Faculty invited to University Day processional on October 11

September 7, 2016

All members of the University community are invited to attend the annual celebration commemorating the laying of the cornerstone of Old East and the official founding of the University. This year, University Day will be celebrated on Tuesday, October 11, … Continued

Nominations open for faculty awards

August 29, 2016

Dear faculty colleagues, We write on behalf of your elected faculty Committee on Honorary Degrees and Special Awards to ask you to help us identify nominees for the five major awards for which the faculty selects recipients.  These awards are … Continued

Committee on Collegiate Sports and UNC forum to be held September 14

August 22, 2016

Open Forum: How can we help student-athletes who seek more time for academics and student life? Wednesday, September 14 6:30-8:00 p.m., Pleasants Family Room, Wilson Library A panel of coaches, athletes, recently graduated athletes, teachers, athletics support counselors , and the UNC … Continued

Q & A with new Secretary of the Faculty Vin Steponaitis

August 10, 2016

Secretary of the Faculty Vin Steponaitis began his term on July 1, after the previous Secretary Joe Ferrell had occupied the office for 20 years. With the recent departure of Dr. Anne Whisnant, former deputy secretary of the faculty, Steponaitis … Continued

2016-17 Faculty Council meeting dates posted

July 29, 2016

The General Faculty and Faculty Council meeting schedule is now online here. This webpage will be populated with links to agendas, meeting materials and minutes when they become available. Please bookmark the link and check back for more information. Please note … Continued

Steponaitis elected Secretary of the Faculty

May 13, 2016

Prof. Vin Steponaitis, professor of anthropology, Director of the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, and chair of the curriculum in archaeology, will become Secretary of the Faculty as of July 1, 2016. He will succeed longtime Secretary Joe Ferrell, who is retiring … Continued