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Join the 2017 Chair of the Faculty Candidates Leslie Parise and Lloyd Kramer for a meet and greet in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room at Wilson Library. The morning breakfast reception will take place on March 29, 2017, at 9:30 a.m. Coffee and pastries will be served.

More information about the candidates:

Lloyd Kramer is a professor of history and director of Carolina Public Humanities. He is a former chair of the History Department. He currently serves on the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee and has previously served on the UNC-system Faculty Assembly (2008-14), the Committee on Honorary Degrees and Special Awards (2010-13), the Committee on Fixed-Term Faculty (2011-12), the Faculty Executive Committee (2003-08), the Faculty Council (2003-08 ex officio, 2010-14), the Faculty Athletics Committee (2003-07), the Educational Policy Committee (2001-02), and the Faculty Welfare Committee (1998-99), in addition to numerous other internal search and review committees. His teaching and other academic work focuses on European history, transnational cultural exchanges, the history of nationalism, and the evolving role of the Humanities in modern education. 

Leslie Parise is professor and chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics in the School of Medicine and a member of the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and the McAllister Heart Institute. She is currently serving on the Faculty Executive Committee (2011-present), the Faculty Council (2011-present, ex officio), the Financial Exigency and Program Change Committee (2011-18) and the Advisory Committee for the Chancellor’s Science STEM Scholar’s Program (2013-present). She served on the vice-chancellor’s Industry Funding Model Task Force (2012-13), the Hettleman Prize Committee (2008-10) and co-chaired of the Quality Enhancement Plan Committee for Undergraduate Education (2014-16). She has also served on numerous advisory and review committees within the School of Medicine.  Her research and teaching focus on the molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

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