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Faculty to vote on amendments to The Faculty Code

January 30, 2024

Members of the voting faculty are asked to vote on resolutions to amend The Faculty Code of University Government, our university’s foundational document for faculty governance. Amendments to The Faculty Code require two votes: one by the Faculty Council, and … Read more

Call for Nominations for Honorary Degrees

December 18, 2023

Dear Colleagues, As chair of the Honorary Degrees and Special Awards Committee, I am writing to request your nominations for UNC-Chapel Hill honorary degrees to be awarded in 2025 or later. Faculty members are entrusted with the conferral of degrees, … Read more

Dec. 1 faculty meeting has been canceled

November 30, 2023

Please note that the Joint Meeting of the General Faculty and Faculty Council scheduled for Friday, Dec. 1 has been canceled. For more information, please see the following message from the chair and secretary of the faculty. Dear colleagues,   We … Read more

Support for Chancellor Guskiewicz

November 27, 2023

Chair of the Faculty Beth Moracco sent the following letter of support on behalf of the faculty to Chancellor Guskiewicz earlier today. November 27, 2023 Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz South Building, Suite 103 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dear … Read more

Winter Commencement 2023

November 20, 2023

Please join us at the Winter Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, December 17, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. in the Dean E. Smith Center. You must notify Stacey Warner (962-2821 or by December 11 to let her know that you will attend. Faculty … Read more

Deadline for faculty-nominated awards extended to November 7

October 24, 2023

The nomination deadline for the Edward Kidder Graham Faculty Service Award and Distinguished Alumna and Alumnus Awards has been extended to Tuesday, November 7, 2023. The Honorary Degrees and Special Awards committee is currently accepting nominations for the following two … Read more

Message from Chair of the Faculty Beth Moracco

August 29, 2023

Dear Faculty Colleagues, The beginning of fall semester is normally a busy but happy time of settling into a new academic year and getting to know new groups of eager and enthusiastic students. This year, the second week of classes brought collective trauma to our campus community, when our friend and colleague Prof. Zijie Yan was killed as the result of an act of violence that prompted an hours-long lockdown on our … Read more