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Sunday May 28th


UNC hopes to maintain faculty retention

As the University braces for budget cuts to the UNC system, officials are anticipating the departure of some faculty for more lucrative employment options. While UNC is not the only university facing budget pressures, University officials say many private institutions are not dealing with the same constraints.

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences recognizes Hall

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall has been elected as a fellow in prestigious national honor society the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Hall is a historian of Southern women’s studies and is the founding director of the Southern Oral History Program in the Center for the Study of the American South. She has led the program for 37 years, during which it has recorded about 4,300 first-hand accounts of history.

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Ceremony honors faculty, teaching assistants and staff

Ceremony honors faculty, teaching assistants and staff UNC students honored three faculty members, six teaching assistants and one staff member at the Chancellor’s Awards Ceremony April 12. The recipients were chosen by a student selection committee for teaching excellence and service to undergraduate students, and the awards were presented by outgoing Student Body President Hogan Medlin. Faculty members Alain J.

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