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DEADLINE: 11/02/2018 - Are you an untenured assistant or associate professor looking for support for a research or scholarly project? Each year, the Provost’s Office hosts a competition for $10,000 Junior Faculty Development Awards with funds provided by IBM and R. J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. These awards are to be expended during the period beginning January 1, 2019, and ending December 31, 2019.
DEADLINE: 11/16/2018 - The Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professorship promotes inter-institutional collaboration and the enhancement of intellectual life at both UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University by strengthening established or encouraging new collaborations.
DEADLINE: 11/26/2018 - Proposals dealing with creative activity and study by artists, musicians, and writers will be considered together with proposals for scholarly research. These leaves will pay a full base salary for one semester up to a maximum amount of $60,000, or one-half of the base salary for the full academic year, up to a maximum amount of $60,000.
Applications accepted year-round - The Provost's Committee on LGBTQ Life offers financial support for speakers, colloquia, performances, and other professional activities and innovative programs.
Each year, the University recognizes faculty, staff and students for outstanding teaching.
These various professorships recognize exceptional faculty members with records of scholarly and educational distinction.
This professorship seeks to fund proposals that allow UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University to work together to extend their capacity in specific areas.
These competitive leaves are offered each fall to junior and senior faculty.
This award honors faculty whose proposals best embody the humanities and/or social sciences methods or approaches that directly and positively impact constituencies outside the University.
The PASAF supports projects and activities that provide quality performing arts that enhance the creative and cultural environment of our University community and have significant impact on life and learning at UNC.
The University Committee on Teaching Awards encourages students to nominate deserving faculty and graduate teaching assistants for the awards.
Seven faculty members have been selected for distinguished professorships for 2017.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine declared Carolina the leader in higher education based on quality of education and affordability