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    Spotlight on Mental Health

    The UNC Psychology and Neuroscience Community Clinic provides high quality affordable mental health services to the campus and community, as well as telehealth services for rural and underserved populations in North Carolina. The Clinic also trains clinical psychology graduate students in state-of-the-art, evidenced-based assessment and treatment, and supports clinical research that advances the practice of psychology. It is our mission to publish research, share resources, and serve as consultants locally and nationally.

    Make a gift today to support the UNC Psychology and Neuroscience Community Clinic.

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    UNC Bands
    Rob Chadwick ’95, Heather H. Harrison ’05, Dorothee Blum ’73, Doug and Gail Sprecher, and an anonymous donor will give a collective $5,500 to the UNC Bands Alumni Association Fund if 350 donors make a gift.

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    $50 for Each Donor up to 75 Donors

    UNC Institute of Marine Sciences
    The Carlyle Adams Foundation will give $50 for every gift to the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences (IMS) up to 75 donors. With your help, we can unlock up to $3,750 in additional funds in support of IMS!

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    Arts & Sciences Fund
    Thanks to members of the Arts & Sciences Foundation board, every gift made to the Arts & Sciences Fund will be matched, up to $50,000.

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    $50,000 for 35 Donors

    Terry Ellen Rhodes Southern Futures
    $50,000 for 35 Donors to the Terry Ellen Rhodes Southern Futures Fund. Tom Kenan ’59, Sandra ’98 and Spencer Deering ’97 and the Charlesmead Foundation, and an anonymous donor will give a collective $50,000 to the Terry Ellen Rhodes Southern Futures Fund, in honor of her retirement after 35 years of service to Carolina, if 35 donors make a gift to that fund.

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    $50,000 for 35 Donors

    Terry Ellen Rhodes Music Scholarship
    $50,000 for 35 Donors to the Terry Ellen Rhodes Music Scholarship Fund. Be one of 35 donors to the Terry Ellen Rhodes Music Scholarship Fund to unlock a $50,000 gift from Dean Terry Rhodes as she retires after 35 years of service to Carolina.

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    $55,000 for 55 Donors

    Department of History
    In support of graduate students in the Department of History, Mark Clein ’81 will give $50,000 and Drs. Kay and John DuVal will give an additional $5,000, for a combined total of $55,000, once 55 donors make a gift of any size to the Department of History on GiveUNC.

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    $2,500 for 10 Donors

    Center for European Studies
    A generous donor is challenging alumni, donors, parents, and friends of UNC to support the Center for European Studies on GiveUNC! Gifts to the Center help Contemporary European Studies majors and Transatlantic Masters Program students to study and conduct research in Europe. 10 gifts will unlock $2,500.

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    $50,000 for 50 Donors

    Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship
    W. Michael Hyatt ’02 and Caitlin M. Hyatt have committed $50,000 in support of the Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship. This gift will be unlocked once 50 gifts are made to the Friends of the Shuford Program Fund.

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    Writing and Learning Center
    A generous Writing and Learning Center board member and family member have pledged $35,000 to support the Center if 35 donors make gifts of any size to the Friends of the Writing and Learning Center fund on GiveUNC.

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    $25,000 for 25 Donors

    Department of Chemistry
    Honoring the Department of Chemistry’s first Black faculty member, Robert Williams ’75 will give $25,000 if 25 donors make a gift to the newly established Slayton Evans Diversity Enhancement Fund.

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    Institute for the Arts and Humanities
    Be one of 20 donors to unlock a $200,000 challenge match from an anonymous donor to the Institute for the Arts and Humanities. Gifts to the IAH help support its mission to empower faculty to achieve their full potential by creating community and cultivating leadership.

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    Honors Carolina
    Honors Carolina Advisory Board Co-Chair Brian Golson and Alisa Golson are challenging alumni, parents, and friends of UNC to support Honors Carolina on GiveUNC! If Honors Carolina raises $25,000 on GiveUNC, Brian and Alisa will give $100,000 to support Honors Carolina Scholarships. Gifts to Honors Carolina help fulfill the promise made to every student: Come Here. Go Anywhere.

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    Carolina Public Humanities
    30 gifts to the Fund for Carolina Public Humanities, which provides crucial unrestricted support for all of our programs, will unlock a $30,000 gift to the Fund from an anonymous donor. Your gift helps connect UNC faculty with people far beyond the University and strengthen the Public Humanities throughout North Carolina

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    Carolina Public Humanities
    20 gifts to the Lloyd Kramer Endowed Fund for Faculty Support will unlock a $20,000 gift from an anonymous donor. Named for beloved long-time Carolina Public Humanities director Lloyd Kramer, this fund provides stipends for the Carolina faculty who are the backbone of every CPH event, sharing their knowledge of the humanities through our seminars, K-12 teacher workshops, and state outreach and community college program.

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    Department of Classics
    10 gifts to the Department of Classics will unlock a $10,000 gift from Amanda and Mal Watlington.

    “Understanding the stories behind human progress, emotions and values is key to effective listening, empathy and leadership. So much of what we see today, can be better understood through the lens of the past. Through history, stories and myths, the currency of Classics, we can see in advance ‘how it turned out the last time we went this way,’ and hopefully make better decisions. This is why we feel that the study of Classics is still just as relevant as it was generations ago and feel compelled to support the teaching and learning of Classics in the 21st century.”

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    Department of English & Comparative Literature
    Be one of 30 donors to unlock a $30,000 challenge match from Ryan and Carshae Dahl to the Department of English & Comparative Literature.

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    $5,000 for 10 Donors

    Department of Romance Studies
    Kimberly Kyser will give $5,000 to support the Department of Romance Studies when 10 donors make a gift to the department.

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    Program for Public Discourse
    Sandra ’98 and Spencer Deering ’97 and the Charlesmead Foundation will give $20,000 once we receive 20 gifts to the Program for Public Discourse today.

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    UNC Bluegrass Initiative
    Be one of 40 donors to unlock a $20,000 challenge match from two anonymous supporters of the UNC Bluegrass Initiative.

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    Think. Communicate. Collaborate. Create….for meaningful lives.

    As the largest unit on campus, the College of Arts & Sciences forms the academic core of the Carolina experience. Our mission is to create knowledge and discover innovative solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, to educate outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, and to encourage faculty, staff and students to contribute meaningfully to North Carolina, the nation and the world.

    College faculty have been recognized for their outstanding research, teaching and engagement in the fine arts and humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics.

    The College is home to more than 16,000 undergraduate students, including all of the University’s first-year and second-year students, and more than 75 percent of junior and senior majors. More than 2,500 graduate students study and teach in the College, the largest group of graduate students on campus. The College works to bring the best minds together to reimagine the arts and sciences for the public good.  An investment in the College is an investment in a better future for all.

     

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