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Working for Teachers – Christoph Stutts

April 22, 2020

McColl Dissertation Fellow Christoph Stutts Makes a Difference in Classrooms Racism and white supremacy are not easy conversations in any venue, but UNC Teacher Education and Curriculum doctoral candidate Christoph Stutts believes they are necessary topics in public schools. Stutts, … Continued

The Frances Ferris Hall Fund for Undergraduate Research

March 13, 2020

The Frances Ferris Hall Fund supports research by UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduates on women in the American South. Awards of $3000 will be made each spring for use in the subsequent fiscal year. Eligibility: The award will support research by undergraduates … Continued

Applications Open for Grants & Fellowships for UNC-CH Students

January 30, 2019

Supporting rigorous scholarship is a core tenet of CSAS’s mission. Every year, the Center awards grants and fellowships to UNC-Chapel Hill students and faculty from a range of disciplines who are conducting timely, compelling research on the American South. To … Continued

Education & Resegregation Town Hall, Thurs, April 19 at 7:00 pm

April 18, 2018

Can’t attend in person? Follow along with our Livestream: https://livestream.com/accounts/10268920/AmericanSouth and Tweet us your questions @UNCSouth with the hashtag #SeparateIsUnequal. How much racial progress has been made in America since 1955, when the U.S. Supreme Court ordered all 50 states … Continued