Shawn Tebben

Shawn Tebben is the inaugural Allen McConnell Endowed Chair in Accounting for the Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business and will join the Accounting faculty this fall. Her 10-year life goal to teach college realized, Tebben kicks off her time at UNC with gratitude to professor Allen McConnell and UNC’s generous donors to the Allen McConnell Endowed Chair. [READ FULL POST]

Campaign for UNC

With the Campaign for UNC in full swing, momentum is building in support of student success and other university priorities. Thank you to the generous donors who made contributions during the 2016-2017 year. [READ FULL POST]

Appreciation Week

UNC is one of those places that carries a special place in your heart. And so often our fondest memories are tied to a person – a friend, a favorite professor, or beloved team coach. It’s these uncommon bonds that help us manage the up’s and down’s of college and ultimately succeed at UNC. Recognize and honor those who made your UNC experience special during Appreciation Week April 10-14, 2017. [READ FULL POST]

Campaign kick-off Honored Alumni Award

The Campaign for UNC kicked off with fun and flare during the 2017 Honored Alumni Celebration on March 25, 2017. The $45 million campaign will raise funds for Campus Commons, scholarships, faculty development, research and programs. [READ FULL POST]

Construction update

Campus Commons construction is underway thanks in large part to the generous donors who support the vision of improved student success, community connections and a new showcase for UNC arts. UNC Student Advancement Ambassador Jenny gives a quick behind the fence update for March construction. [READ FULL POST]

Max Richards

Love for the game of tennis and the theatre, coupled with a desire to make a difference, led heart surgeon Dr. Ken Richards and wife Beth Richards to establish student scholarships funding their passions. [READ FULL POST]

Wayne Webster

Vice President Wayne Webster encourages alumni and donors to join UNC for two special events this semester because our community's involvement matters. [READ FULL POST]