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Roadmap for Racial Equity at UNC Chapel Hill
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Black Faculty, Faculty of Color,* and Indigenous Faculty Roadmap for Racial Equity at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

June 22, 2020

Preamble

In light of ongoing challenges with regard to racial equity and institutional racism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the undersigned faculty have developed this roadmap for racial equity to guide future decision and policy-making at the University. Though this document focuses on faculty concerns, we are in solidarity with all Carolina workers seeking a more equitable and inclusive workplace. We want to acknowledge the precariousness of the many employees that are vulnerable and unable to speak out.

As the oldest public university in the nation, UNC-Chapel Hill has a deeply-rooted history of participation in racially discriminatory practices, including the occupation of native lands, enslavement, and racial segregation, that have led to systemic and institutionalized racial privileges for some and inequities for others.  We believe now is the time for decisive and swift action to change the culture and policies of the University. We invite the University leadership and our faculty colleagues to stand and work with us to make UNC-Chapel Hill a more equitable and inclusive campus, where all can succeed and thrive.

In order to achieve racial equity for Black faculty, faculty of color, and Indigenous faculty, we call for sustained action in the following areas over the next three years, with immediate action whenever possible:

A Three Year Plan: Beginnings

1.  Take decisive action to rename campus buildings in an inclusive process that centers the voices of diverse students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members.

2.  Establish faculty advisory groups on racial equity, community, and belonging by the Chancellor and Provost that will meet with senior leadership on a monthly basis.

3.  Hold an annual UNC Board of Trustees meeting with Black faculty, faculty of color, and Indigenous faculty.

Leadership Reflects Community

4.  Address the lack of diverse administrators at top levels of the University, including Vice Chancellors, Vice Provosts, Deans, Associate Deans, and Department Chairs, in order to change the racial/ethnic composition of University leadership by at least 10% over the next three years.  Currently, approximately 86% of UNC’s leadership is white, while 64% of UNC students are white and 36% are minorities/students of color.  The current leadership of the University does not reflect the demographics of the state of North Carolina (which is 22% African American, 9.1% Latinx, 2.8% Asian, and 1.6% Native American) or UNC’s undergraduate student population, nor does it reflect the changing demographics of our country.

  1. Provide robust funding to support the professional and leadership development of diverse faculty through a new program within the senior administration that focuses on racial equity and inclusion in leadership.
  2. Institute policies to ensure that all administrative positions involve searches, rather than ad-hoc appointments.  Interim administrative appointments should include a search before a permanent appointment is made.  All administrative searches should follow established best practices.
  3. Create set terms and term limits for positions such as department chair and senior associate dean to ensure that historically underrepresented faculty have access to leadership positions.

Reimagine Our Faculty

5.       Take bold and sustained steps to diversify the faculty across the University.

  1. Create 30 new tenure-track faculty appointments across UNC’s campus, with at least 10 in the College of Arts and Sciences that focus on racial equity and social justice that will bring in new Black faculty, including as distinguished professors.
  2. Evaluate and revamp the process for selecting distinguished professors across the University to ensure racial equity.  
  3. Establish a plan to move forward with hiring two faculty who focus on slavery in the U.S. South, particularly in North Carolina, within the College of Arts and Sciences.
  4. Create cluster hiring programs within the College of Arts and Sciences and across schools focusing on (1) Black families and communities;  (2) Health, Wellness, and Health Equity in Black, Indigenous, and other Communities of Color; and (3) Civil and Human Rights.  These hires should be interdisciplinary and have a focus on how race intersects with gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, and other forms of difference and inequality.
  5. Substantially increase funding for the Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity such that 15 to 20 postdocs can be brought to campus every year.

University Climate Change

6.       Strengthen and provide robust funding and staffing for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts within the central administration.

  1. Reinitiate the national search for a Chief Diversity Officer with a respected executive search firm that specializes in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion searches.  
  2. Restore funding and staffing for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to at least the 2015-16 levels.
  3. Create two annual faculty fellowships within the Office of Diversity and Inclusion that focus on equity and inclusion projects.
  4. Provide funding for the University Diversity Award commensurate with similar awards on campus.

7.       Implement faculty search policies to address racial bias and ensure racial equity across all schools.  These policies should incorporate best practices, such as in-person racial bias training, the use of rubrics, the use of diversity statements, and the creation of a Search Advocate Program.

8.   Launch a faculty racial climate study during 2020-21.  This was put on hold several years ago.

Change the Playing Field

9.   Hire an outside firm to evaluate the state of faculty, student, and staff diversity and existing diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts on the campus.  The report could be used to inform the search for a new Chief Diversity Officer. Then, taking these results seriously, create and implement a robust racial equity training program for administrators, faculty, and staff.

10.  Hire two full-time counseling and wellness staff members to focus on wellness and mental health support for faculty and staff who are Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and from other historically underrepresented groups.

11.   Put accountability mechanisms into place to ensure that departments and schools/the College of Arts and Sciences are actively working to promote racial equity and welcoming racial climates for all faculty.

a.   Create reporting mechanisms for Black faculty, Latinx, faculty of color, and Indigenous faculty who are experiencing hostile environments in their departments or schools.

b.   Include the promotion of racial equity and a welcoming racial climate as criteria for the appointment and reappointment of chairs, senior associate deans, and deans.

c.   Create and support associate deanships for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the College of Arts and Sciences and professional schools.

d.  Hire an outside firm to conduct a salary equity study for the University for all fixed-term, teaching, and tenure track faculty.  This study should examine issues of salary equity for faculty from historically underrepresented groups and women faculty.  Develop a three-year plan to address salary inequities.

  1. Revise the faculty codes of governance so that  a commitment to racial equity is reflected in the University’s most current governance documents,

f.   Undertake a campus-wide revision of curricula and pedagogies aimed at eradicating anti-black racism and white supremacy.  This must be done across the University, including in science departments, as well as in the Medical School, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Law School, School of Pharmacy, School of Education, Social of Social Work, and other professional schools.

Compensation and Data Collection

12.   Recognize and reward the invisible labor done by Black faculty, faculty of color and Indigenous faculty.  Provide course releases and monetary compensation to reward this labor.

13.   Provide accessible data on the number of faculty of color and Indigenous faculty at UNC. In addition, provide data disaggregated to show numbers of faculty from historically underrepresented groups (i.e. U.S.-born Blacks, Puerto Ricans, Mexican Americans, and American Indians), as well as Asian-American faculty.

This document expands upon concerns raised by faculty of color in the College of Arts and Sciences in a memo sent to Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz in April 2019.

*In this document, the term faculty of color includes self-identifying members of the Latinx and Asian-American communities, as well as other People of Color.

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Signatories (Black Faculty, Indigenous Faculty, and Faculty of Color):

  1. Tanya Shields, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  2. Lyneise Williams, Associate Professor, Art and Art History
  3. Kia Caldwell, Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  4. Sharon P. Holland, Townsend Ludington Distinguished Professor of American Studies
  5. David Garcia, Professor, Department of Music
  6. Emil’ Keme (K’iche’ Maya Nation), Associate Professor, Romance Studies  
  7. Todd Ramón Ochoa, Associate Professor, Religious Studies
  8. Michelle Robinson, Associate Professor, American Studies
  9. María DeGuzmán, Eugene H. Falk Distinguished Professor of English & Comparative Literature, and Director of The UNC Latina/o Studies Program
  10. Malinda Maynor Lowery (Lumbee), Professor of History and Director, Center for the Study of the American South
  11. Karolyn Tyson, Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Professor of Sociology
  12. Kumi Silva, Associate Professor, Communication
  13. Shauna M. Cooper, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  14. Ronald Williams, Assistant Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  15. Rebecka Rutledge Fisher, Associate Professor, English and Comparative Literature
  16. Petal Samuel, Assistant Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  17. Mai Thi Nguyen, Associate Professor, City & Regional Planning
  18. Valerie Lambert (Choctaw Nation), Associate Professor, Anthropology
  19. Heidi Kim, Associate Professor, English and Comparative Literature
  20. William Sturkey, Assistant Professor, History
  21. Meta DuEwa Jones, Associate Professor, English and Comparative Literature
  22. Sherick Hughes, Professor, Education
  23. Maya Berry, Assistant Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  24. Miguel La Serna, Associate Professor, History
  25. Deborah Stroman, Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Health Behavior
  26. Michele Berger, Associate Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies
  27. Erika K. Wilson, Associate Professor of Law, Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy
  28. Ariana Vigil, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  29. Michael A. Figueroa, Assistant Professor, Music
  30. Nadia Yaqub, Professor, Asian Studies
  31. Karla Slocum, Professor and Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy, Anthropology
  32. Anna Agbe-Davies, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  33. Renee Alexander Craft, Associate Professor, Communication
  34. Khalilah R. Johnson, Assistant Professor, Department of Allied Health Sciences,   School of Medicine
  35. Trevy A. McDonald, Associate Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Journalism, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  36. Cris Negron, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics
  37. Amelia Gibson, Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  38. Banu Gökarıksel, Professor of Geography and Global Studies, The Caroline H. and Thomas S. Royster Distinguished Professor for Graduate Education, The Graduate School
  39. Louis A. Pérez, Jr., J. Carlyle Sitterson Professor, History
  40. Taylor W. Hargrove, Assistant Professor, Sociology
  41. Sheila Kannappan, Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
  42. Ji-Yeon O. Jo, Associate Professor, Asian Studies
  43. Lien Truong, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
  44. Michelle King, Associate Professor, History
  45. Jocelyn Chua, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  46. Juan Carlos González Espitia, Associate Professor. Romance Studies
  47. Lisa Villamil (Cherokee) Assistant Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  48. Afroz Taj, Associate Professor of South Asian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Department of Asian Studies
  49. Michael Lambert, Associate Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  50. Adriana S. Beltran, Assistant Professor, Pharmacology, School of Medicine
  51. Patricia Parker, Associate Professor, Communication
  52. Deb Aikat, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  53. Jacqueline Lawton, Assistant Professor, Dramatic Art
  54. Claudia Yaghoobi, Assistant Professor, Asian Studies
  55. Rosa Perelmuter, Professor, Romance Studies
  56. Kathy Perkins, Professor Emerita, Dramatic Art
  57. Kimberly Truesdale, Associate Professor, Nutrition
  58. Roxana Perez-Mendez, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
  59. Mukhtar Adem Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
  60. Mario Marzan, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
  61. Gabriela Valdivia, Professor, Department of Geography
  62. Stephanie Elizondo Griest, Associate Professor, Department of English & Comp Lit
  63. Christopher Clark, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  64. Viji Sathy, Teaching Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  65. Brian Hsu, Assistant Professor, Linguistics
  66. Patrícia H. Fuentes Lima, Teaching Assistant Professor, ROMS, Portuguese
  67. Rahsaan Maxwell, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  68. Groesbeck P. Parham, Global Women’s Health & Gynecologic Oncology, School of Medicine
  69. Anissa I. Vines, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology
  70. Dana Rice, Assistant Professor, Public Health Leadership Program
  71. Benny L. Joyner, Jr., Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
  72. Genna Rae McNeil, Professor, Department of History
  73. Yaiza Canzani,  Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics
  74. Constance Lindsay, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, School of Education
  75. Oscar Gonzalez, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  76. Dana Griffin, Associate Professor, School of Education
  77. Michelle Haskin, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences
  78. Esther O. Ohito, Assistant Professor, School of Education
  79. David Mora-Marín, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics
  80. Terence Oliver, Reese Felts Distinguished Professor, Hussman School of Media and Journalism
  81. Michelle Itano, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology and Physiology
  82. Candace Epps-Robertson, Assistant Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  83. J. Michael Terry, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics
  84. Maria Leonora Comello, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  85. Kathryn Hunter-Williams, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Dramatic Art
  86. Rachel Goode, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
  87. Samba Camara, Teaching Assistant Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  88. Cassandra R. Davis, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Public Policy
  89. Livis Freeman, Assistant Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  90. Danielle Spurlock, Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning
  91. Kathryn Shanley, Native American Studies
  92. Antonia Randolph, Assistant Professor, American Studies
  93. China Medel, Assistant Professor, Communication
  94. Jacob Lau, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  95. Keisha Gibson, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine and Pediatrics
  96. Bradley Dickerson, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology
  97. Carla Merino-Rajme, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
  98. Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay, Professor of the Practice, Art & Art History
  99. Diana M. Cejas, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, School of Medicine
  100. Trenette Clark Goings, Associate Professor, School of Social Work
  101. Meenu Tewari, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning
  102. Keith Richotte, Jr., Associate Professor, American Studies
  103. Hồng-Ân Trương, Associate Professor, Art & Art History
  104. Suzanne Lye, Assistant Professor, Classics
  105. Erika Serrato, Assistant Professor, Department of Romance Studies
  106. Isaac Unah, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  107. Brendan Jamal Thornton, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies
  108. Ben Frey, Assistant Professor, American Studies
  109. Von Diaz, Adjunct Professor, American Studies
  110. Marijel Melo, Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  111. Damaris Lorenzo, Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology
  112. Paola Giusti Rodríguez, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics
  113. Folami Ideraabdullah, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics
  114. Ayana Younge, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Kenan-Flagler Business School
  115. Oswaldo Estrada, Professor, Department of Romance Studies
  116. Elizabeth A. Adams, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  117. Donald Pathman, Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  118. Youssef Carter, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies
  119. Trevor A. Jolly, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
  120. Laurel A. Files, Professor Emeritus, Department of Health Policy and Management, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  121. Monica M. Gaudier-Diaz, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  122. Adam Goldstein, Professor, UNC Family Medicine
  123. Sayamindu Dasgupta, Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  124. Rita Tamayo, Associate Professor, Microbiology and Immunology
  125. Chantel Martin, Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology
  126. Patsy Polston, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Behavior
  127. Terence McIntosh, Associate Professor, Department of History
  128. Kenya McNeal-Trice, Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine
  129. Kimberley R. Nichols, Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
  130. Keia Sanderson, Assistant Professor, Medicine-Nephrology
  131. Anna Bardone-Cone, Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience
  132. William Vizuete, Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  133. Keriayn Smith, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics
  134. Javier A. Arce-Nazario, Associate Professor, Department of Geography
  135. Derrick D. Matthews, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Behavior
  136. Samuel Ray Gates, Assistant Professor, Department of Dramatic Art
  137. Mark E. Henry, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
  138. Benjamin Haithcock, Professor, Department of Surgery
  139. Sandra Soto, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
  140. Michael Canute Lambert, Professor, School of Social Work
  141. Carmen Gutierrez, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Policy
  142. Kennita Johnson, Research Assistant Professor, UNC-NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering

143.         Anita Brown-Graham, Professor of Public Law and Government, School of Government

144.         Shannelle Campbell, Assistant Professor, Surgery

145.         Eunice Sahle, Associate Professor of African, African American, and Diaspora

Studies, and Curriculum in Global Studies

Individual Supporters:

  1. Betsy Olson, Professor and Chair, Geography
  2. Sara Smith, Associate Professor, Geography
  3. Annette Rodriguez, Postdoctoral Scholar, American Studies
  4. Jacob Lau, Postdoctoral Scholar, Women’s and Gender Studies
  5. Karen M. Booth, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  6. Jay M. Smith, Professor, History
  7. Michael Palm, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Dept. of  Communication
  8. Morgan Pitelka, Professor and Chair, Department of Asian Studies
  9. Sherryl Kleinman, Emerita Professor of Sociology
  10. Sabine Gruffat, Associate Professor, Art and Art History.
  11. Trude Bennett, Associate Professor Emerita,  Maternal and Child Health
  12. Elyse Crystall, Teaching Associate Professor, English & Comparative Literature
  13. Elin O’Hara Slavick, Professor, Art and Art History
  14. Gesche Würfel, Teaching Assistant Professor, Art and Art History
  15. Jennifer Larson, Teaching Associate Professor, English & Comparative Literature
  16. Catherine Zimmer, Adjunct Professor, Sociology
  17. Jon Lepofsky, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Geography
  18. Daniel J. Sherman, Lineberger Distinguished Professor, Art History and History
  19. Lauren Leve, Associate Professor, Religious Studies
  20. Jan Chambers, Professor, Dramatic Art
  21. Glenn Hinson, Associate Professor, Anthropology and AmericanStudies
  22. Mary Floyd-Wilson, Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  23. Neal Caren, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
  24. Megan Stanley, UNC Alumna, UNC 2016 & UNC School of Social Work 2020
  25. Michal Osterweil, Teaching Associate Professor, Curriculum in Global Studies.
  26. Jordynn Jack, Professor, Department of English and Comparative LIterature
  27. Hans Christianson, Associate Professor and Diversity Liaison, Department of Mathematics
  28. Kira Jones, Graduate Student Services Manager, Department of Sociology
  29. Khalil LeSaldo, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dramatic Art
  30. Triffin Morris, Department of Dramatic Art
  31. Robin Visser, Associate Professor, Department of Asian Studies
  32. Robert A. Hummer, Howard W. Odum Distinguished Professor, Department of Sociology
  33. Jessica Boon, Associate Professor, Religious Studies
  34. Savion Johnson, UNC School of Medicine Alumnus
  35. Elyce Williams, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  36. Jeremy L. Marzuola, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
  37. Barbara Entwisle, Kenan Distinguished Professor, Department of Sociology
  38. Sarah Boyd, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of English & Comparative Literature
  39. Wesley Hamilton, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  40. Kenneth (Andy) Andrews, Matthew Mason Distinguished Professor, Sociology
  41. Jessica Su, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
  42. Louise McReynolds, Cary C. Boshamer Distinguished Professor, Department of History
  43. Don Nonini, Professor, Department of Anthropology
  44. Austin Ferguson, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Mathematics
  45. Kate Weisshaar, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
  46. Maija Leff, Adjunct Instructor, Department of Health Behavior
  47. Bradley Hicks, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  48. Olivia Chandrasekhar, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  49. Laney Bowden, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  50. Sharon L. James, Professor, Department of Classics
  51. Brittany Shepherd, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  52. Andrew Adair, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  53. Beth Grabowski, Kappa Kappa Gamma Distinguished Professor, Department of Art & Art History
  54. Sarah Bloesch, Teaching Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  55. Rick Warner, Associate Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  56. Linda Green, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
  57. Saad Qadeer, Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Mathematics
  58. Andrew Ford, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  59. Franklin T. Rea, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  60. David E. V. Rose, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics
  61. Anna Coletti, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  62. Amarjit Budhiraja, Professor, Department of Statistics and Operations Research.
  63. Sidney Hayes, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  64. Reed Hubbard, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  65. Carson Mosso, Graduate Student, Department of Statistics and Operations Research
  66. Idris Assani, Professor, Department of Mathematics
  67. Collin Kofroth, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  68. Charles Kurzman, Professor of Sociology
  69. Cyrus Sinai, Graduate Student, Department of Geography
  70. Marcie Cohen Ferris, Professor Emeritus, American Studies; Faculty Editor, Southern    Cultures
  71. William Ferris, Joel R. Williamson Eminent Professor of History Emeritus
  72. Tyree Daye, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  73. Logan Tatham, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  74. Effua E. Sosoo, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  75. Ana Vinea, Assistant Professor, Asian Studies Department
  76. Chad Heartwood, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  77. Shrawan Kumar, Professor, Department of Mathematics
  78. Lois Boynton, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  79. Alex Jose Ramirez, Graduate Student, School of Education
  80. Elizabeth Havice, Associate Professor, Geography
  81. Pamela Lothspeich, Associate Professor, Asian Studies
  82. Morgan Souza, Graduate Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  83. Al Duncan, Assistant Professor, Classics
  84. Zarett Ramirez, Graduate Student, School of Education
  85. Gabrielle Berlinger, Assistant Professor, American Studies
  86. Sarah Dempsey, Associate Professor, Communication
  87. Inés Martínez Echagüe, Graduate Student, Sociology Department
  88. Daniel Kreiss, Edgar Thomas Cato Distinguished Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  89. Maddie Brown, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  90. Lara Lookabaugh, Graduate Student, Geography Department
  91. Natasza Gawlick, Graduate Student, German Studies Department
  92. Mark Katz, Professor of Music
  93. Erica Janko, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  94. Angela Stuesse, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Global Studies
  95. Austin H. Vo, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  96. Janet Downie, Associate Professor, Department of Classics
  97. Tania Cabello-Hutt, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  98. Victoria Smith Ekstrand, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  99. Thomas Linden, Glaxo Wellcome Distinguished Professor of Medical Journalism, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  100. Martha E. Ruiz García, Teaching Associate Professor, Romance Studies Department
  101. Barbara Friedman, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  102. Minoo Emamialagha, Grad Teaching fellow, College of Art & Art History
  103. Katelyn M. Campbell, Ph.D. Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of American Studies
  104. Manish Goyal, Ph.D. student at Department of Computer Science
  105. Margaret Maurer, Graduate Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  106. Irene Newman,Graduate Student, Department of American Studies
  107. Sue Goodman, Professor Emerita, Department of Mathematics
  108. James J. O’Hara, George L. Paddison Professor of Latin
  109. Amanda Reid, Assistant Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  110. Mark Driscoll, Associate Professor, Departments of Asian and Global Studies
  111. Robert V. Janssens, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  112. Lisa D. Pearce, Professor, Department of Sociology
  113. Rhonda Gibson, Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  114. Joseph Richards, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  115. Daniel Dilliplane, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  116. Andrea Nenque, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  117. María R. Estorino, Associate University Librarian for Special Collections and Director, Wilson Library
  118. Jennifer Weinberg-Wolf, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  119. Mariska Leunissen, Professor, Department of Philosophy
  120. Reed DeAngelis, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  121. Jeannie Loeb, Teaching Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  122. John P. Bowles, Associate Professor, Art and Art History
  123. Krista M. Perreira, Professor of Social Medicine
  124. Susan D. Pennybacker, Distinguished Professor, History
  125. Seth Kotch, Associate Professor, American Studies
  126. Moira Marquis, Postdoc, English and Comparative Literature
  127. Arne Kalleberg, Kenan Distinguished Professor of Sociology
  128. Samuel Baxter, Doctoral Candidate, Health Policy & Management
  129. Andrew J. Perrin, Professor of Sociology, Director of the Institute for the Arts & Humanities
  130. Misha Becker, Professor and Chair, Department of Linguistics
  131. Todd Taylor, Eliason Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literature
  132. Tom Reinert, Associate Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  133. Serenella Iovino, Professor, Department of Romance Studies
  134. Christian C. Lentz, Associate Professor, Department of Geography
  135. Emily Baragwanath, Associate Professor, Department of Classics
  136. Kaitlin Shartle, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  137. Duane Deardorff, Teaching Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
  138. Donna Surge, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences
  139. Tonia Jacobs Deese (Waccamaw-Siouan), Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Alumna 2003 and 2008
  140. Ivan Cherednik, Professor, Mathematics Department
  141. Harry L. Watson, Professor, Department of History
  142. Sierra Roark, Graduate Student, Anthropology
  143. Carol Magee, Chair and Associate Professor, Art & Art History
  144. Stefany Ramos, Graduate Student, Department of Public Policy
  145. Susan Harbage Page, Women’s and Gender Studies
  146. Nina Martin, Associate Professor, Geography
  147. Bryant A. Murphy, Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
  148. Arthur Champagne, Class of 1989 William C. Friday Professor of Physics
  149. Robert G. Babcock, Distinguished Professor of Classics
  150. Lauren V. Jarvis, Assistant Professor, History
  151. Sandra Hughes-Hassell, Professor, School of Information & Library Science
  152. Julia Haslett, Assistant Professor, Communication
  153. Sarah Dempsey, Associate Professor, Communication
  154. Lydia Boyd, Associate Professor, African, African American and Diaspora Studies
  155. Megan Wood, Graduate Student, Communication
  156. Cortland Gilliam, Graduate Student, School of Education
  157. Luke Conners, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  158. Stephanie Willen Brown, Librarian, Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  159. Nicole Else-Quest, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  160. Jason Metcalfe, Professor, Department of Mathematics
  161. Michael Falvo, Professor, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
  162. Alyssa Browne, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  163. Michelle Eirini Padley, Graduate Student, Department of Geography
  164. Michelle Dromgold-Sermen, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  165. Victoria Rovine, Professor, Art and Art History
  166. Keely Muscatell, Assistant Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience
  167. James Rives, Professor, Department of Classics
  168. Ellie Campbell, Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
  169. Stephanie Kaczynski, Graduate Student, Communication
  170. Gwen Schwinke, Assistant Professor, Department of Dramatic Art
  171. Anna Krome-Lukens, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Public Policy
  172. Simon Ghofrani, Graduate Student, School of Medicine
  173. Trey Murphy, Graduate Student, Department of Geography
  174. Sarah Shields, Professor, Department of History
  175. Adams Nager, Graduate Student, Department of Public Policy
  176. Alex Kresovich, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  177. David Pier, Associate Professor, Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
  178. Aubrey Snowden, Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Dramatic Art
  179. Kayla Pope, Undergraduate Student, Public Policy
  180. Silvia Tomaskova, Druscilla French Distinguished Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies
  181. Preeyanka Rao, Undergraduate Student, Department of Public Policy
  182. David Dry (Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma), Graduate Student, Department of History
  183. Sekazi K. Mtingwa, Former Professor and Chair, Department of Physics, North Carolina A&T State University; Principal Partner, TriSEED Consultants, LLC
  184. De’Ivyion Drew, Undergraduate Student, Department of Art and Art History
  185. Aaron Smithers, Special Collections Research & Instruction Librarian, Wilson Library
  186. Burcu Bozkurt, Doctoral student, Department of Health Policy & Management
  187. Abhishek Shankar, Undergraduate Student, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  188. Anne Wells, Special Collections Audiovisual Archivist, Wilson Library
  189. Joseph Megel, Performance Studie, Department of Communication
  190. S. Elizabeth Needham, Graduate Student, Department of Classics
  191. Courtney Canter, Department of Anthropology PhD student and UNC School of  Medicine MD student
  192. Leslie Rowen, Graduate Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  193. Ryan Shaw, Associate Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  194. Everett Lang, Graduate Student, Department of Classics
  195. Jillian Kern, Graduate Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  196. Sophie Kelmenson, Graduate Student, City and Regional Planning
  197. Heather Knorr, Teaching Assistant Professor, ROMS, Spanish
  198. Ethan Sleeman, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  199. Eli Powell, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  200. Brian Sturm, Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  201. Bernie Herman, George B. Tindall Distinguished Professor of Southern Studies, Department of American Studies
  202. Amy  Gladfelter, Associate Professor of Biology
  203. Eliza Richards, Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  204. Alison LaGarry-Cahoon, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Education
  205. Katherine Newhall, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
  206. Donald C. Haggis, Professor, Department of Classics
  207. Mark Peifer, Professor, Department of Biology
  208. Codey Bills, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  209. Max Plumpton, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  210. Daniel M. Cobb, Professor, Department of American Studies
  211. Meg Bryson, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  212. Julie Geyer, Graduate Student, Department of Biology
  213. Ellen Welch, Professor, Department of Romance Studies
  214. John Caughman, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  215. Tyson Hedrick, Professor, Department of Biology
  216. Eduardo de Jesús Douglas, Associate Professor, Dept. of Art and Art History
  217. Katherine Tait, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  218. Kristan Shawgo, Social Sciences Librarian, University Libraries
  219. Meg Landfried, Assistant Professor, Health Behavior
  220. Joshua Youakim, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  221. Mimi V. Chapman, Distinguished Professor, School of Social Work
  222. Alan M. Jones, Kenan Distinguished Professor of Biology
  223. Leah Campbell, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  224. Anne Johnston, Parker Distinguished Professor, Hussman School of Journalism &  Media
  225. Ann Matthysse, Professor of Biology
  226. Bob Goldstein, James L. Peacock III Distinguished Professor of Biology
  227. Christina Burch, Professor, Department of Biology
  228. Barbara R. Ambros, Professor and Chair, Religious Studies
  229. Richard Superfine, Taylor-Williams Distinguished Prof. /Chair, Applied Physical Sciences
  230. Gregory P. Copenhaver, Professor, Department of Biology
  231. Mark J.C. Crescenzi, Nancy Hanes White Distinguished Professor of Political Science
  232. Anna Parker, Graduate Student, Department of Biology
  233. Cynthia Radding, Gussenhoven Distinguished Professor of History
  234. Lisa Lindsay, Professor and Chair, Department of History
  235. Katie Koffman, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  236. Amy Shaub Maddox, Associate Professor, Department of Biology
  237. Ryan Thornburg, Associate Professor, Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  238. Edward Rankus, Associate Professor, Department of Communication
  239. Siobhan Nelson, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  240. Tia Francis, Digital Research Support Specialist, Davis Library
  241. Jacob Becker, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning and Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
  242. Hassan Melehy, Professor, Department of Romance Studies
  243. Erika Wise, Associate Professor, Department of Geography
  244. Maury Bruhn, Graduate Student, Department of Romance Studies
  245. Quentin Bouvier, Graduate Student, Department of Romance Studies
  246. Nyla Ruiz, Graduate Student, Department of Health Behavior
  247. Mark Reeves, Graduate Student, Department of History
  248. Nikhil Rao, Undergraduate Student, Department of Health Policy and Management
  249. Shaye Metrick-Chen, Graduate Student, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
  250. Luke Havens, Graduate Student, Department of Biology
  251. Stefani N. Baca-Atlas, Doctoral Student, School of Social Work
  252. Michael Baca-Atlas, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine
  253. Susanna Whitman, Graduate student, Department of Health Behavior
  254. R. Haven Wiley, Professor Emeritus, Department of Biology
  255. Andrew Whittemore, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning
  256. Navin Bapat, Professor and Chair, Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense
  257. Aaron Neal, graduate student, Clinical Psychology
  258. Amanda Ribas Rietti Souto, Graduate Student, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  259. Lauren Jensen, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning and Department of Health Behavior
  260. Kelly Alexander, Visiting Lecturer, American Studies
  261. Kurt M. Ribisl, Jo Anne Earp Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  262. Michael R. Hobbs, staff, School of Education
  263. Nicolas Fraiman, Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics and Operations Research
  264. Connor Slamowitz, Graduate Student, Department of Applied Physical Sciences
  265. Lloyd Kramer, Professor of History
  266. Emma Flatt, Associate Professor of History
  267. Iqbal Sevea, Associate Professor of History
  268. Phil Edwards, Instructional Design Specialist, Center for Faculty Excellence
  269. Thomas A. Arnel, staff, University Library
  270. Denise Soufi, Middle Eastern Cataloger, University Libraries
  271. Allen Anderson, Professor, Music
  272. Drew Coleman, Professor, Geological Sciences
  273. Rebecca J. Macy, Distinguished Professor, School of Social Work
  274. Noreen McDonald, Chair and Professor, City & Regional Planning
  275. Monica Figueroa, Interim Librarian for Inclusive Excellence, University Libraries
  276. Matthew Andrews, Teaching Professor, History
  277. Benjamin C. Waterhouse, Associate Professor, History
  278. Jacqueline Solis, Director of Research & Instructional Services, University Libraries
  279. Jennifer Gates-Foster, Associate Professor, Classics & Archaeology
  280. Winifred Fordham Metz, Head of Media & Design Center, University Libraries
  281. Eric Downing, Distinguished Professor, Germanic & Slavic
  282. Deborah M. Weissman, Reef C. Ivey II Distinguished Professor of Law
  283. Taylor Jackson, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  284. Patience Wall, Graduate Student, City & Regional Planning
  285. Steve May, Associate Professor, Department of Communication
  286. Sarah Booker, Graduate Student, Romance Studies
  287. Paul Leslie, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Chair, Environment, Ecology, and Energy Program
  288. Jason Franz, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  289. Nancy Kaiser, Special Collections Technical Services Archivist, Wilson Library
  290. Paul Delamater, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
  291. Clark Gray, Associate Professor, Geography
  292. Preston Adcock, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  293. Bruno Estigarribia, Associate Professor, Romance Studies
  294. Meli Kimathi, Graduate Student/ Instructor, Department of Communication
  295. Deanie Anyangwe, Graduate Student, Department of Health Behavior/Department of City & Regional Planning
  296. Megan Winget, Teaching Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  297. Katherine Gora Combs, Graduate Student, Department of Health Behavior
  298. Deanna Williams, Graduate Student, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Behavior
  299. Adam Versényi, Professor and Chair, Department of Dramatic Art/Senior Dramaturg, PlayMakers Repertory Company
  300. Madeleine Straubel, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  301. Laurie McNeil, Bernard Gray Distinguished Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy
  302. Kathy Do, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  303. Milada Anna Vachudova, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
  304. Catherine McManus, Graduate Student, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
  305. Margarett McBride, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  306. Maggie Bailey, Graduate Student, School of Government and Department of City and Regional Planning
  307. Snigdha Peddireddy, Graduate Student, Department of Health Behavior
  308. Katherine Furl, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  309. Jared Bishop, Graduate Student, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Behavior
  310. Leah Christiani, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science
  311. Douglas Spielman, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  312. Max Owre, Executive Director, Carolina Public Humanities and History Dept
  313. Alexandria Huber, Graduate Student, Department of Public Policy
  314. Zac Parker, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  315. Joy Hill, Graduate Student, Department of Environmental Sciences  and Engineering
  316. Emily Burrill, Associate Professor, History and Women’s and Gender Studies
  317. Mara Buchbinder, Associate Professor, Department of Social Medicine
  318. Sarah Carrier, Librarian and PhD student in American Studies
  319. Carly Schnitzler, Graduate Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  320. Emily Gvino, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning/Gillings  School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Behavior
  321. Emma Stockton, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning/Gillings  School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Behavior
  322. Joseph Moran, Systems Administrator, University Libraries
  323. Stephen Birdsall, Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography
  324. Yaakov Ariel, Professor of Religious Studies
  325. Mike Hawkins, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography
  326. Sean Hernández Adkins, PhD student, School of Education
  327. Juliane Hammer, Associate Professor, Religious Studies
  328. Cemil Aydin, Professor, Department of History
  329. Alexandra Lightfoot, Assistant Professor, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Behavior
  330. Zach Ward, Student Services Manager, Curriculum in Global Studies
  331. Emily Jack, Community Engagement and Outreach Librarian, University Libraries
  332. Deborah Barrett, Clinical Assoc. Professor, School of Social Work & Department of Psychiatry
  333. Scott Kirsch, Professor, Department of Geography
  334. Morgan Cooper, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning/Gillings School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Behavior
  335. Anneke Schwob, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  336. R. Blount Wilson, Graduate Teaching Fellow, Department of Communication
  337. Dennis Mumby, Distinguished Professor, Department of Communication
  338. Stephanie N. Shady, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science
  339. Katharine Landers, PhD Candidate and Teaching Fellow, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  340. Janae Shaheed, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  341. David Sontag, Professor Emeritus, Department of Communication Studies
  342. Jacob Newton, Graduate Student, Public Administration and City & Regional Planning
  343. Marketa Burnett, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  344. Dana Coen, Professor of the Practice, Program head, Department of Communication
  345. Susan Ryan, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  346. Yasmine Flodin-Ali, PhD Student, Religious Studies
  347. John McGowan, Professor of English and Comparative Literature
  348. Tony Royle, Graduate Student Department of American Studies and Staff in Department of English and Comparative Literature and Department of American Studies
  349. Courtney Woods, Assistant Professor, Dept. of  Environmental Sciences and Engineering
  350. Joy Drury Cox, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
  351. Terry Furey, Associate Professor, Departments of Genetics and Biology
  352. Matthew Taylor, Associate Professor, Department of English & Comparative Literature
  353. Keiko Nishimura, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  354. Sandra Lazo de la Vega, Program Coordinator, Department of City and Regional Planning
  355. Anusha Hariharan, PhD Student, Department of Anthropology
  356. Zari Taylor, PhD Student, Department of Communication
  357. Helen Tibbo, Distinguished Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  358. William Curran-Groome, Master’s Candidate, Department of City and Regional Planning
  359. Allen Hamrick O’Barr, Director, Counseling and Psychological Services
  360. Brantly H. Moore, Doctoral Candidate, Art & Art History
  361. Carole Blair, Professor, Communication
  362. Patricia Sawin, Associate Professor, American StudiesMarissa Carmi, PhD Student, American Studies
  363. Margaret Wiener, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
  364. Justin Sawon, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
  365. Timothy Smith, Ph.D Candidate, Department of Religious Studies
  366. Erika Ripley, Head of Resource Acquisitions & Management, University Libraries
  367. Kelly Hogan, Teaching Professor, Dept of Biology
  368. Robert (Bob) Jenkins, Teaching Professor, Political Science
  369. Nicole Kelly, Graduate Student, Department of Epidemiology
  370. Christopher Nelson, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
  371. Graeme Robertson, Professor, Department of Political Science.
  372. Sandra Soliday Hong, Research Scientist, FPG Child Development Institute
  373. Jodi Berkowitz, Technical Services Archivist, University Libraries
  374. Samir Kelada, Associate Professor, Department of Genetics, School of Medicine
  375. Jon Hussey, Clinical Assistant Professor, Maternal and Child Health
  376. Karam Hwang, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology
  377. Jordan Thomas, Research Assistant, FPG Child Development Institute
  378. Edwin Fisher, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  379. Kirsten Kainz, Research Professor, School of Social Work
  380. Natalie Bowman, Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
  381. Jennifer E. Arnold, Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  382. Hannah Margaret Lindquist Clare, Graduate Student, Department of Health Policy &  Management
  383. Allegra Joie Midgette, Postdoctoral Fellow, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  384. Gregory Flaxman, Associate Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  385. Aysenil Belger, Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Director, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  386. Beth Moracco, Associate Professor, Health Behavior
  387. Mary Bratsch-Hines, Advanced Research Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  388. Thurston Domina, Professor, School of Education
  389. Jennifer Lund, Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Gillings School of Public Health
  390. Katherine Turk, Associate Professor, Department of History
  391. Kaci Bishop, Clinical Associate Professor of Law, School of Law
  392. Megan Evans, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Public Health
  393. Noreen Yazejian, Senior Research Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  394. Tonya Van Deinse, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Social Work
  395. Erik Gellman, Associate Professor, Department of History
  396. Charlotte Boettiger, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  397. Jessica Cohen, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  398. Barbara Fedders, Assistant Professor, School of Law
  399. Angela Bardeen, Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, University Libraries
  400. Susan Bickford, Associate Professor, Political Science
  401. Joseph Glatthaar, Stephenson Distinguished Professor of History
  402. David Navalinsky, Associate Professor, Dramatic Art
  403. Sam Weir, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  404. Jeffrey Blair Cornell, Teaching Professor, Associate Chair, Dramatic Art
  405. Carol Golin, Professor, Department of Medicine and Department of Health Behavior
  406. Paschal Sheeran, Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  407. Brent Wissick, Professor, Music
  408. Barbara Fredrickson, Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  409. Leah Frerichs, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, Gillings School of Public Health
  410. Rose Byrnes, Research Specialist, FPG Child Development Institute
  411. Kathleen M. Brown, Professor, School of Education
  412. Adam Zolotor, Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  413. Jenna Barnes, Implementation Specialist, FPG Child Development Institute
  414. Sarah Verbiest, Director, Jordan Institute for Families, School of Social Work
  415. Jennifer Martini, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine
  416. Ashley Rietz, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine
  417. Suzanne Maman, Professor, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  418. Jacqueline Hagan, Professor, Department of Sociology
  419. Sabrina Aguilar-Simon, UNC alumna, School of Medicine, Allied Health Sciences and UNC staff, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  420. Cheryl Bolick, Associate Professor, School of Education
  421. Beth Kurtz-Costes, Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  422. Eric A. Houck, Associate Professor, School of Education
  423. Donald Pathman, Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  424. Kristen Lindquist, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  425. Taylor Cowdery, Assistant Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  426. Elizabeth Love, Research Assistant, FPG Child Development Institute
  427. Cody Love, Graduate Teaching Assistant, History
  428. Kurt Gray, Associate Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience
  429. Timothy Daaleman, Professor, Family Medicine, School of Medicine
  430. Meg Zomorodi, Professor, School of Nursing
  431. Eric Savage, Applications Analyst, FPG Child Development Institute
  432. Emma Tzioumis, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition, Gillings School of Public Health
  433. Martha King, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology / Alumna Folklore M.A. 2006, Anthropology PhD 2014
  434. Barry M Popkin, W. R. Kenan Distinguished Professor, Department of Nutrition
  435. Karl Bauman, Professor Emeritus, Health Behavior and Health Education
  436. Joseph Sparling, Senior Scientist Emeritus, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  437. David Lambert, Associate Professor, Religious Studies
  438. Erin Kent, Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, Gillings School of Public Health
  439. Sara Algoe, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  440. Deanna Corin, Graduate Student, Department of Geography
  441. Tammy Cox, Associate Dean, School of Information and Library Science
  442. Kevin Robinson, Senior Cinematographer and Studio Manager, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
  443. Susan Ennett, Professor Emerita, Department of Health Behavior
  444. Jean Phillips-Weiner, Graduate Student, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  445. Justin G. Trogdon, Professor, Health Policy and Management, Gillings School of  Global Public Health
  446. Margaret Sheridan, Associate Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience
  447. Jean Cook, Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Associate Dean for Graduate Education- School of Medicine, UNC graduate (BS)
  448. David Bogojevich, Research Assistant, FPG Child Development Institute
  449. Beth S. Posner, Clinical Associate Professor of Law
  450. Paul Bonnici, Special Projects Coordinator, Carolina Public Humanities/Carolina K-12
  451. Leigha MacNeill, Postdoctoral Fellow, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  452. Josh Hinson, MSW; Clinical Assistant Professor, UNC School of Social Work
  453. Beverly Taylor, Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  454. Adam Bryant Miller, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Neurosciences
  455. Altha Cravey, Associate Professor, Geography Department
  456. Monica Samsky, Electronic Journals Specialist, UNC Health Sciences Library
  457. Tracy Bersley, Assistant Professor, Department of Dramatic Art and Playmakers Rep
  458. Claire Bunschoten, PhD Candidate, Department of American Studies
  459. Mitch Prinstein, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  460. Anne McDarris, M.A. Candidate, Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  461. Tegan R Bratcher, Ph.D. student, Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  462. Kathleen Mullan Harris, Professor, Department of Sociology
  463. Connie Eble, Professor of English, Emerita
  464. Kurt Blythe, Serials Access Librarian, University Libraries
  465. Therese Triumph, Interim Head of Kenan Science Library, University Libraries
  466. Dominique N Martinez, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  467. Erica Pettigrew, Assistant Professor, Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine, School of Medicine Steven G. Buzinski, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  468. Kym Weed, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of English & Comparative Literature
  469. Anais Rodriguez-Thompson, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  470. Adrienne S. Bonar, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  471. Maxine Eichner, Graham Kenan Distinguished Professor of Law, Law School
  472. Mallory Feldman, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  473. Andrea Hussong, Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  474. Hannah L. Morgan, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  475. Yolanda Perkins, Educational Consultant, FPG Child Development Institute
  476. Ximena Franco, Advanced Research Scientist, FPG Child Development Institute
  477. Melanie Feinberg, Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science
  478. Sara Kross, Staff Member, UNC Department of Mathematics
  479. Michele Meyer, Doctoral Fellow, Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  480. Molly De Marco, Research Assistant Professor, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  481. Allison De Marco, Advanced Research Scientist, School of Social Work/Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  482. Stephanie Haas, School of Information and Library Science
  483. Christine E Kistler, MD, MASC, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and the Division of Geriatrics
  484. Sultan M Hassan, Food, Fitness and Opportunity Research Collaborative
  485. Keith Payne, Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  486. Seth LaJeunesse, Senior Research Associate, Highway Safety Research Center
  487. Laura C. Hanson, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics, Palliative Care Program
  488. Juliana de Groot, MPH, Dissemination Specialist, UNC Center for Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
  489. Kristin Meyer, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  490. Tiki T. Windley, MPA, Social/Clinical Research Assistant, UNC Center for Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
  491. Chloē J. Russell, Assistant Dean for Hub Initiatives, Undergraduate Education
  492. Sylvia Fitting, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  493. William Aldridge, Advanced Implementation Specialist & Director of The Impact Center, FPG Child Development Institute; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Health Policy & Management, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
  494. Erica H. Wise, Clinical Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience
  495. Brett Sheppard, Researcher and Project Manager, UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  496. Suchi Mohanty, Head of the House Undergraduate Library, University Libraries
  497. Nancy Pullen-Seufert, Sr Research Associate, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
  498. Kinjal Patel, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  499. Justin Lee, Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
  500. James S. Hagood, Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pulmonology (Latino but beneficiary of privilege)
  501. Katherine J. Harmon, Research Associate, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
  502. Megan Kilb, E-Resources Librarian and Head of Monographic Orders, University Libraries
  503. Cary Levine, Associate Professor, Department of Art & Art History
  504. Frank R. Baumgartner, Distinguished Professor of Political Science
  505. Michele Jonsson Funk, Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  506. David Attewell, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science
  507. Todd Zakrajsek, Research Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  508. Katherine Van Loon, Graduate Student, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  509. Rachel E. Penton, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  510. Paul Zimmerman, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Hospice and Palliative Medicine
  511. Karen Auerbach, Associate Professor, Department of History
  512. Donita Robinson, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies
  513. Florence Babb, Harrington Distinguished Professor, Department of Anthropology
  514. Brandon Bayne, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies
  515. Erik Butler, Assistant Clinical Professor, School of Medicine
  516. Claire Sadeghzadeh, MPH, Evaluation Specialist, UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  517. Neil Mulligan, Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  518. Meaghan Coogan, Graduate Student, Department of Romance Studies
  519. Kristen A. Patrow, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Media and Journalism
  520. Eva Telzer, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
  521. Laura Kuhh, PhD, Advanced Research Scientist, FPG Child Development Institute
  522. Caroline Roberts, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine
  523. Jennifer Solomon, Adjunct Instructor, School of Information and Library Science
  524. Russell Harris, Emeritus Professor, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine
  525. Tommie Watson, Executive Director, Institute for the Arts and Humanities
  526. Erin Dickey, Graduate Student, Art & Art History
  527. Sharon W. Williams, Associate Professor, Department of Allied Health Sciences
  528. Victor J. Schoenbach, Emeritus Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  529. Rob Hamilton, Performance Studies, Department of Communication (retired)
  530. Rita Lahlou, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine
  531. Casey Rawson, Teaching Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  532. I. Jonathan Kief, Assistant Professor, Asian Studies
  533. Philip Hollingsworth, Staff, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, (Ph.D., Romance Studies, 2015)
  534. Sandra García Gutiérrez, Graduate Student, Department of Romance Studies
  535. Khristian S. Smith, Graduate Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature
  536. Mikayla Armstrong, Graduate Student, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  537. Laryssa Abdala, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  538. Jessica Steinbrenner, Advanced Research Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  539. Anise Vance, Ph.D. candidate, City and Regional Planning
  540. Avanthi Jayaweera, MD, Resident Physician, Department of Family Medicine
  541. Gina M. Difino, Director, Global Education and Fellowships, Honors Carolina
  542. Jeffrey Sonis, Associate Professor, Department of Social Medicine
  543. Helene Kirschke-Schwartz, Graduate Student, UNC School of Medicine
  544. Sonda Oppewal, Professor, School of Nursing
  545. Shane Sweeney, Graduate Student, Department of City & Regional Planning
  546. Katherine Slyman, Graduate Student, Mathematics
  547. Riley Vickers, Graduate Student, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  548. Jody Bennett, Graduate Student, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, School of Medicine
  549. Shelley Golden, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Behavior
  550. Danielle Burke, Graduate Student, Department of American Studies
  551. Andrea Mendoza, Graduate Student, Global Health Concentration, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  552. Carol Tresolini, retired Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives
  553. Carolyn Crump, Associate Professor, Dept. of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Public Health
  554. Carlos Serrano, Graduate Student, Geography Department
  555. Kirsten Adams, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  556. Erin Siegal McIntyre, Assistant Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  557. Joseph Leshin, Graduate Student, Psychology and Neuroscience
  558. Anne Mitchell Whisnant, Adjunct Associate Professor, History & American Studies
  559. Holly Haflich, Graduate Student, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  560. Brad Wright, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  561. Leslie Moen Willeford, Data Analyst, UNC Health Foundation, BS Business Administration, BA Communication Studies, Class of 2017
  562. David E. Whisnant, Professor (retired) Department of English
  563. Kathryn E. Muessig, Associate Professor, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  564. Danielle Dulken, PhD Candidate, Department of American Studies
  565. Martha Kenney, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
  566. Vicki Chanon, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  567. Simon Topp, Graduate Student, Department of Geological Sciences
  568. Katherine Daftari, Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics
  569. Shu Wen Ng, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition, Gillings School of Global Public Health, PhD, Health Policy and Management, 2009
  570. Barbara Wiedemann, Communications strategist, UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  571. Lucy Martin, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
  572. Martha C Carlough, Professor, Family Medicine, School of Medicine
  573. Marc Besson, PhD Candidate, Mathematics 2021
  574. Adam Price, Teaching Assistant Professor, DOECL
  575. Colin S. Wallace, Teaching Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
  576. Fatima Touma, Graduate Student, Sociology Department
  577. Vladas Pipiras, Professor and Chair, Department of Statistics and Operations Research
  578. Zofia Knorek, PhD Student, Environment, Ecology, and Energy Program
  579. Teresa Tackett, Ph.D. Student, Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  580. Evan R. Jones, PhD Student, Department of Communication
  581. Christopher S Martens, Distinguished Professor of Marine and Environmental Science
  582. Jane D. Brown, James L. Knight Emeritus Professor, UNC Hussman School of Journalism & Media
  583. Karl D. Castillo, Associate Professor Marine Sciences Department
  584. Anna Gustines, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning 
  585. Todd K. BenDor, Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
  586. Anna Austin, Assistant Professor, Department of Maternal and Child Health
  587. Joungwon Kwon, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  588. Randall Styers, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies
  589. Alexis Romero Walker, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  590. Pam Silberman, Professor of the Practice, Department of Health Policy and Management
  591. Gary N. Asher, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  592. Lucy Britt, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science
  593. Adrian Marchetti, Associate Professor, Department of Marine Sciences and E3P
  594. Antonio B. Rodriguez, Professor, Institute of Marine Sciences
  595. Rebekah Layton, Program Director, SOM-Office of Graduate Education (UNC Postdoc 2014-2015)
  596. Sarah A. Torgeson, Graduate Student, Department of American Studies
  597. Rachel Holtzman, Graduate Student, UNC Law, and Class of 2014 alumni, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  598. Ian Seim, Graduate Student, Curriculum in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Departments of Biology and Applied Physical Sciences
  599. Hope Thomson, MPH Candidate, Gillings School of Global Public Health and Class of 2015 alum, B.S. Chemistry
  600. Charles Mitchell, Professor, Department of Biology and E3P
  601. Jessica Tanner, Assistant Professor, Department of Romance Studies
  602. Meredith Bazemore, Director, UNC Rural and Office of Rural Initiatives, School of Medicine
  603. Summer Motton, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  604. Emily Burkhead, Teaching Assistant Profesor, Department of Mathematic
  605. Christopher (Cal) Lee, Professor, School of Information and Library Science
  606. Jasmine (Jaz) Gray, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  607. Boyce Griffith, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
  608. Shannon McGregor, Assistant Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  609. Hodding Carter III, University Professor of Leadership and Public Policy Emeritus
  610. Ampson Hagan, Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology
  611. Maximilian Spiegel, Graduate Student, Department of Communication
  612. Karin Yeatts, Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology,Gillings School of Global Public Health
  613. Annie Elledge, Graduate Student, Department of Geography
  614. Evan Ashkin MD, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Director NC Formerly Incarcerated Transition (FIT) Program
  615. Anna Jane Jones, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  616. Sofia Salazar, Graduate Student, Curriculum in Global Studies
  617. Mac Woodburn, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  618. Daniel Bauer, Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  619. Cynthia D. Baker, Special Projects Assistant, University Library
  620. Zachary Faircloth, Graduate Student, Department of American Studies
  621. C. Chad Lloyd, PhD Student, Department of Marine Sciences
  622. Van Rynald Liceralde, Graduate Student, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
  623. Rachel Hirschey, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
  624. Minrose Gwin, Kenan Eminent Professor Emerita of English
  625. William L. Andrews, E. Maynard Adams Professor of English Emeritus
  626. Samantha Luu, Staff, Department of Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  627. Arianne Ekinci, Graduate Student, Department of History
  628. Stark D. Harbour, Graduate Student, Department of History
  629. Patrick Davison, Professor, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  630. Evelyn Rosengren-Hovee, Graduate Student, Curriculum in Global Studies
  631. Patricia Dawson, Cherokee Nation, Graduate Student, Department of History
  632. Lina Rosengren-Hovee, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
  633. Ashley Hedrick, Doctoral Fellow, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  634. Sonoe Nakasone, Community Archivist, University Libraries
  635. Kiera Peoples, Undergraduate Student, Department of Exercise of Sports Science, President of UNC-CH Section of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW
  636. Treasure Rouse, Undergraduate student, Department of History and Political Science
  637. Sharon Thomas, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
  638. Lori Haight, School of Information and Library Science
  639. Kathy Uber, Accounting Tech, City and Regional Planning
  640. A. Dirk Moses, Professor, Department of History
  641. Virginia Horne, Graduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  642. Tyler Ditmore, PhD Student, Political Science
  643. Jazmine Bunch, Undergraduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  644. Julieta Gruszko, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  645. Lily Herbert, PhD Student, Geography
  646. Ahmed Mashal, MD Student, School of Medicine
  647. Anna Whitus, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  648. Amy Braun, PhD Student, Geography
  649. Kristin Hondros, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Communication
  650. Tyler Ditmore, PhD Student, Political Science
  651. Jazmine Bunch, Undergraduate Student, Hussman School of Journalism and Media
  652. Julieta Gruszko, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  653. Lily Herbert, PhD Student, Geography
  654. Ahmed Mashal, MD Student, School of Medicine
  655. Anna Whitus, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  656. Amy Braun, PhD Student, Geography
  657. Kristin Hondros, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Communication\
  658. Sam Boswell, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  659. Teresa Chapa, Librarian, Davis Library
  660.  Sherri Britt Williams, PI/Director and TA Specialist, UNC Frank Porter Graham (FPG) Institute
  661. Cliff Jones, Senior Academic Advisor, The College of Arts & Sciences
  662. Abigail McNaughton, Undergraduate student, Environment and Ecology

663.         Andrea Caldwell, Senior Assistant Dean for Academic Advising, The College of Arts &  

Sciences

664.         Cynthia Sturton, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science

665.         Hunter Randolph, Undergraduate student, American Studies

666.         Kathleen Caron, Professor and Chair, Department of Cell Biology and Physiology, SoM

667.         Katie Cartmell, Senior Associate Director, Academic Advising & Undergraduate

Education

668.        Holly Krohn, Research Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine

669.         Sherah Faulkner, Graduate student, Department of Geography

670.         Catherine Zachary, B.Mus. ‘10, Communications Coordinator, Department of Music

671.         Victoria Rovine, Professor, Dept of Art and Art History

Supporting Alumni:

  1. Kelsey Jost-Creegan, B.A. in Global Studies and B.A. in Romance Languages, Class of 2013
  2. Mark Laichena, B.A. in Peace War and Defense, Class of 2012
  3. Aneshia V. Tinnin, B.A. in African and African American Studies, Class of 2013
  4. Hetali Lodaya, B.A. in Chemistry, B.A. in Public Policy, Class of 2014
  5. Andrea L. Pino-Silva, B.A. in Political Science, Class of 2014
  6. Brittany Peterson, B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2011
  7. Holls Sit, B.A. in Global Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies, Class of 2018
  8. Chelse Lang, B.S. in Psychology, Class of 2014
  9. Jagir Patel, B.A. in Religious Studies, Class of 2013
  10. Kerri Kearse, B.A. in Communication Studies and English Literature, Class of 2014
  11. Justin Sodoma, B.S. in Public Health, Class of 2013; Master of Accounting, Class of 2014
  12. Will Walker, B.A. in Political Science, B.A. in Peace, War, and Defense, Class of 2013
  13. Samantha Harrington, B.A. Journalism, B.A. Asian Studies: Arab Cultures, Class of 2015
  14. Annette McDermott, B.A. Communications Studies, Class of 2017
  15. Samuel Salvesen, B.A. Economics and Latin American Studies, Class of 2014
  16. La’Naeschia O’Rear, B.A. in Sociology and African American Studies, Class of 2012
  17. Fatima Z. Guerrab, MPH, CHES® in Health Behavior, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Class of 2020
  18. Dinesh McCoy, B.A. in Global Studies, Class of 2015
  19. Lily Roberts, B.A. in Peace, War & Defense and B.A. in English, Class of 2012
  20. Joseph Levin-Manning, B.A. Political Science, Class of 2011
  21. Tara Seshan, B.S.P.H in Environmental Health Science, Class of 2013
  22. Christoph Stutts, PhD in Education, 2020, Master of Arts in Teaching 2005
  23. Geneva Jost, B.A. in Biology and B.A. in Global Studies, Class of 2016
  24. Hayden Saunders, B.S. in Biology, Class of 2016
  25. Ruby Sinreich, BSPH Environmental Science & Engineering, Class of 1993
  26. Niasha A. Fray, MA, MSPH Gillings School of Global Public Health - Health Behavior Department, Class of 2016
  27. Daniel Turner, B.A. in Environmental Studies, Class of 2012
  28. David Choi, B.S. in Psychology and Neuroscience, Class of 2018
  29. Ben Barge, B.A. in Political Science and Spanish, Class of 2013
  30. Melissa Tolentino, B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, B.A. in Asian Studies, Class of 2013
  31. Adreonna Simmons, B.A in Communications Studies, Class of 2015
  32. Courtney Mitchell, B.A., Journalism and Mass Communication, 2001Cora Went, B.S. in Physics, Class of 2015
  33. Alyssa Sistare, B.A. Linguistics and Asian Studies, Class of 2015
  34. Dillon Robinson, B.A. in Communication Studies, Class of 2015
  35. Scott Hicks, B.A. in English with Highest Honors, Class of 2000
  36. Suraj S Shah, B.A. in Economics & Psychology, Class of 2014
  37. Jeremy Knight, B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, 2013
  38. Jessica M. Bottesch in B.A. in Exercise and Sports Science (Athletic Training), Class of 1997; M.A. EXSS (Athletic Training), Class of 1999
  39. Jesica Speed Wiley, PhD in Communication Studies, Class of 2012
  40. Armond R. Towns, PhD in Communication Studies, Class of 2015
  41. Atiya Husain, PhD in Sociology, Class of 2017
  42. Sangeetha Kumar, B.S. in Environmental Science, B.A. Mathematics, Class of 2015
  43. Ariana Rodriguez-Gitler, B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication & Global Studies, Class of 2014
  44. Will Leimenstoll, B.A. in Environmental Studies, Class of 2013, MCRP & MBA, Class of 2020
  45. Emily Brennan-Moran, PhD in Communication Studies, Class of 2020
  46. Brandon Mayfield, B.S. in Business Administration, Class of 2014
  47. Y. Montez Lane-Brown, B.A. in Business Administration, Class of 1993; MPH in Leadership, Class of 2012
  48. Ronda M. Williams, B.A. in Exercise and Sports Science, Class of 1997
  49. Aurora Linnea, M.S. in Library & Information Science, class of 2016
  50. Joanna Burke, B.M. in Vocal Performance, class of 2012
  51. Martha Copp, Professor of Sociology, East Tennessee State University, UNC-CH Sociology PhD, 1993
  52. Jeffrey Supplee, M.S. in Geology, 1986
  53. Eric Boren, B.S. Computer Science, B.A. Music 2011, M.S. Computer Science 2012
  54. LaRavi McCauley Heath, B.A. in Communications, 1995
  55. Julie Moroney, B.S. in Business Administration, B.A. in Political Science, Class of 2015
  56. Holly Straut Eppsteiner, Ph.D. in Sociology, 2018.
  57. Allison Rella, B.A. in Sociology and Political Science, Class of 2016; M.S.W, Class of 2018
  58. Karen Gerken Book, Ph.D in Sociology, 2016
  59. Joncie Sarratt, B.M. in Vocal Performance, Class of 2011
  60. Didem Turkoglu, Ph.D. in Sociology, 2019
  61. Kaitie Fernandez Lawson, M.S. Gillings School of Global Public Health - Biostatistics, Class of 2011
  62. Evan Markfield, BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2000
  63. Josh Clinard, B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2013
  64. Erin Abbenante, M.F.A, Class of 2016
  65. Bre Edison, B.A. Exercise and Sport Science, Class of 2017
  66. Liz Willis, B.A. Global Studies & Political Science, Class of 2013
  67. Katherine Quine, B.A. Journalism and Political Science, Class of 201
  68. Matthew B. Ezzell, BA Women’s Studies (1999), MA Sociology (2004), PhD Sociology (2009)
  69. Kristen Schorpp, Ph.D. in Sociology, 2017
  70. Allison Mathews, PhD in Sociology, 2015; Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Social Medicine and Institute for Global Health and Infectious Disease, 2017 and 2019
  71. Courtney L. Fitzpatrick Ph.D., BA Visual Art (Class of 1997)
  72. Alex Tronetti Buck, M.S. Gillings School of Global Public Health - Biostatistics, 2011
  73. Rebecca Lineberry, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communications, 2015
  74. Emily Plonski, M.F.A. in Dramatic Art, 2017
  75. Jasmine Jackson-Irwin, B.A. Political Science and Germanic Languages & Literatures, 2014
  76. Tim Shearer, B.A. English/Psychology, 1991. MSLS, 1997. Associate University Librarian for Digital Strategies and IT, University Libraries, UNC Chapel Hill
  77. Zach Freshwater, B.A. in Journalism and Political Science (2014)
  78. Erica Kakarlamudi, B.S. in Public Health, Health Policy & Management, 2015
  79. ulia Quirin, B.A. in Biology, Hispanic Literatures and Cultures, 2016
  80. Ariel Press BS in Business Administration, 2013
  81. Alicia Richards, BSPH Gillings School of Global Public Health - Environmental Health Sciences, 2017, and MS Gillings School of Global Public Health - Environmental Science & Engineering, 2018
  82. Sarah Frances Tomlinson, B.S in Psychology, B.A in Biology, 2015
  83. Thomson Flynn M. Chapman, B.A. in Global Studies, B.A. in American History, 2015
  84. Ali Na, PhD Communication, 2017
  85. Anushree Singh, B.S. in Psychology, 2016
  86. Heather Minchew, B.A. in Spanish, B.A. in Linguistics, 2010
  87. Martha Scott Tomlinson, PhD Gillings School of Global Public Health - Environmental Science & Engineering, 2018
  88. Kennedy Carruthers Embree,  B. A. Journalism & Mass Communications (News Ed);  B.A. Spanish Language & Literature, 2014
  89. Aitza B. Burgess, B.A. Communication Studies,2017
  90. Marcy Pedzwater, graduate student, English and Comparative Literature
  91. Maggie Dickson, BA Art History (2001), MSLS (2007)
  92. Mike Wiley, M.F.A. Dramatic Art 2004
  93. Kathleen J. Fitzgerald, Department of Sociology
  94. Derrick Ivey, B.A. RTVMP, 1986
  95. Mackenzie Thomas, BA Economics 2013
  96. Hogan Medlin, BA Political Science, Class of 2011
  97. Venneikia Williams, BA Sociology, Class of 2013
  98. David Adamson, LDA Dramatic Art Class of 1979
  99. Aurelia Belfield, B.A. Dramatic Art, Class of 2009
  100. Russell Johnson, B.A. Religious Studies, Communication Studies, Political Science, Class of 2009
  101. Hajar Yazdiha, Ph.D. in Sociology (2017)
  102. Katie Egan Hammer, B.A, English Literature, Creative Writing, Class of 2008
  103. Freya Thimsen, Ph.D. in Communication Studies (2014)
  104. Deborah Barrett, MSW (2003)
  105. Isabella Pallotto, MPH class of 2021
  106. Sarah Hallowell, B.A. Economics & B.A. Political Science, Class of 2015
  107. Stephen Barefoot, B.A., Journalism, 1969
  108. Elizabeth Lang, B.A. Political Science and B.A. Exercise and Sport Science, December 2014
  109. Tia Byers, B.A Public Policy, Class of 2019
  110. Michael Ogle, BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2002
  111. David Allen Jr, BA in Religious Studies, Class of 2018
  112. Pavithra Vasudevan, Ph.D. in Geography (2018)
  113. Anabelle Maya, BA in Psychology, Class of 2020
  114. Lauren Salvia, B.A. in Political Science and Communication Studies, Class of 2014
  115. Indermohan Virk, M.A. in Sociology (1996)
  116. Will Kimmey, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication ‘01, Juris Doctor ‘09
  117. Henry Gargan, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, Global Studies ’15
  118. Andrew Frost, B.A. in Sociology (2008), Juris Doctor (2016)
  119. Dakota Williams, B.A. in Peace, War and Defense, Class of 2012
  120. Daryl M. Davis, B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science, Class of 2000
  121. Courtney E. Boen, Ph.D. in Sociology (2017)
  122. Libby Szuflita, MCRP, Class of 2020
  123. Karen Phelan Kozlowski, Ph.D. in Sociology (2016)
  124. Katherine Eleanor Gandy, BA in Global Studies, Class of 2016
  125. Killian Manning, MA in Communication Studies, Class of 1994
  126. Jeffrey Whetstone, Professor of Photography 2001-2015.
  127. Anne Futterer, MSSP, History (2015)
  128. Travis Paul Keene, BA in Economics and Political Science, Class of 2013
  129. Megan Esporas, BA, Psychology & International Studies ‘99, MPH, Public Health Leadership ‘06
  130. Tim McMillan, B.A. (1980), M.A. (1981), Ph.D. (1988) Anthropology
  131. Catherine Harnois, PhD (2005), M.A. (2002), Sociology
  132. Brian Levy, PhD (2017), M.A. (2014), Sociology
  133. Alton W. Parker, Jr. (1985)  BA Radio, TV, Film and Dramatic Art
  134. Katherine Grace Hultquist, B.A. International Studies, Class of 1996
  135. Bowen Lightfoot Kelley, B.A. in African Studies and French, Class of 2013
  136. Helen Rolf, B.A. in German and Psychology (2014) current MSPH/MBA (2023)
  137. Marissa Gonzalez, BA in Mathematics and Psychology, Class of 2012
  138. Courtney Sanford, BSPH in Biostatistics & Environmental Studies, Class of 2014
  139. Linden Wait, B.A. in Political Science and Global Studies, Class of 2014
  140. Katherine Giuffre, Ph.D. in Sociology, Class of 1996
  141. Kathleen Holt, B.A. in Art History (2014)
  142. Jessica Feldman, B.A. in Global Studies and Art History, Class of 2015
  143. Natalie Dunlop, DDS Class of 2018, BS Mathematics Class of 2014
  144. Alexandra Hammer, BA Political Science, BA Psychology, Class of 2014
  145. Danielle Rogers, B.S.in Psychology, Class of 2014
  146. Sean Rogers, B.A. in Exercise & Sport Science, Class of 2011
  147. Christina E Lewis, B.A. in French Language and Culture and
  148. Visruti Sankar, B.S. in Business Administration, B.S. in Statistics and Analytics, Class of 2017
  149. Marie-Antoinette Sintim,B.A. Gender Studies
  150. Benjamin Jones, B.A. in Global Studies, Class of 2017
  151. Victoria Borbas, B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science, Class is 2015 Serena Mahalingam, B.S.P.H. in Nutrition, Class of 2020
  152. Anneke Oppewal, B.A. in Psychology and Romance Languages, Class of 2014
  153. Jason Casden, M.S. in Library Science, Class of 2006, Head of Software Development Department, UNC Chapel Hill University Libraries
  154. Brian Ellerby, BA ‘ 85, MSPH ‘88
  155. Leah Johnson, B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science, Class of 2016
  156. Stella Kreilkamp, Juris Doctor (2015)
  157. Kalli Bunch, B.A. in Public Policy and Global Studies (2018)
  158. Renata Barsanti, B.A. in Comparative Literature and French (2016)
  159. Maggie Radack, B.S. in chemistry, 2014
  160. Margaret A. Brunson, B.A. Psychology, 2002
  161. Rachael Wolff, Graduate Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
  162. Jesse Seng, Kenan-Flagler Executive MBA 2019
  163. K.C. Hemstreet, B.A. in Chemistry, Class of 2015
  164. Allison Altman, B.A. Dramatic Art & Comm. Studies, 2009; M.F.A. Dramatic Art, 2017
  165. Serena Ebhardt, B.A. Dramatic Art, 1988.
  166. Amy Porter, B.A.  RTVMP, 1986
  167. Bahby Banks, Ph.D. in Health Behavior and Health Education, SPH, 2012
  168. Reinaldo Caravellas, MBA  2019, CPAN Board Member
  169. Tony Kearney '87,  CPAN Board Member
  170. Janora McDuffie ‘98,  CPAN Board Member
  171. Council Dawson ‘17, CPAN Board Member
  172. Daniel Bowen ‘21, CPAN Board Member
  173. Ken Smith, CPAN Board Member
  174. Douglas Dukeman, CPAN Board Member
  175. Donald Cooley ‘12, CPAN Board Member
  176. Meg VanDeusen ‘14, CPAN Board Member
  177. Eric A. Houck, BA in Education, Class of 1992
  178. Larissa Calancie, PhD in Nutrition, 2016
  179. Stephanie Mazzucca, PhD Nutrition, 2017, B.S. Biology, Class of 2008
  180. Mallory McClester Brown, MD, Assistant Professor in Family Medicine
  181. Diane R. Johnson, MPH in Maternal and Child Health, SPH, Class of 1998
  182. Landon Turner, B.A. in Sport Administration and English and Comparative Literature
  183. Ike Smith, BA in English ‘08; MA in Teaching ‘09
  184. Crystal Yuille, BA in Global Studies and BA in Public Policy, Class of 2017
  185. Parisa Hadavi, BA in Global Studies, Minor Information Systems Class of 2016
  186. Mallory Cash, BA Journalism and Mass Communications, Class of 2008
  187. Ni-Eric Perkins, B.A. Communication Studies, Class of 2004
  188. Qubilah Huddleston, B.A. Political Science and Public Policy, Class of 2013
  189. Maria Concetta Mayo, J.D., Class of 2016
  190. Sarah Schuyler Capuano, BA in Exercise & Sport Science, Class of 2008
  191. Chesley Kalnen, BA in Journalism and Mass Communication and History, Class of 2013
  192. Whitney Magendie, B.A. in Political Science and Romance Languages, Class of 2008
  193. Jannine Humphrey, B.A. in Public Policy, Class of 2013
  194. Andrew Coonin, B.A. in Public Policy, Class of 2009
  195. Stephanie Tepper, B.A. in Psychology, Class of 2016
  196. Melani McAlister, B.A. in International Studies, Class of 1984.
  197. Carolyn Nicole Daussin, J.D., Class of 2019
  198. Cody Johnson, B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science, Class of 201
  199. Stephanie MacDonald, B.A. Geography, Class of 2015
  200. Rachel C. Kirby, B.A. in Art History, Class of 2013, M.A. in Folklore, Class of 2016
  201. Grace Lempp, J.D., Class of 2020; B.A. in Global Studies & Religious Studies, Class of 2015
  202. Daniel Allen, BSBA Business Administration & BA Political Science, Class of 2014
  203. Christopher Shields, B.A. Biology, Class of 2004
  204. Charlie Stanfield, BA Environmental Studies, Class of 2014; MCRP, Class of 2018
  205. McKenzie Stanfield, BSBA Business Administration, Class of 2015
  206. Kenton Summers, B.S. Psychology, Class of 2011
  207. Olivia Neal, B.A. English and Comparative Literature, Class of 2019
  208. Ann M. Kakaliouras, PhD  in Anthropology, 2003
  209. Tyler Daniel, B.A. Psychology, Class of 2014
  210. Diana C. Johnson, B.A Psychology and Communications, Class of 2014
  211. Lisa A. Morris. PhD, Public Policy, Class of 2000
  212. Bryan Williams, B.A. Economics, Class of 2015
  213. R. Scott Heath, BA English & Afro-American Studies, Morehead Scholar, Class of 1996
  214. Megan White Hollander, B.A. Elementary Education, Class of 2006
  215. Clinton D. Hannah, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication Class of 2012, JD Class of 2016
  216. Lisa M. Taylor, B.A. Political Science and Global Studies Class of 2013, J.D. Class of 2016
  217. Allison Rost, B.A. Communication Studies, Class of 2003
  218. Amy Whitman, B.A. Psychology & PWAD, Class of 2016
  219. Blake L. Michael, B.S. Business Administration 2008, MBA 2015
  220. Emma Dunlap, B.A. Music 2011
  221. G. Montez Thomas, Morehead-Cain Foundation, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communications Class of 2003; M.Ed School of Education, Class of 2010
  222. Kyle B. Carson, BA in Economics and Romance Languages, Class of 2012
  223. Elise Rice, PhD, Psychology and Neuroscience, Class of 2016
  224. Caroline Wood Newhall, Ph.D., History, 2020
  225. Sue Burroughs Field, B.A. English, 1971
  226. Cassandra D. Caldwell, B.A. Speech Communication, Class of 1993
  227. Christian G. Caudill, B.A. Political Science, Class of 2014
  228. Joseph Turman, B.A. Anthropology and Political Science, Class of 2015
  229. Jasmin C. Howard, B.A. African and African American Studies and Political Science, Class of 2013
  230. Danielle Janklow, BA Sociology, Class of 2006
  231. Kaila Ramsey Garza, B.A. Religious Studies & Sociology, Class of 2009
  232. Gabriel Reynolds, B.A. Music & Advertising, Class of 2013
  233. James R. Jolley, B.A. History & Political Science, Class of 2007; J.D., Class of 2014
  234. Caroline Pittman, B.S. Psychology and B.A. Women's and Gender Studies, Class of 2015
  235. Emily Bagley Jolley, B.A. History & Political Science, Class of 2007
  236. Andrew Otey, B.A. Journalism & Mass Communication, Class of 2009
  237. Rabia Gregory, M.A. and Ph.D. Religious Studies, Class of 2007
  238. Joseph Corlis, B.A. Political Science & Asian Studies, Class of 2008
  239. Bethany Sheppard, B.S. Exercise Science, Class of 1999
  240. Elizabeth Olen, B.A. Communications, Class of 2001
  241. Sebastian Cravor Shipp, B.A. Secondary Education (Mathematics), Class of 1994
  242. Kristina Ferrari Baldridge, B.A. Journalism & Mass Communications, Class of 2006
  243. Jacob D. Baldridge, B.A. English, Class of 2006
  244. Jaelyn D. Miller, B.A. Political Science and Public Policy, Class of 2016
  245. Katharine E. Stewart, B.S. Psychology, 1989
  246. Jeffrey Bruckel, MD, MPH, BSPH, Class of 2006
  247. Jennifer Serrano, J.D., Class of 2020
  248. Linda S. Kinsinger, MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education, Class of 1990
  249. Frances Evelyn Barrett, B.A. Gender Studies, Class of 2014
  250. Erica L. Davis, Masters of Arts in Teaching, Class of 2010
  251. Erin Bennett, J.D., MPH in Health Policy and Management, Class of 2020
  252. Ivy Palas, B.A. Biology, Class of 2014
  253. David Greenawald, M.S. Geosciences, Class of 2018
  254. Jeremy Crouthamel, B.A. English, Class of 2009
  255. Alanna Gillis, PhD Sociology, Class of 2020
  256. Kristin Park, M.A., Sociology; M.A. Certificate in Latin American Studies; Ph.D. Sociology, Class of 1992
  257. Maya Parson, PhD Anthropology Class of 2009
  258. Matthew Farley, B.A. Peace, War & Defense, Class of 2014; J.D., Class of 2020
  259. Alair Fritz, B.A. Romance Languages and Comparative Literature, Class of 2008
  260. Emily Bruckel, B.A. Philosophy, Class of 2011
  261. Laura Rapp, Doctor of Physical Therapy, UNC School of Medicine, Class of 2015
  262. Katherine Kissinger, J.D., Class of 2020
  263. Shanti Ross Holloway, BSBS, Class of 2000
  264. Courtney Taylor Greene, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, B.A. Economics, Class of 2015
  265. Connelly Crowe, M.S. Speech-Language Pathology, Class of 2017
  266. Katherine Novinski, B.A. Religious Studies and Public Policy, Class of 2011
  267. Eva J Archer, B.S., Chemistry, Class of 2012
  268. Shannon Wong Lerner, Ph.D., Communication Studies, Class of 2017
  269. Isabella Baez, J.D., Class of 2020
  270. Dana Andersen Reid, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2014
  271. Justin Reid, PharmD, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Class of 2018;  B.A. Chemistry, Class of 2014
  272. Alison McClay, MPH in Maternal and Child Health, Class of 2018
  273. Nick Johnson, B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Romance Languages, Class of 2013
  274. Mary Koenig, dual MSW/MPH, class of 2017; BA Psychology, class of 2014
  275. Shonnese D. Stanback, B.A. Radio, Television & Motion Pictures, Class of 1993
  276. 278. Kathryn L. Harper, B.A History & Peace, War and Defense, Class of 2014
  277. Shayna Purcell, B.S. Biology, Class of 2015
  278. Maya Weinstein, J.D. class of 2020
  279. Ronda Taylor Bullock, PhD, UNC School of Education, Class of 2019; M.A.T., Class of 2005; B.A. African American Studies and English, Class of 2004
  280. Laura Echols, B.A. Psychology, Class of 1994
  281. Dawn Imershein, B.A. Spanish & International Studies, Class of 1990; M.S. Information Science, Class of 2000
  282. Arlene Sweeting, B.A. Political Science, Class of 1989
  283. Zachary Stamper, B.A. Sociology (honors), Anthropology, Class of 2014
  284.  Sunny Osment, B.A. Global Studies & Women’s and Gender Studies, Class of 2019
  285. Ali Evarts, Carolina Scholar, B.A. Dramatic Art & Global Studies, Class of 2014
  286. Lauren Friedmann, B.S. Mathematics, B.A. Economics, Class of 2014
  287. Joel Sronce, M.A. Global Studies, Class of 2020
  288. Caroline Bixiones, B.A. Art History and Women’s Studies, Class of 2005
  289. Avani Uppalapati, B.A. English and Public Policy, Class of 2014
  290. Jessica Luginbuhl, B.A. Romance Languages and Creative Writing, Class of 2000, MPH in Maternal and Child Health, Class of 2007
  291. Jovian Z. Irvin, B.A. Psychology, Class of 2005, Senior Class President
  292. Stephanie Devane-Johnson, PhD in Nursing, Class of 2016
  293. Benjamin Blaisdell, PhD, School of Education, Class of 2006
  294. Daniel Auguste, PhD, Sociology, Class 2017
  295. Rachell Underhill, BA, Psychology, Class of 2001
  296. Danielle Fuentes Morgan, B.A. English, minor in African American studies, Class of 2005
  297. Jonathan Foland, M.A., Communication Studies, Class of 2011
  298. Dottie Blyth, B.S. Information Science, B.A. Romance Languages (French), Class of 2018; M.S. Information Science Class of 2019
  299. Otilia Enica, B.S. Psychology, Class of 2011
  300. Elizabeth Hazeltine, BA Journalism, Class of 2011
  301. Julia Scatliff O’Grady, PhD, Communication Studies, Class of 2015
  302. Brandy Potter McDonald, BA, Communication Studies, Class of 2004
  303. Jamie Becker, BS Biology, Class of 2004
  304. Teresa Day, BS in Business Administration, Class of 2007
  305. Rob Weldon, BA Anthropology, Class of 2004
  306. Ryan Kingsbury, PhD, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, 2019
  307. Julie Heideman, BS in Business Administration, Class of 2014
  308. William Brian Humphries, Master of Accounting (‘10), B.A. Classical Archaeology (‘08)
  309. Mariah K. Boudreaux, MSW (Class of 2019)
  310. Kara Zoellner, BA Economics and Sports Administration, Class of 2017
  311. T. Quantá Holden, BS Business Class 1998, MATC Class 2016
  312. Valerie Minor, MBA, Class of 2012
  313. Carolee Carlson, BA Class of 2004
  314. Claire Hannapel, BA Class of 2016
  315. Amber Cargill, BA Psychology, Class of 2004
  316. Alexis Hoyt, MPH Health Behavior, Class of 2017
  317. Abbey M. Glenn, Esq., BA Anthropology, Class of 2000
  318. Shandra M. Jones, Executive MBA Class of 2013
  319. Brian O’Grady, MBA (‘94)
  320. Danya Holtzman, BA English and History, Class of 2012, MSW Class of 2017
  321. Noa Borkan, MPH/RD in Nutrition, Class of 2019
  322. Sarah Pederson, BA Women’s & Gender Studies, Class of 2015
  323. Betsy Ayankoya, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion Officer, FPG Child Development Institute.
  324. Hannah Tobin, B.A. American Studies, Class of 2015
  325. Bobby Sharpless, B.A. Geography, Class of 2015
  326. Swati Rayasam, B.S. Biology, Class of 2013
  327. Mary Alta, B.A. Journalism, Class of 2015
  328. Taf Matika, BSPH Gillings School of Global Public Health- Nutrition, Class of 2016
  329. Katherine Reiter-Lavery, B.A. Psychology & Neuroscience, Class of 2017
  330. Anna Bobrow, B.A. Political Science, Class of 2014
  331. Callie Wallace, B.A. Women’s and Gender Studies, Class of 2016
  332. Dane Barrett M.D., B.S. Biology, Class of 2004
  333. Rakiah Anderson, MPH, 2020
  334. Kimberly Brummell, B.A. Biology, B.A. Women’s and Gender Studies, Class of 2015
  335. Katherine Flowers, MPH Health Behavior, Class of 2019 and BA Economics, Class of 2014
  336. Melanie Freeman-Chernoff, B.A. Spanish Education, Class of 1996
  337. Maribel Sierra, MPH, Health Behavior, Class of 2019 and B.A. Biology, Class of 2011
  338. Tomiko Hackett, B.A. Psychology, Class of 2015 
  339. Charlotte Taylor Fryar, Ph.D. American Studies, Class of 2019 and B.A. American Studies Class of 2013
  340. Krista Howell, B.A. Romance Languages: Spanish, Class of 2007
  341. Gina Harrison, BFA, Art, Class of 1980
  342. Rachel Burns, B.A. Anthropology; Class of 2014
  343. Sarah Nell Henninger, UNC 2015 alum, J.D. Candidate American University
  344. Shakeia Burgin, M.S. Speech Language Pathology Class of 2018 and B.A. Psychology Class of 2015
  345. Christopher Lambden, B.A. Philosophy and Political Science, Class of 2014
  346. Bailey Seitter, BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2014
  347. Gretchen A. Case, B.A. in Speech Communication and History, Class of 1991; M.A. in Communication Studies, Class of 1999  
  348. Madison McKenzie Scott, Covenant Scholar, B.A. Dramatic Art & Global Studies, Class of 2014
  349. Katy Lang, Dept of City & Regional Planning, Class of 2018
  350. Shalini Chudasama, B.S. Business Administration, Class of 2014
  351. Corinne Guard, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, Class of 2013
  352. Olivia Linn, B.A. Women’s and Gender Studies, Class of 2018
  353. Maddy Sweitzer-Lamme B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies and American Studies, Class of 2018
  354. Edwige Stephen, B.A., International Studies and French, Class of 1996
  355. Mindy Dawn Friedman, B.A., English/Education, Class of 1991
  356. Caroline Oppenheimer, PhD, Undergraduate Class of 2006
  357. Rebecca Payne, MPH, Health Behavior, Class of 2019
  358. Catherine Paul, B.A. English, 1993
  359. Jennifer E. Larson, M.D., Class of 2000
  360. Treasure Williams, BA in Psychology and History, Class of 2018; Master of Social Work, Class of 2020
  361. Rebekah Hughey, MD, Class of 2008, School of Medicine
  362. Madhu Vulimiri, BSPH, Health Policy and Management, Class of 2014
  363. Doris J. Dixon, JD, Class of 2004, School of Law
  364. Tia Hall Barnes, B.A. Journalism & Mass Communications, Class of 1998
  365. Anitra Goodman Royster, B.A., Psychology, 1999
  366. Willie Wright, PhD, Geography 2017
  367. Kerry Rake, B.A Communication Studies and Psychology, 1997
  368. Charlie McGeehan, B.A. Afro-American Studies and Political Science, 2009
  369. Sydney Lockhart, B.S.P.H., B.S. Anthropology, 2018, M.S. Environmental Sciences, 2019
  370. Johanna Meola, B.A. Elementary Education, 2009
  371. Osiris Rankin, B.A. in Psychology, Class of 2014
  372. Walter Sharpton, MBA, Class of 2011
  373. Maritza Mendoza, B.S. Environmental Sciences, Class of 2014
  374. Yousuf Al-Bulushi, PhD, Geography, 2014
  375. Roger Nascimento, Fellow, Public Policy & Global Public Health, 2007
  376. Celia Hammond, B.A. Romance Languages and Political Science, Class of 2006
  377. Roger Nascimento, Fellow, Public Policy & Global Public Health, 2007
  378. Celia Hammond, B.A. Romance Languages and Political Science, Class of 2006
  379. Stephanie Baker, PhD, Health Behavior, Class of 2013
  380. Cecelia Moore, PhD, History, Class of 2013
  381. Liza Gellerstedt, BA, History, Class of 2007 and Social Work, MSW, Class of 2010
  382. Makala Carrington, Graduate Student, Gillings School of Global Public Health
  383. Michael A. Betts II, BA Communications, Class of 2011
  384. Carmen Betts, BA Education/ Spanish, Class of 2011,  MSA Education, Class of 2020
  385. Kathryn Singsank, BA Economics, Class of 2013

386.         Marla Page Riddick, BA Psychology, Class of 1999

387.         Amelia Forrest Kaye, BA Political Science and LTAM. Class of 2006

388.        Karen Stegman, BA Comparative Literature, Class of 1991

389.         Jillian La Serna, Ed.D. Educational Leadership, 2017

Supporting Units/Organizations:

  1. SSC (graduate student DEI committee), UNC Biology Department
  2. Raíces Collective, occupying School of Education space
  3. Global Food Research Program, Carolina Population Center
  4. Carolina Pride LGBTQ+ Alum Network (CPAN) Board
  5. Plan for All, Department of City and Regional Planning
  6. NC Formerly Incarcerated Transition (FIT) Program
  7. CDS Courses, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University

Supporting Public/Individuals:

  1. Annis Cassells, MA, CSU, Bakersfield
  2. Michael Gatewood, JD
  3. Lisa Savage, Durham, NC
  4. Amanda Ingraham, B.A. University of Texas at Austin
  5. Judy Amalia Raby, Chapel Hill, NC
  6. Lynne Walter, MSW
  7. Arlene Medder, Durham, NC
  8. Yvette Huet, Ph.D. UNC Charlotte
  9. Anna Wilson, Ph.D., Duke University, currently at University of California San Diego
  10. Ashley Lucas, Associate Professor of Theatre & Drama and the Residential College, University of Michigan (formerly an Assistant Professor at UNC Chapel Hill)
  11. Margo Faulk, MD, MPH, PGY-1 Resident in the Department of Family Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill
  12. Laila Nur, Community Organizer, Durham NC
  13. Pat Roos, PhD, Durham, NC
  14. Matt Armstrong, Durham, NC
  15. Abigail Overton, Native Chapel Hillian
  16. Timothy Blackmon, Durham, NC
  17. Brenda Amezquita-Castro, Chapel Hill, NC
  18. Fabiola Salas Villalobos, Chapel Hill, NC
  19. Helena Knego, Chapel Hill, NC
  20. Dorian Aidee Gomez Pestana, Durham, NC
  21. Nicci Gafinowitz, Chapel Hill, NC
  22.  Melissa McDaniels, Okemos, MI, University of Wisconsin-Madison