The Association for Women Faculty and Professionals at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers women faculty and professionals opportunities for fun, networking and learning through social activities, seminars, discussion groups and other events. Our diverse membership includes faculty, researchers, administrators, librarians, communicators, fundraisers, medical and legal professionals, and other UNC faculty and staff.
We aim to create a hospitable environment for women faculty and professionals on this campus by
- Promoting intellectual and social discourse
- Facilitating networking among professional women on campus
- Disseminating information concerning achievements of and opportunities for women
- Initiating programs that serve the interests of the members and benefit the university community
- Advocating for policies and practices that promote women’s equity and diversity on campus
When: May 8, 2019, 12-1:30pm
Where: Carolina Club, Hill Alumni Hall
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Carol Reuss (1932 – 2018)
UNC School of Media and Journalism Professor Emeritus Carol Reuss died Monday, Dec. 31, 2018.
Reuss was a pioneer as one of the first women on the faculty when she joined the school in 1976. She taught the first public relations courses in the school and helped build the school’s PR specialization.
After teaching, Reuss served as an associate provost at UNC from 1987-94. She was inducted into the NC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame in 1996.
In retirement, Reuss remained an active voice in the school community and an advocate for women’s leadership.
Memorials in Reuss’ name may be made to the Carol Reuss Fund at the School of Media and Journalism Foundation. Donations may be sent to Wendy Borman, Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Affairs, at P.O. Box 309, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514-0309 — or make an online gift at give.unc.edu and enter “Carol Reuss Fund” in the search box.
The school will host a memorial service for Reuss from 2-4 p.m. on, Sunday, Feb. 17, in Carroll Hall’s Freedom Forum. Speakers will include Dean Susan King, Dean Emeritus Richard Cole, Professor Emeritus and former interim dean Tom Bowers and former student Rhonda Beatty ’87.
Read The Daily Tar Heel’s story on Reuss: “Trailblazer UNC professor Carol Reuss dies at 86.”
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