UNCSA is partnering with The Posse Foundation on a new initiative conceived in collaboration with Lin-Manuel Miranda to recruit, train and support talented students who might be missed through traditional avenues. UNCSA is the third school to join Posse Arts, an expansion of the nationwide Posse Scholars program.
"The vision statement was developed by the EDIB Executive Advisory Committee and endorsed by our UNCSA Board of Trustees and by our SGA, Faculty and Staff councils, and Executive Cabinet. It was created through in-depth exercises of sharing and listening to many voices of our faculty, staff and students."
Eugenia Cheng, mathematician, pianist and author of "How to Bake Pi," "x+y: A Mathematician's Manifesto for Rethinking Gender," and "The Art of Logic: How to Make Sense in a World that Doesn't," will present a lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 15 via Zoom.
Mathematician Lauren Baucom will present "Fake News and Bad Stats: What Can We Trust?" lecture in Watson Hall at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 5. She is part of the High School Academic Program's Social Justice Lecture Series.
"As a community, we do not tolerate violence or discrimination of any kind and are standing in solidarity with the AAPI community in our nation, state, city and right here on our campus."
UNCSA is committed to creating a welcoming environment that enables all students, faculty and staff to thrive. This report shares progress from the fall 2020 semester on initiatives related to our community's commitment to improving areas of equity, diversity and inclusion. The efforts listed below build upon the goals established in the campus EDI Framework.
UNCSA Drama recognizes that many communities are subject to systemic oppression, be they categorized by race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, cultural background, socioeconomic status, physical ability, or neurological difference.
Here, artists and educators strive to create a more just and compassionate community. By embracing this mission, we are adhering to four commitments.
The School of Music community, both faculty and students, are actively addressing equity, diversity and inclusion, and specifically, the intentional, historical disregard for the contributions of nonwhite, female-identifying, and LGBTQIA+ musicians and composers.