The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has named UNCSA one of the most improved educational institutions in the nation for fundraising in its 2020 Educational Fundraising Awards.
UNCSA Filmmaking students who participate in the ArtistCorps program volunteer at Brunson Elementary School to enhance student learning outcomes by teaching them the fundamentals of filmmaking.
Mary Lynn and John Wigodsky are the 2020 recipients of the Giannini Society Award, one of the most prestigious honors bestowed by UNCSA.
Design & Production alumna and Drama faculty member Ann-Louise Wolf develops a method of voice and speech training to prepare children for reading at local Easton Elementary School.
"I thought of making this film as a necessity instead of something I wanted to do," says Kapoor, a fourth-year film student. "I felt like if I didn't make it, I was going to lose something in my artistic practice."
Students in the School of Music embrace entrepreneurship to bring music to the community through organizations like the Cross The Line Project, Grace Notes and The Lullaby Project.
"It gives me a drive to keep going and to create, because in receiving a scholarship, someone's telling you 'we're going to give you money because we think that what you're doing is good. And we see potential in what you're doing.'"
UNCSA has received a pledge of a $2 million planned gift from an anonymous graduate of the School of Music, which will fund merit-based scholarships. It is the largest documented gift from a graduate in UNCSA history.