Feb. 13, 2018
The UNC General Alumni Association has received three recent awards for its work from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for the Southeastern district of the U.S. Two of the GAA’s awards in...Read More
Jan. 16, 2018
Lloyd Kramer has a way with people that brings out the best in them — and sometimes brings large checks as well. When he was acting director of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities,...Read More
Jan. 12, 2018
The history professor who directs UNC’s humanities program was honored Friday with the GAA’s Faculty Service Award. The GAA Board of Directors presented the award to Lloyd Kramer, faculty director of Carolina Public Humanities. The...Read More
The UNC General Alumni Association has received two awards for its programs and publications for 2011 from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for the Southeastern district of the U.S. Kenan-Flagler Business School also won an award for its research magazine.
The GAA received an Award of Excellence for Overall Alumni Relations Programs for the eighth consecutive year, recognizing the GAA’s offerings related to career services, travel, lifelong learning, reunions, Carolina Clubs, athletics, admissions, Family Camp, legislative advocacy, and programs and events for young alumni, current students and their families.
The award recognizes excellence in the development and management of institutional advancement programs, with emphasis on planning, execution and evaluation of results.
The Carolina Alumni Review earned a Special Merit Award for “The Divine Miss Kitty,” a profile of Katherine Carmichael in the September/October issue. Carmichael, dean of women from 1946 to 1972, is one of Carolina’s most enduring characters for the impact she had on individual students and on the rules that governed their campus lives.
The GAA’s print and electronic publications have been recognized with national or district CASE awards each year since 1996.
Kenan-Flagler won a Special Merit Award for its magazine, R.O.I. Research Insights From UNC Kenan-Flagler.
CASE is the largest international association of educational institutions. It supports the work of alumni relations, communications and fundraising professionals at more than 3,200 schools, colleges, universities and related organizations in 55 countries.