The University received $190 million in gifts and private grants in fiscal year 2004 – the largest amount received in a single year in UNC’s history.
“This has been a stellar year for Carolina,” Chancellor James Moeser said after the news was…
Tar Heel born and bred, Charles Milton Shaffer ’35 devoted much of his life to helping the University grow. Carolina’s first director of development – essentially a one-man fund-raising office for many years – died in Winston-Salem on July 12. He…
Eli N. Evans ’58, president emeritus of the Charles H. Revson Foundation of New York, recently was honored by the foundation with a $250,000 gift to UNC’s Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, which was launched in spring 2003.
One of Gladys Coates’ wishes for the University was published biographies of all of its presidents and chancellors and of her husband Albert Coates ’18, who with her help founded and built the Institute of Government.
A gift of nearly $1 million…