Chancellor's Fellow Program
Established in 2014, the Chancellor’s Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for talented graduating seniors interested in a career in public service to explore and understand the inner workings of a higher education institution.
Fellows have regular interaction with senior leadership and are assigned to projects both within the Chancellor’s Office and in other units across the University. While assignments vary, Chancellor’s Fellows engage in meaningful work and develop a variety of project management skills in addition to advanced critical thinking, research and writing skills. The 2018-2019 Chancellor’s Fellows have worked with the Office of University Development, UNC Global, Three Zeros Environmental Initiative and Carolina Center for Public Service.
The Chancellor’s Fellowship is a full-time one-year position with salary and benefits beginning in June 2019. Applicants must be a member of the graduating class of December 2018 or May 2019. Fellows interact with a variety of Carolina constituencies including senior officers, faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members, and have many opportunities for personal growth and career development.
If you have any questions about the program or the application process, please email email@example.com.
- Tanner Glenn
- Sarah Elizabeth Leck
- Austin Mueller
- Janssen White
- Dale Bass
- Rachel Gogal
- Julia Stroup
- Emily Auerbach
- Olivia Farley
- Katrina Hauprich
- Christy Lambden
- Katherine Phillips
- Lara Taylor
Chancellor's Science Scholars
The Chancellor’s Science Scholars program provides financial and academic support to encourage talented underrepresented students to pursue Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degrees in science and mathematics. Through the program, scholars are immersed in research opportunities early in their Carolina careers, both on and off campus.
The Chancellor’s Science Scholars program is based in the College of Arts and Sciences and is modeled after the nationally recognized Meyerhoff Scholars Program at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
Learn more about the Chancellor’s Science Scholars Program and how to become a scholar at the Chancellor’s Science Scholar website.
Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor
The Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor is a forum for student leaders to identify issues, challenges, and successes relevant to the student body and the University, and work collaboratively and strategically with the Chancellor and University leadership about how to best address them.
Previous Presidents and Chancellors
|Charles W. Harris||1796 (July – Dec.)|
|Joseph Caldwell||1796 – 1797|
|James S. Gillespie||1797 – 1799|
|Joseph Caldwell||1799 – 1804|
|Robert Hett Chapman||1812-1816|
|Elisha Mitchell (Acting)||1835 (Feb. – Dec.)|
|David Lowry Swain||1835-1868|
|Kemp Plummer Battle||1876-1891|
|George Tayloe Winston||1891-1896|
|Edwin Anderson Alderman||1896-1900|
|Francis Preston Venable||1900-1913|
|Edward Kidder Graham (Acting)||1913-1914|
|Edward Kidder Graham||1914-1918|
|Harry Woodburn Chase||1919-1930|
|Frank Porter Graham||1930-1934|
Chancellor, UNC-Chapel Hill
|Robert Burton House|
|Dean of Administration||1934-1945|
|William Brantley Aycock||1957-1964|
|Paul F. Sharp||1964-1966|
|J. Carlyle Sitterson||1966-1972|
|N. Ferebee Taylor||1972-1980|
|Christopher C. Fordham||1980-1988|
|William O. McCoy (Acting & Interim)||1999-2000|
|Carol L. Folt||2013-2019|