Philanthropy has always been an important tradition at Carolina. One only has to recall the great university names of Davie, Battle, Graham, Kenan, Hill, Morehead and of course, education philanthropist George Peabody whose investments created and transformed this great university.
The School of Education welcomes all levels of private support to further our mission and bring the best of what we know about learning to children and schools everywhere. Contributions perpetuate the tradition of greatness and ensure that each generation will experience the Carolina tradition.
At the School of Education, private contributions impact this country’s urgent need for teachers, counselors, principals, administrators and professors. It is estimated that two million teachers will be needed within the next decade. Our School of Education is committed not only to educating teachers to fill that gap but also developing leaders who can make necessary change in education throughout our country.
For more information, please browse this website to learn more about ways of giving and the impact your gift will make on teaching, scholarship, and research at the School of Education.
Profiles in Giving
- Giving back: The Chapman Graduate Fellowship supports doctoral students in literacy
- Reaching out in a wider way: The Pittleman Fellowship funds special education research and study
- Master’s students gain opportunities for international travel and study, thanks to Professor Gerald Unks