Bill Malloy

Black Alumni of the School of Education hosting luncheon Nov. 1

The Black Alumni of the School of Education – BASE – will hold its annual “Coming Home: BASE Celebration” luncheon on Nov. 1.

At the event, former School of Education faculty member Bill Malloy will be presented with the 2014 Impact Award.

Malloy retired from the School of Education in 2007 after a 44-year career in education. Malloy came to work at Carolina in 1992, teaching and mentoring students in educational administration and leadership. He chaired 30 doctoral students’ dissertation committees.

This will be the fourth year that BASE has awarded its Impact Award.

BASE members will also award its first BASE Fellowship, a $1,000 scholarship that will be given to Nitasha Clark, who works as a graduate research assistant with the First School Project at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.

The luncheon will begin at noon and will be held at the Carolina Inn.

Those wishing to attend the BASE Luncheon are asked to RSVP by 10/24 to Laurie Norman at 919-843-6979 or