Carolina Public Humanities is pleased to announce a new fellowship and adams-emailsizeworkshop for graduate students in the humanities, arts, and social sciences: “The Maynard Adams Fellowship for the Public Humanities.”  This fellowship honors the distinguished philosopher Maynard Adams (1919-2003), who was a long-time professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, a prominent advocate for the value of the humanities in public education and in public cultures, and a campus leader who established the Program in the Humanities and Human Values in 1979.  The new Adams Fellowships are made possible by a generous gift from the Taylor Charitable Trust.

Click here to apply to be a 2017-18 Adams Fellow

Click here to meet past Adams Fellows