Dr. Enrique Neblett, an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, will serve on a Faculty Advisory Committee on the Confederate Statute for the UNC Office of Faculty Governance.

The creation of the new faculty advisory committee is to be included by the university administration in all planning for the disposition of the statute and related actions or developments and was passed recently in resolutions 2018-10 and 2019-1 by the UNC Faculty Council. Recommendations were solicited from the entire faculty at Carolina and Dr. Neblett, along with 14 other faculty who represent a range of departments and schools, have agreed to serve. Dr. Theodore Shaw from the School of Law will chair the Faculty Advisory Committee on the Confederate Statute.

Members of the Faculty Advisory Committee on the Confederate Statue include:

Adaora Adimora, Infectious Diseases, School of Medicine
Travis Albritton, School of Social Work
Rumay Alexander, School of Nursing; Vice Chancellor, Diversity and Inclusion
Ex officio as chair of the Committee on Community and Diversity
Maria Estorino, University Libraries
Rhonda Gibson, School of Media and Journalism
Ex officio as chair of the Faculty Welfare Committee
James Leloudis, History, College of Arts and Sciences
Malinda Maynor Lowery, History, College of Arts and Sciences; Director, Center for the Study of the American South
Derrick Matthews, Health Behavior, School of Public Health
Mark McNeilly, Marketing, School of Business
Enrique Neblett, Psychology and Neuroscience, College of Arts and Sciences
David Owens, School of Government
Ex officio as chair of the Buildings and Grounds Committee
Dana Rice, Public Health Leadership Program, School of Public Health
Theodore Shaw, School of Law
Kim Strom-Gottfried, School of Social Work; Director, Office of Ethics and Policy
Erika Wilson, School of Law

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