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ADOBE Grants for Communicating Research with Digital Media

Grants will help 13 Carolina researchers polish digital media skills

Thirteen UNC-Chapel Hill faculty members will receive funding to develop their digital media skills and use Adobe tools to communicate their research.

The 2024-25 “Communicating Research with Digital Media” grants are a partnership between UNC-Chapel Hill and Adobe. The University Libraries administers the grant program along with the Center for Faculty Excellence.

The researchers selected for the program represent a range of disciplines and units, from the arts and humanities to STEM to professional programs. The cohort is made up of early-career faculty, as well as a postdoctoral fellow.

Congratulations to the following recipients. The University Libraries looks forward to working with you!

2024-2025 Grant Recipients

Kelly Alexander
Assistant Professor, American Studies

Maureen J. Baker
Associate Professor, School of Nursing

Ayomide Bankole
Postdoctoral fellow, Nursing

Graham Culbertson
Teaching Assistant Professor, English and Comparative Literature

Helyne Frederick
Clinical Associate Professor, Education

Leslie Frost
Teaching Professor, English and Comparative Literature

Zachary Yukio Kerr
Associate Professor, Exercise and Sport Science

Elliott Kuecker
Teaching Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science

Shawn Luby
Assistant Professor, Health Sciences, Division of Clinical Laboratory Science

Megan Parpart Williams
Associate Professor, School of Nursing

Shane Peterson
Teaching Assistant Professor, English and Comparative Literature

Kevin Slep
Associate Professor, Biology

Kimberley Williams
Assistant Professor, Management and Corporate Communication