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UNC School of Government Case Statement

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Everything we do is driven by a motivation that's profoundly human. Carolina's deep roots in public service have grown into a University-wide effort to make more than just a difference, but a better future. We act because we must. Humanity needs us, and we will show the world the strength in humanity. The UNC School of Government will be central to that vision. For all that's now, for all that's new, for all that's next, we will continue to forge forward, imbued with compassion and compelled by circumstance. With your help, we will maximize our impact, ensuring it is felt across North Carolina and throughout the world. I'm so proud of the work the UNC School of Government has done over the past 80 years. Our faculty have dedicated their exper tise to improving Nor th Carolina by making local and state government more effective and resilient. The school has been integral to Nor th Carolina's development and will continue to play a critical role in ensuring its strong future. With this historic campaign, we are poised to significantly increase our impact. The gifts we receive will enable us to serve more communities with greater resources. This is truly a transformative opportunity, the kind that comes along only once in a great while. And the timing is perfect. The demand for public ser vices is greater than ever, the issues facing governments are more complex and the need for innovative solutions to community challenges is considerable. With your support, we will help North Carolina public officials find ways to not only respond to this new environment, but also to strengthen their communities and our state going forward. Sincerely, Michael R. Smith Dean, UNC School of Government Dear Friends of Carolina, "We challenge our students not just to learn what is already known but to create what is not yet known as they stand shoulder to shoulder with thinkers and researchers whose discoveries are changing our world." — Chancellor Carol L. Folt ONE-CAROLINA_GOVERNMENT_2_mech_r.indd 2-1 11/3/17 12:12 PM

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