The Winston House Discovery Series spotlights Carolina faculty, students, and alumni who are making a mark on the world. These monthly events at Winston House feature lively conversation with fellow Tar Heels.
Questions? Contact Stephanie Berke, Winston House Director, at 0207 631 1545.
Spring 2018 Events
An Evening of Conversation with Peter Mallinson ’81 and ’83 MBA, Vice Chairman, Brown Advisory Ltd.
Wednesday, March 14
An Evening of Conversation with Heather O’Reilly ’09, Midfielder, Arsenal Women Football Club, Three-time Olympic gold and World Cup winner, US Women’s National Team
Thursday, April 19
Fall 2017 Events
“Recovering a Forgotten History: British slave-ownership and its legacies,” Keith McClelland, Researcher and Digital Humanities Specialist, Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slave-Ownership, University College London
Wednesday, October 4
“Big Fish the Book, the Movie, the Musical: The Adaptation of an Idea,” Daniel Wallace, J. Ross MacDonald Distinguished Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at UNC
Wednesday, November 29
Spring 2017 Events
An Evening of Conversation with Peaches Golding ’76, OBE, High Sheriff of Bristol
Thursday, February 16
Fall 2016 Events
“The Power of Words and the Inspiring Leadership of Winston Churchill,” Celia Sandys, Churchill’s granddaughter
Monday, October 31
“The Global Refugee Crisis, Terror, and the ‘Clash of Civilizations,'” Robert Crews ’92, Associate Professor of History, Stanford University
Thursday, December 1
Spring 2016 Events
An Evening of Conversation with Phil Smith, Director of Sport England
Tuesday, February 2
“Ethics and a Blueprint for Better Business,” Andrea Ponti ’85, founder and partner, GHO Capital LLP
Thursday, March 17
Fall 2015 Events
An Evening of Conversation with Chad Pike, ’93
Senior Managing Director & Vice Chairman of Blackstone Europe
Tuesday, September 15
The Enigma at Bletchley Park
Featuring Thomas Briggs, Education Officer, Bletchley Park
Thursday, November 19
The Winston House Discovery Series is sponsored by Honors Carolina and the College of Arts and Sciences with support from UNC Global and the General Alumni Association.