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Planning for the 30th annual Minority Health Conference

Planning for the 30th annual Minority Health Conference February 26, 2009 <p” align=”left”> By Alice Wang <p” align=”left”> <p” align=”left”> A flyer advertising this year’s Minority Health Conference Since 1977, the Minority Student Caucus (MSC) has worked hard to organize an annual minority health Conference. While small in its beginnings, this conference has grown to… Read more »

PHLP alumna Judy Southern honored for helping establish children’s clinic

PHLP alumna Judy Southern honored for helping establish children’s clinic Judy Southern, a PHLP alumna, was among the North Carolina recipients of the GlaxoSmithKline Child Health Recognition Awards for improving children’s health. Judy was recognized along with the rest of the staff of the Sunnyside Medical Clinic, a free children’s clinic in Winston-Salem. All nominees… Read more »

Dan Gatti wins 2005 IT Award

Dan Gatti wins 2005 IT Award May 05, 2005 The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering is pleased to announce Daniel M. Gatti, ESE’s Computing Consultant, has won a 2005 IT Award. Don Fox comments, “Dan’s skills and abilities to provide computer support to our large complex department are remarkable. I continually get unsolicited positive… Read more »

Drummey wins 2008 Bunker Award

Drummey wins 2008 Bunker Award The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering is pleased to announce Patricia N. Drummey (MSEE ’07, Characklis Advisor) as the recipient of the 2008 George C. Bunker Award. Her nomination was led by Professor Greg Characklis who stated in his letter that “Tricia consistently challenged herself in the classroom, despite… Read more »

David DeMarini Elected President of the International Association of Environmental Mutagen Societies

David DeMarini Elected President of the International Association of Environmental Mutagen Societies February 10, 2006 ESE Adjunct Professor, Dr. David DeMarini has been elected President of the International Association of Environmental Mutagen Societies (IAEMS). Its primary purpose is to provide a means whereby those engaged in environmental mutagenesis research and related fields in all countries… Read more »

Inaugural Gillings Student Organization Service Project Awards announced

Inaugural Gillings Student Organization Service Project Awards announced January 14, 2011 Engineers Without Borders (EWB) and GlobeMed at UNC, two student organizations strongly affiliated with UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, have received the School’s first Gillings Student Organization Service Project Awards.   UNC’s Engineers Without Borders members have worked in Ciudad de Dios,… Read more »

Resume Rescue: A career saver

Resume Rescue: A career saver February 09, 2010 Written by Yasmeen Zamamiri Local professionals advise students at the Resume Rescue. Six professionals, two days, one mission: to rescue the resume. On Thursday, January 28th and Friday, January 29th, students from across all departments in the Gillings School of Global Public Health came out to the… Read more »

2006 Biostatistics Award Winners

2006 Biostatistics Award Winners May 10, 2006 The Department of Biostatistics recently recognized staff members for achievements during the year through the Star Heels awards program. This program, sponsored by TIAA-CREF, allows departments to award a $25 gift certificate to a deserving employee. The following employees are our Star Heels winners: Anna Hoffmeyer, Calling Room… Read more »

Leone recognized for service to HIV/STD care in North Carolina

Leone recognized for service to HIV/STD care in North Carolina December 16, 2008 <p”> Dr. Peter Leone Peter A. Leone, MD, adjunct associate professor of epidemiology in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health Department of Epidemiology, has received the 2008 Marty Prairie Award from the North Carolina… Read more »

Endeavors highlights work of Van Rie, student photographers

Endeavors highlights work of Van Rie, student photographers October 16, 2008 The current issue of Endeavors magazine features the work of a faculty member and two students at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. “Return of the Fatal Cough” describes the resurgence of tuberculosis and the research of Annelies Van Rie, MD, PhD,… Read more »