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April 26, 2013   About 10,000 people from across North Carolina attended the 2013 Science Expo, held April 13 on the campus of The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The annual event is part of the N.C. Science Festival, a multi-day celebration hosted by UNC’s Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, which showcases the… Read more »

April 08, 2013 In a March 21 posting on the website of Endeavors, UNC’s research magazine, Mark Derewicz writes about Rose Cory, PhD, assistant professor of environmental sciences and engineering at the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Cory has “unmasked a new culprit in the case of quickening climate change,” writes Derewicz, in his… Read more »

April 02, 2013 Dr. Anthony Hackney accepts University of Santiago’s Medal of Distinction for his research and advocacy in Latin America. Anthony Hackney, PhD, was named last month by the University of Santiago (Chile) as one of two recipients of its Medal of Distinction, the highest honor awarded by the university. A professor of nutrition… Read more »

  February 18, 2013 Jerry P. Lanier, principal deputy coordinator for the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism, met with public health and other leaders on The University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill on Feb. 15. Left to right are the ambassador’s wife, Catherine Kannenberg, PhD, Ambassador Lanier, Peggy Bentley, PhD, Suzanne… Read more »

February 14, 2013   This article, featuring research by Dr. Peggy Bentley, was written by Mark Derewicz, in the UNC Office of Research Communications. It appeared in the Feb. 13 issue of University Gazette. Bentley is associate dean for global health and distinguished professor of nutrition at the Gillings School.   Dr. Bentley It’s no… Read more »

January 18, 2013 Greg Allgood, PhD, director of Procter and Gamble’s Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program, was one of 17 celebrities and clean water advocates who climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro this month to draw attention to the nearly one billion people in the world without access to clean drinking water. Alumnus Greg Allgood carried the UNC… Read more »

January 08, 2013 Moms, especially those who are obese, are more likely to use television to entertain and soothe infants who are more fussy and active, according to researchers at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The finding adds to the growing body of knowledge… Read more »

January 03, 2013   Josh Nesbit Josh Nesbit, executive director and co-founder of Medic Mobile, a nongovernmental organization that employs mobile technologies to improve health care in challenging settings, has been selected as keynote speaker for the Gillings School of Global Public Health spring 2013 commencement, to be held Saturday, May 11, at 1 p.m…. Read more »

December 06, 2012 Dr. Myron Cohen Myron S. Cohen, MD, an acclaimed physician and researcher who has spent the last three decades studying the transmission and prevention of HIV/AIDS, will deliver the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill commencement address on Sunday, Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. in the Dean E. Smith Center in… Read more »

November 30, 2012 When one door closes, open another.   That was Alicia Stokes’ mantra when the University had to cancel her trip to Haiti. Stokes, an executive master’s candidate in health policy and management at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, had been selected from approximately 100 applicants to take part in an… Read more »