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Recognitions and Awards

Lesneski recognized for her work with Florida Dept. of Health

April 01, 2008   Photograph, Dr. Cheryll Lesneski Cheryll D. Lesneski, DrPH, clinical assistant professor in the School’s Public Health Leadership Program, was recognized recently with a 2008 Prudential-Davis Productivity Award. The awards program is a public-private initiative chaired by Florida’s lieutenant governor and sponsored by Florida Taxwatch, The Florida Council of 100 and the… Read more »

Two School of Public Health programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report

March 31, 2008 Two School of Public Health programs were among the top-ranked graduate schools and programs for 2009, as determined by U.S. News and World Report magazine. The School’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering and the collaborative Environmental Policy and Management Program were ranked tenth and eighth in their respective fields. Following is… Read more »

Earp receives Carolina Women’s Leadership Council Mentoring Award

February 26, 2008   Dr. Jo Anne Earp Jo Anne Earp, ScD, professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, has been honored for her long history of mentoring students, staff and junior faculty. The Carolina Women’s Leadership Council selected Earp to receive its 2008 Faculty Mentoring Award, particularly for her work with… Read more »

Peter Leone appointed to board of National Coalition of STD Directors

February 26, 2008 Dr. Peter A. Leone Dr. Peter A. Leone, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases and an associate professor in the UNC schools of Medicine and Public Health, has been appointed to the board of directors of the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD). The coalition is a partnership of public health professionals… Read more »

Students take second place in national health care case competition

February 26, 2008 Photo, (L-R) Borrelli, Geiger and Harmon, with presenter, Dr. Ray Watts Three graduate students from the UNC School of Public Health’s Department of Health Policy and Administration took second place recently in a national health care case study competition hosted by the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The UNC team included master’s… Read more »

Kotch to spend semester in Edinburgh on Kenan research leave

January 29, 2008   Photograph, Dr. Jonathan Kotch Jonathan Kotch, MD, MPH, professor of maternal and child health at the School of Public Health, is spending the next six months in Edinburgh, Scotland, having received 2007-2008 competitive Kenan research leave. There, he will help implement a comprehensive injury prevention plan for Scottish children and youth…. Read more »

Rusyn selected for Society of Toxicology honor

January 28, 2008   Photograph, Dr. Ivan Rusyn Ivan Rusyn , MD, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, has been selected to receive the Society of Toxicology’s Achievement Award. Rusyn received his doctorate at UNC in 2000 and worked as a postdoctoral fellow for a year before joining the faculty… Read more »

Zeisel receives American Society for Nutrition research award

December 20, 2007   Photograph, Dr. Steven Zeisel Steven Zeisel, MD, PhD, will receive the American Society for Nutrition’s Osborne and Mendel Award in recognition of outstanding recent basic accomplishments in nutrition. The award will be presented at the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology international meeting in San Diego, Calif., on April 6,… Read more »

Coleman named one of first Working on Women in Science scholars

December 11, 2007 Photograph, Dr. Rosalind Coleman The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has named the first fellows in the Working on Women in Science program, a campus-wide initiative to foster the advancement of women in science and medicine. Rosalind Coleman, MD, professor of nutrition in the School of Public Health and professor… Read more »

Kaluzny speaks at International Hospital Federation conference in Seoul

  December 10, 2007 Photo, Kaluzny with Kwang Tae Kim, president, Asian Hospital Federation Arnold Kaluzny, PhD, delivered the keynote address Nov. 6 at the International Hospital Federation’s 35th World Hospital Congress in Seoul, South Korea. More than 2500 hospital leaders, health professionals and researchers from more than 50 countries participated in the event. Kaluzny,… Read more »