Posts Categorized: Recognitions and Awards

Umble to receive Balderson leadership support award

April 04, 2007 Photograph of Karl Umble Karl Umble, Ph.D., program planner and evaluator for the North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH), has been chosen as the recipient of the 2007 Balderson Award for Support of Public Health Leadership Development. This award, presented by the National Public Health Leadership Development Network, is given to… Read more »

School staffer receives Southern writers award

April 03, 2007 Pamela Duncan, a staff member of the North Carolina Institute for Public Health, has been awarded the James Still Award for Writing about the Appalachian South by the Fellowship of Southern Writers. The Institute for Public Health is a unit of the UNC School of Public Health.The award was presented March 30… Read more »

Drs. Mark Sobsey and Gerardo Heiss named Kenan professors

April 02, 2007   Photograph of Dr. Gerardo Heiss Photograph of Dr. Mark Sobsey Drs. Gerardo Heiss and Mark Sobsey have been named Kenan professors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Public Health, endowed faculty positions awarded to outstanding scholars and teachers. “Dr. Heiss and Dr. Sobsey each have made… Read more »

Biostatistics faculty, alumni and students active and honored in ENAR

  March 27, 2007 Faculty and students from the School’s Department of Biostatistics turned out in record numbers recently to participate in the 2007 annual meeting of the Eastern North American Region (ENAR) of the International Biometric Society (IBS). More than 1100 of ENAR’s 1380 members attended this year’s meeting on March 11-14 in Atlanta,… Read more »

Zeng and Lin read paper to Royal Statistical Society

  March 13, 2007 Photograph of Dr. Donglin Zeng Photograph of Dr. Danyu Lin Drs. Donglin Zeng and Danyu Lin, professors in the School’s Department of Biostatistics, read a paper to the Royal Statistical Society (RSS) at its Ordinary Meeting in London on Jan. 31, 2007. The paper provides a new statistical methodology that can… Read more »

University honors 10 teachers with distinguished professorships; two from School of Public Health

March 09, 2007 Photograph of Dr. Gerardo Heiss Photograph of Dr. Mark Sobsey The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has announced the latest recipients of its 2007 distinguished professorships, which are among the highest campus-wide recognitions of excellence. Drs. Gerardo Heiss and Mark Sobsey from the School of Public Health are two of… Read more »

Students take first place in international health care case competition

March 08, 2007 A team of graduate students from the School’s Department of Health Policy and Administration took first place recently in an international health care case competition held at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business in Tempe, AZ, on Saturday, Feb. 24. Photograph of HPPA students UNC team members Brooke Anderson (captain),… Read more »

Swenberg chosen for Society of Toxicology’s Merit Award

  March 02, 2007   Photograph of Dr. James A. Swenberg Dr. James A. Swenberg , Kenan Distinguished Professor of environmental sciences in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health’s department of environmental sciences and engineering, will receive the Society of Toxicology’s (SOT) Merit Award during SOT’s annual meeting on… Read more »

Kupper receives 2007 Distinguished Teaching Award for lifetime achievement

February 22, 2007 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Wednesday, Feb. 21, announced recipients of the 2007 distinguished teaching awards, the highest campus-wide recognition for teaching excellence.   Photograph of Dr. Lawrence Kupper   Dr. Lawrence Kupper, professor in biostatistics, School of Public Health, received the Mentor Award for Lifetime Achievement, which… Read more »

UNC announces 2006-07 recipients of endowed distinguished professorships

February 13, 2007 In the past year, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill named 35 faculty members – three from the School of Public Health – to endowed professorships. These designations, created through gifts to the university, recognize excellence in teaching and research. A key goal of the university’s Carolina First Campaign is… Read more »