Carolina Public Health magazine - Building and Inspiring Leaders (Spring, 2008)

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From the Dean’s desk PDF
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Public Health Leaders: Setting the goals, setting the pace, setting the example PDF
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Leading the way PDF
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Relying on herself, looking out for the children
(Sarah Morrow)
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The day that changed North Carolina public health
(Leah Devlin)
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Integrity with a capital “I”
(Deborah Parham Hopson)
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Moulton pairs law, public health expertise to influence health policy (Sandy Moulton) PDF
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Competence and charisma
(P. LaMont Bryant)
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Creating a culture of collaboration
(Raymond Greenberg)
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From puppies to people
(Bob Weedon)
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To share the vision and touch the soul
(Eddie Mhlanga)
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Efficient, reliable injury collection saves lives
(Robert Verhalen)
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A recipe for leadership — Out in time on the ground, and aim high (Gregory Allgood) PDF
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Develop collaborative practices, says head of Miami-Dade County Health Department (Lillian Rivera) PDF
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Building partnerships to stop disease
(Victor Cáceres)
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Assessing what happens in the real world, epidemiologists provide compass for pharmaceutical research (Alice White) PDF
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Transforming health through passionate leadership
(Donald Holzworth)
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Growing into leadership
(Nicole Bates)
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School alum revolutionizes study of occupational epidemiology (Aaron Blair) PDF
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Putting teeth in public health
(Lynn Mouden)
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A way with water
(Alfonso Zavala)
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“Success is a team effort”
(Heather Munroe-Blum)
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Dare County health director “identifies the win-win and works to that end” (Anne Thomas) PDF
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Let’s change the question: what are your dreams?
(Fiorella Horna-Guerra)
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Vice president at Amgen Inc. says connections made at Carolina continue (George Williams) PDF
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When Ricketts talks, the N.C. General Assembly listens
(Thomas Ricketts)
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First ‘Global Obesity Business Forum’ convenes at UNC-Chapel Hill PDF
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Caribbean Health Leadership Institute to launch this June PDF
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The University Cancer Research Fund: North Carolina Arms Researchers for the Battle PDF
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School’s 29th Annual Minority Health Conference attracts record turnout PDF
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Graduate certificate in public health entrepeneurship now available PDF HTML
School hosts numerous distinguished lectures PDF HTML

 

Tyroler memorialized for transformative influence on field epidemiology PDF HTML
Michalak commemorated for selfless service to public health PDF HTML
Okun remembered for pioneering work in water engineering PDF HTML
Awards and recognition PDF HTML
Celebrating friends who make a world of difference PDF HTML