Carolina Public Health magazine - From the Neuse to the Nile (Fall, 2007)

Table of Contents


From the Dean’s desk
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Gillings Gift gives means to anticipate, accelerate public health solutions
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From the Neuse to the Nile
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H.G. Baity: A pioneering environmentalist
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Carolina Water — How we make a difference
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Quick — What’s polluting the water?
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Storm water run-off — A significant pollution source
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Drink it up!
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Protecting the Neuse River Estuary
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Where will we get the water?
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The lake that almost wasn’t
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Reclaiming our water
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Creating sustainable water systems
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Sharing the Nile
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Community commitment key to successful water services
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Clean water, healthy water? Assessing the health risks of treated drinking water
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Filtering water in homes
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Carolina students bring fresh water to Cambodian school children
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Membrane technologies enable water reclamation
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Cleaning contaminated groundwater more effectively
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Reducing health risks of treated wastewater
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UNC faculty train North Carolina wastewater treatment plant operators



Getting water to your tap
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School project grows into acclaimed WaterPartners International
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For World Bank’s Briscoe, study of water is vital, moving
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School’s Nutrition Research Institute gearing up in Kannapolis, N.C.
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Awards and recognition
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Top health consultant thanks School for “ticket” to success
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Renowned environmental engineering professor continues history of giving
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Former student endows School with scholarship for the physically challenged
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Fred Brown Jr., MPH and Laura Brown — Promoting public health collaboration and synergy
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