2008 Comprehensive annual financial report 1 The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal year ended June 30, 2008 • Chapel Hill, North Carolina A Constituent Institution of the University of North Carolina System and a Component Unit of the State of North Carolina introductory 2 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2008 Comprehensive annual financial report 1 The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal year ended June 30, 2008 • Chapel Hill, North Carolina • Prepared by the Controllers Office A Constituent Institution of the University of North Carolina System and a Component Unit of the State of North Carolina 2 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2008 Comprehensive annual financial report 3 table of contents 5 Introduc to ry Section 6 Message from the Chancellor 7 Letter of Transmittal 12 Progress and Major Initiatives 20 Board of Trustees 20 Chancellors ...
THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL 2005 COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT A Constituent Institution of the University of North Carolina System and a Component Unit of the State of North Carolina Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2005 Chapel Hill, North CarolinaTHE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL 2005 COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT A Constituent Institution of the University of North Carolina System and a Component Unit of the State of North Carolina Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2005 Chapel Hill, North Carolina, THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Introductory Section 4 Message from the Chancellor 7 Letter of Transmittal 12 Progress and Major Initiatives 21 Board of Trustees 21 Chancellors Cabinet 22 Organization Chart 23 Financial Section 24 Report of the Independent Auditor 26 Managements Discussion and Analysis BASIC FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 40 Statement of Net Assets 42 Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets 43 ...
Photo taken by Steve Exum.. May 8, 2008. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Thorp Named Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. CHAPEL HILL, NC - H. Holden Thorp, Kenan Professor of Chemistry and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been elected Chancellor of the institution by the Board of Governors of the multi-campus University of North Carolina. UNC President Erskine Bowles placed Thorps name in nomination today (May 8) during a special meeting of the board. Thorp, 43, will assume his new duties July 1. He succeeds James Moeser, who announced last fall that he would retire on June 30 after eight years in the post.. In recommending Thorp to the Board of Governors, Bowles said: "There is not a doubt in my mind that Holden Thorp is the right leader for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the right leader for today and the right leader for tomorrow. He personifies what Carolina is all about-he is a ...
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Provider use of a participatory decision-making style with youth and caregivers and satisfaction with pediatric asthma visits Betsy Sleath,1,2 Delesha M Carpenter,1 Imelda Coyne,3 Scott A Davis,1 Claire Hayes Watson,1 Ceila E Loughlin,4 Nacire Garcia,1 Daniel S Reuland,5 Gail E Tudor6 1Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; 2Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; 3School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; 4Department of Pediatric Pulmonology, School of Medicine University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; 5Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; 6Department of Science and Mathematics, Husson University, Bangor, ME, USA Background: We conducted a randomized
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CURRICULUM VITAE DATE PREPARED: Jan 20th, 2011 PERSONAL INFORMATION Maurice Alan Brookhart Name: Department of Epidemiology Office Address: UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill McGavran-Greenberg, CB # 7435 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7435 EDUCATION 2002 Ph.D. (Biostatistics), University of California, Berkeley 1996 M.A. (Biostatistics), University of California, Berkeley 1994 M.A.M.S (Applied Math), University of Georgia 1990 B.A., University of
North Carolina State University (also referred to as NCSU, NC State, or just State) is a public research university located in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. It is part of the University of North Carolina system and is a land, sea, and space grant institution. The university forms one of the corners of the Research Triangle together with Duke University in Durham and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The North Carolina General Assembly founded the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, now NC State, on March 7, 1887, as a land-grant college. Today, NC State has an enrollment of more than 34,000 students, making it the largest university in the Carolinas. NC State has historical strengths in engineering, statistics, agriculture, life sciences, textiles and design and now offers 106 bachelors degrees. The graduate school offers 104 masters degrees, 61 doctoral degrees, and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. The North Carolina General Assembly founded NC ...
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North Carolina TOBACCO REPORT - 1978-79 I INK ,.u\ tRMIK;, \w\nn in i cmuimci - The Bulletin of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture James A. Graham, Commissioner Number 231, May 1978 TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword 3 Why North Carolina Should Hold The Line On Cigarette Tax 4 Tobacco Outlook 1978 6 State Market Summary 1 977-78 8 North Carolina Tobacco Warehouse Sales Report for Season 1977-78 12 Summary of N. C. Dealer and Warehouse Resales 1977 14 Producer and Gross Sales of Flue-Cured Tobaco By States 1 977 14 Flue-Cured Movement In and Out of North Carolina 15 Burley Movement In and Out Of North Carolina 15 Flue-Cured Stabilization Receipts By Types & States 1977 16 Burley Stabilization Receipts for North Carolina and Total U.S. 1977-78 16 N. C. Burley Tobacco Allotments 1978 17 N. C. Flue-Cured Tobacco Allotments 1978 18 North Carolina Flue-Cured Crops 1926-1977 20 North Carolina Burley Crops 1928-1977 21 A. H. Graves- Baling Research 10 North Carolina Tobacco Warehouses and Operators ...
Non-pharmaceutical fentanyl, which is illegally manufactured, and is often mixed with heroin and/or cocaine - with or without the users knowledge - in order to increase the drugs effect. Overdose deaths continue to affect North Carolina. Since 1999, the number of overdoses have increased by more than 391 percent, from 279 in 1999 to 1,370 in 2015. If current trends continue, overdose deaths will surpass motor vehicle accident deaths in our state. There are now more than twice as many annual deaths from drug overdoses than murders in North Carolina.. In Forsyth County opioid related deaths have increased by 960% from 5 in 1999 to 53 in 2015. 33 of the 53 overdose deaths involved a prescription opioid. In 2016, there were over 21,803,000 opioid prescription pills prescribed and dispensed to Forsyth County residents. That is roughly a 60 day supply for each and every person in our County!. In response to the opioid epidemic, Forsyth County Department of Public Health has launched an Initiative ...
The Carolina Center for Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics integrates research and educational activities in mathematics and its intimate ties with the physical, engineering, biological, medical, and social sciences. The Center focus is to bring the power of mathematics to bear on the most intriguing, challenging, and relevant problems of our time, in collaborations with colleagues at UNC and elsewhere. These activities and advances in mathematics and scientific computation are continuously folded into our undergraduate and graduate curriculum, and provide broad research opportunities and collaborations with CCIAM faculty, post-doctoral scholars, and students.. The Applied Mathematics Program was started in 1996 as a result of a UNC initiative to provide expertise in mathematical modeling and computational science for the campus, and to integrate this expertise into research collaborations and undergraduate and graduate training. The guiding concept of the program is to combine excellence in ...
The Carolina Center for Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics integrates research and educational activities in mathematics and its intimate ties with the physical, engineering, biological, medical, and social sciences. The Center focus is to bring the power of mathematics to bear on the most intriguing, challenging, and relevant problems of our time, in collaborations with colleagues at UNC and elsewhere. These activities and advances in mathematics and scientific computation are continuously folded into our undergraduate and graduate curriculum, and provide broad research opportunities and collaborations with CCIAM faculty, post-doctoral scholars, and students.. The Applied Mathematics Program was started in 1996 as a result of a UNC initiative to provide expertise in mathematical modeling and computational science for the campus, and to integrate this expertise into research collaborations and undergraduate and graduate training. The guiding concept of the program is to combine excellence in ...
Horizon Award. Lower-to-middle-income, working-age adults are disproportionately burdened by chronic disease. However, their participation in programs to help patients manage their chronic conditions is, generally, low. This can be attributed, in part, to the fact that recruitment materials for such programs typically appeal to elderly, more affluent adults. Recent doctoral graduate Lindsey Horrell focused on identifying advertisement images and text to better market one of the leading chronic disease management programs, the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP), to lower-to-middle-income, working-age adults.. Her research is part of a larger U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-funded study assessing employment and economic outcomes associated with the CDSMP. The parent study enrolled 327 participants from five N.C. counties who worked at least 32 hours a week, earned less than $60,000 annually and had been diagnosed with at least one chronic health condition, among ...
Each Wednesday, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills podcast features faculty, alumni, and respected experts.. In this weeks episode, Cynthia Bulik, PhD, the director of the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, gives listeners a deeper understanding of the most common eating disorders - from anorexia nervosa to binge eating disorder. Bulik is a prolific, award-winning expert on eating disorders and body image.. Cynthia Marie Bulik is a Distinguished Professor of Eating Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry of the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Professor of Nutrition in the Gillings School of Global Public Health, and Founding Director of the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders.. Bulik is also a professor in the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, where she directs the Centre for Eating Disorders Innovation. She also holds an adjunct appointment at the ...
Dr. Angela Wahl, PhD is a Research Instructor in the Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases and the Center for AIDS Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Wahl received her doctorate degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and completed her postdoctoral training in the laboratory of J. Victor Garcia at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research is focused on HIV transmission, pathogenesis, prevention, and persistence. She is a Mathilde Krim Fellow of the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). She has developed a novel and highly innovative in vivo bone marrow/liver/thymus (BLT) humanized mouse model for HIV infection that is colonized with human gut microbiota (HuM-BLT mice) that she has implemented to directly examine the effect of human gut microbiota on HIV acquisition and infection. ...
Incidence rate of malignancies was calculated as the number of events divided by person-time. Only the first diagnosis of each event per participant was included. Person-time was calculated as the sum of all time contributed by each individual from the date of HIV care initiation at that institution or January 1, 2000 if in care prior to this date. Malignancies included acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)-defining malignancies and non-AIDS defining malignancies. AIDS-defining malignancies included invasive cervical cancer, non-Hodgkins lymphoma and kaposis sarcoma; non-AIDS defining malignancies included but not limited to Hodgkins disease, lung cancer, liver cancer, anal cancer, melanoma of the skin, leukemia, renal cancer, and prostate cancer. Overall data for non-AIDS defining malignancies and individual data for AIDS-defining malignancies was reported. Incidence rate was computed as the number of events per 100 person-years ...
Incidence rate of malignancies was calculated as the number of events divided by person-time. Only the first diagnosis of each event per participant was included. Person-time was calculated as the sum of all time contributed by each individual from the date of HIV care initiation at that institution or January 1, 2000 if in care prior to this date. Malignancies included acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)-defining malignancies and non-AIDS defining malignancies. AIDS-defining malignancies included invasive cervical cancer, non-Hodgkins lymphoma and kaposis sarcoma; non-AIDS defining malignancies included but not limited to Hodgkins disease, lung cancer, liver cancer, anal cancer, melanoma of the skin, leukemia, renal cancer, and prostate cancer. Overall data for non-AIDS defining malignancies and individual data for AIDS-defining malignancies was reported. Incidence rate was computed as the number of events per 100 person-years ...
Mechanistic mathematical models of environmental systems are used routinely to assess our understanding of the operative complex processes in nature. As our understanding matures, the complexity of these models increases and so too does the effort required to construct such models. This effort can be person years in some cases, and changes in model formulations or methods frequently leads to the need to either perform major revisions of existing codes or to abandon an existing code and recode the majority of the simulator. This project was intended to be a proof of concept approach aimed at developing a problem solving environment for the development of environmental models. The domain of focus was fluid flow and species transport in subsurface, porous medium systems. An approach was developed in which a mathematical model formulation was specified in LaTeX and this text document was processed, or compiled, multiple times to ultimately result in a computational simulator or model. The DOE developed
c.z NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 1907 - 1908 f,r A iV^rRV.^ f , z o , Q O o o CO 2 (a o c o X -c UJ Z NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 1967-68 Issued by State Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh Publication No. 407 CONTENTS Page State Board of Education 3 State Department of Public Instruction 3 Controllers Office 17 Department of Community Colleges 20 State Board of Higher Education 21 State Education Assistance Authority 22 State Textbook Commission 22 State Evaluation Committee on Teacher Education 22 Teachers and State Employees Retirement System 23 North Carolina Education Association 23 North Carolina Teachers Association 24 North Carolina Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers 26 North Carolina Congress of Parents and Teachers 26 North Carolina Association for Childhood Education 26 North Carolina State School Boards Association 26 United Forces for Education 26 North Carolina Association of Colleges and Universities 26 Association for School, College and ...
Video created by Duke University, North Carolina State University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the course Nanotechnology: A Makers Course. In this module, we will see demonstrations of micro-computed tomography, X-ray ...
UNC campus. Media representatives are invited to attend a news briefing on a voting rights hotline established to assist voters who encounter problems or see suspicious activity at polling locations on Election Day (Nov. 2).. The hotline operations, which will serve all callers from North Carolina, will be based in room 2601 of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill s Knapp-Sanders Building (home of UNC s School of Government). The hotline is (866) 687-8683, or (866) OUR-VOTE.. UNC s Center for Civil Rights, a component of the School of Law, and the Institute for Southern Studies Voting Rights Project will work with volunteer law students and attorneys who will take calls from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day. Organizers plan to have 80 volunteers 20 phones and four shifts in place to handle calls.. The hotline is a project of Election Protection North Carolina, a statewide nonpartisan education and monitoring initiative with local and national partners including UNC s Center for Civil ...
After receiving a B.S. degree in forestry from Louisiana State University in 1949, practicing forestry for seven years, and receiving an M.A. degree in botany at Duke University, Dr. Ebert was appointed Assistant Professor (1956) in the Department of Biology at Pembroke State College, now UNCP. During his tenure at UNCP, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University. Serving as a practicing forester introduced him to the major plant communities of eastern North Carolina and the Southeast. Further study at Duke University expanded his knowledge of plant and animal communities found in the region. With this background, he was prepared to teach a broad range of courses in the biological sciences. While teaching a variety of botanical and zoological courses over some 47 years, ecology was a primary interest.. As a field ecologist, he conducted numerous field courses where he collected many kinds of plants and animals native to North Carolina and the Southeast. In his course, ...
Between 2000 and 2010, North Carolina gained almost 1.5 million residents to reach a total population of 9.5 million in 2010. Over this time period…
Certain of the findings of a survey of the prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections in Forsyth County, North Carolina, have been previously reported (Mackie, T. T. et al., 1955). These relate to the prevalence of Entamoeba histolytica, the mass treatment of amebiasis and certain aspects of the epidemiology of the infection. The survey was directed primarily to the examination of 1,934 school children, white and Negro, urban and rural, constituting a representative sample of the schoolchild population of Forsyth County, the examination of family members of children found to be infected by E. histolytica and to the examination of a comparable group of negative control families of apparently uninfected children. A prevalence of 6.1 per cent infection was found among the school children examined. Similar investigation of a total of 94 families of children infected by E. histolytica revealed a prevalence of 34.1 per cent, or an average of 2.2 cases of amebiasis per family.
Approximately 800 4-Hers, volunteer leaders and North Carolina Cooperative Extension agents attended 4-H Congress. The 4-H program is the youth education program of North Carolina Cooperative Extension, based at North Carolina State and North Carolina A&T State universities. More than 239,000 young people between the ages of 5 and 19 participate in North Carolina 4-H activities each year with the help of 23,000 adult and youth volunteers ...
Lumosity, a leading cognitive training and neuroscience research company, today awarded the first Human Cognition Grant, a research grant of $150,000 dedicated to advancing the understanding of neural bases of cognitive training, to Joseph Hopfinger Ph.D., professor of cognitive psychology and Kathleen Gates, Ph.D., assistant professor of quantitative psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The grant will support research that investigates changes in brain connectivity from cognitive training through group and individual fMRI analyses.
Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership. Duke Energy. Ecolab. Edward Jones & Company. Enrichment Center-An ARC Chapter. Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Ernst & Young LLP. Excalibur Enterprises, Inc.. EXCHANGE S.C.A.N., INC. W-S, NC. Experiment In Self-Reliance W-S, NC. Fain Enterprises. Family Services-W-S, NC. Federal Express. Fellowship Home-W-S,NC. Fence Builders, Inc.. Financial Pathways of the Piedmont. First Citizens Bank & Trust. First Community Bank. First Tennessee. Flex Pay Business Services. Flow Motors. Forensic Engineering Incorporated. Forsyth Country Day School. Forsyth County. Forsyth Futures. Forsyth Medical Center and Affiliates. Forsyth Technical Community College. Frank L. Blum Construction. Gallins Vending Company. GE Financial Services. General Dynamics. General Undistributed. Genuine Parts Company. Genworth Financial. Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont,. Glaxo Smith Kline. Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina. Grass America, Inc.. Gray, Callison & Company. Graybar ...
North Carolina is an attractive state for individuals of all ages. Our states colleges and universities and military bases draw young adults. Job opportunities in both lower-skill and high-tech industries bring more individuals to the state. And, when individuals are done working, they are increasingly choosing North Carolina as a place to retire. These factors, combined with the nationwide increase in international migration from 1990-2010, pulled many individuals to the state. Today, nearly half of all North Carolina adults (18+) were born outside of the state.. The graph below shows the proportion of North Carolinas adult residents who were born outside the state for each decennial census from 1850 through 2010. Until 1930, fewer than 10% of the North Carolinas adult residents were born outside of the state. This proportion increased steadily through 1950 and then rose more rapidly. By 1980, more than a quarter of the states adult population was not native to North Carolina.. Migration ...
The UNC Health Sciences Library manages information and knowledge to advance health, and serves the five UNC-Chapel Hill health affairs schools and the University of North Carolina Hospitals.. Membership discount for research staff and students at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A membership discount is available for BioMed Central and SpringerOpen article-processing charges (APCs).. If you submit your manuscript from an IP address that has been registered by your institution, the membership discount will be automatically applied.. If you submit your manuscript using a non-registered IP address:. 1) Please choose the option "I believe that I am covered by an institutional membership arrangement" on the APC agreement page. 2) Select your institution from the drop-down list. 3) Our Customer Service team will then handle your discount request before sending instructions on how to complete your submission. ...
Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Greensboro - School of Nursing. Deadline: March 1. Available at the following schools: University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Description: The North Carolina Baptist Hospital Anesthesia Scholarship is available to graduate nursing students admitted to the NCBH Nurse Anesthesia Program at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.. Additional Information: Website: http://fia.dept.uncg.edu/. ...
The Gaston County, N.C., Board of Health on Monday said that it will begin a campaign to lower teen pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted ...
A group of 12 select students from High Point Universitys Mathematics and Computer Science Department recently had the chance to exercise their brain power for representatives from IBM by competing in the 36th annual IBM-sponsored Association for Computing Machinery Collegiate programming contest- better known as "The Battle of the Brains." The regional competition was held at Duke University on Nov. 5. HPU was up against 165 teams from top schools around the region, including Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, Lafayette College, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Wake Forest University - all competing for a chance to attend the World Finals roster, which will be held in Warsaw, Poland. Only 100 teams world-wide will compete in the final contest. Each team of three students was given eight problems to solve in five hours using only one computer. The problem set was difficult, and only six teams solved more than three problems. Ultimately, HPU ranked 47th out of 165 ...
A group of 12 select students from High Point Universitys Mathematics and Computer Science Department recently had the chance to exercise their brain power for representatives from IBM by competing in the 36th annual IBM-sponsored Association for Computing Machinery Collegiate programming contest- better known as "The Battle of the Brains." The regional competition was held at Duke University on Nov. 5. HPU was up against 165 teams from top schools around the region, including Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, Lafayette College, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Wake Forest University - all competing for a chance to attend the World Finals roster, which will be held in Warsaw, Poland. Only 100 teams world-wide will compete in the final contest. Each team of three students was given eight problems to solve in five hours using only one computer. The problem set was difficult, and only six teams solved more than three problems. Ultimately, HPU ranked 47th out of 165 ...
Robert C. Harland, MD, has joined the University of Arizona Department of Surgery Division of Abdominal Transplantation as professor, vice chair of academic affairs and surgical director of solid organ transplantation at Banner - University Medical Center Tucson.. Dr. Harland comes to the UA from East Carolina Universitys Brody School of Medicine, where he served as professor of surgery and division chief of surgical immunology and transplantation. He previously was associate professor and director of the Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program at the University of Chicago School of Medicine. He also has been on the medical faculty at Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Massachusetts. He is board certified in internal medicine, as well as surgery.. Dr. Harland has more than 20 years of experience in the management of complex patients with end-stage organ failure. In addition to kidney, pancreas and liver transplantation, his expertise includes ...
As the nations first state university, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) was chartered in 1789 and it was the only public university to award degrees to students in the 18th century. On May 19th, 2008 (Turkish National Youth Day) it also became the only university in the United States with a Turk Evi for its students and the community at large. In North Carolina , both the university and the entire state uses the nickname "Tar Heels" in good grace, meaning that they stick to what they start, and leave their mark... At the heels and following the path of the successful ATA-NC Turkish House in Cary , another Turkish House called the Carolina Turk Evi, is now ready for occupancy. Located on the main avenue of this popular college town, it will serve both as a boarding house for graduate students and a Turkish center.. A lifelong dream project for Drs. Aziz and Gwen Sancar, two professors at UNC-CH, the idea of a Turk Evi by a university campus goes back many years. "The ...
December 12, 2014. (GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA) - October 1 marked the start of a new fiscal year for Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG), including the election of five new board members. The Rev. Dr. Eric D. Cole, Rick Morgan, Jeff Jones, Jim Roskelly and Barbara Ruby were elected in September. Dr. Patrick Wright will continue his third year as board chair. Other members of the executive committee include Mary Bernard Magrinat, vice chair and Susan Shumaker, secretary/treasurer.. The Rev. Dr. Eric D. Cole serves as the senior pastor of Shalom Community Christian Church. He holds a doctorate of ministry from United Theological Seminary, a master degree in statistics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master of divinity from Duke University. He obtained his bachelor of science in mathematics from Morehouse College and has completed coursework for his doctor of philosophy from North Carolina State University.. Rick Morgan, CPA, is a partner and chief financial ...
Leslie Gaillard is a registered dietitian who is licensed in the state of North Carolina to provide nutrition counseling. She received her Master of Public Health degree with a focus in Nutrition from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She regularly counsels individuals in the area with Celiac disease as well as a variety of other gastrointestinal disorders including irritable bowel disorder and ulcerative colitis. Leslie has been living successfully with Celiac disease for the past 5 years. She also has other food allergies including dairy and soy. Leslie enjoys counseling new Celiacs and guiding them through the process of transitioning to this new way of eating. She wants them to understand that the diagnosis can be a blessing in disguise. The gluten free diet can be a well-balanced, nutritious, and enjoyable eating plan. If you are interested in speaking with her, contact her at mailto:[email protected]?subject=Gluten%20Free%20Raleigh%20Blog%20Health%20Network ...
John Decatur Messick was born the sixth of nine children to Jesse McCagie Messick and Mary Zion Flowers Messick on November 9, 1897 in South Creek, NC in Beaufort County. After completing his basic schooling in South Creek, Messick studied at Falcon Academy. Messick attended Kings Business College in Raleigh before entering Elon College, where he graduated in 1922.. Messick married Magdalene Elizabeth Robinson of Washington, DC. They had two daughters Helen Margaret and Mary Rosalyn and two sons, Norval Robinson and John Albert.. After graduating from Elon, Messick pursued a career in education. He spent the next few years working in North Carolina public schools. He worked as principal of South River School in Wade, NC from 1922-1926, principal in Trenton, NC from 1926-1929, and Superintindent in Spencer, NC from 1929-1935. Meanwhile, Messick continued his education by doing graduate work during the summers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1922-1929. Messick recieved his ...
Dr. Hamilton completed his medical school and urology residency at the University of Toronto. During residency he completed a Masters of Public Health (MPH) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a research fellowship at Duke University. He also completed a fellowship in Urologic Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in New York City.. ...
CHAPEL HILL, NC - Eleven middle school and high school educators from North Carolina will travel to Singapore July 15-24 to learn about the best practices of teaching mathematics and science from their counterparts in one of the worlds most-acclaimed education systems.. The trip is sponsored by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF) Scholars Program, in partnership with the University of North Carolina system and four UNC campuses-North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, UNC Asheville, and UNC-Chapel Hill. The programs goal is to better prepare new mathematics and science teachers for North Carolinas public school classrooms. Go Global NC and Education NC will lead the trip.. This is the second cohort of BWF Scholars to travel to Singapore, following an earlier delegation in 2012. This marks the fifth trip to Singapore that Go Global NC has organized for North Carolina teachers.. Though a relatively young nation, having established its independence in 1965, Singapore has ...
W» » . Jt vMTiura North Carolina Department of Transportation Office of Planning & Environmental Statewide Planning Branch Technical Report for the SHALLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Town of Shallotte Transportation Plan I0USE jun 2 7 \ iATEUBRARYOFNOWCABO^ RALB6N 2002 Technical Report for the Town of Shallotte Transportation Plan Prepared by the Statewide Planning Branch North Carolina Department of Transportation In Cooperation with The Town of Shallotte The Federal Highway Administration U.S. Department of Transportation February 11,2002 i SEAL M "5873 / Wt%t?wF$°°-, Daniel L.Tn^asvPt E. Unit Head, Statewide Planning Branch Persons Responsible for this Report: Project Engineer: Engineering Technician Urban Planning Engineer, Unit A: Group Manager of Statewide Planning Branch: Manager of Statewide Planning Branch: Kimberly Drew Hinton Reuben Crummy, Bob Stewart Daniel L. Thomas, P.E. Mike Bruff, P.E. A. Blake Norwood, P.E. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Town of Shallotte Board of Aldermen Mayor Carson H. Durham ...
The voices of the civil rights movement swelled into a wave of protest that profoundly changed America. This collection of interviews seeks to make this massive movement local and understandable by reducing it into its smallest parts-the people that participated, in small and large ways. These people were former slaves who taught their children the value of education, or high school principals who insisted on punctuality. Drawing together interviews from a variety of Southern Oral History Program collections, this cluster includes interviews with students and teachers at West Charlotte High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, where the successes of integration are encountering the realities of a segregated past; the difficult transition to integrated schooling for students at the all-black Lincoln High School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina; and the roles of black workers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This collection gives voice to the voices, loud and soft, of the movement ...
Jonathan J Juliano is an American physician/scientist. He currently works at UNC (University of North Carolina). Jonathan Juliano is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has been on faculty since 2009. In addition, he is an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the Gillings School of Global Public Health and an instructor in the Curriculum of Genetics and Molecular Biology. He received his BSc from University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada in 1994 with Distinction. He completed a MSPH at the UNC School of Public Health and his MD at the UNC School of Medicine in 2001. He trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN from 2001 to 2005. Following this, he completed his Infectious Disease Fellowship at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC in 2008. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Jonathan Juliano has led research ...
The State of North Carolina passed the Farmland Preservation Enabling Act in 1985, authorizing counties to establish farmland preservation programs, including agricultural districts. Pitt County adopted the Voluntary Agricultural District Ordinance establishing procedures for creating Voluntary Agricultural Districts in 2013. The purpose of the ordinance is to promote the preservation of farmland in Pitt County so that development and growth will be accompanied by protection of farms from non-farm development and other negative impacts on properly managed farms, recognizing the importance of agriculture to the economic and cultural life of the county.. Voluntary Agricultural Districts Promote the Pride and Tradition of Pitt County Agriculture. Pitt Countys Voluntary Agricultural District Program enhances the identity of the agricultural community by encouraging the voluntary preservation and protection of farmland from non-farm development. ...
The institutions receiving EPA funding include the Hamner Institute in North Carolina, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Indiana University at Bloomington, and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. They will work closely with EPA scientists to research how chemicals interact with cells as they enter the liver. The results of this research will provide the v-Liver model new data and tools to better understand how chemicals disrupt cells in the liver, and how this leads to disease.EPA is meeting with these institutions June 22 at its Research Triangle Park campus in North Carolina to discuss this project. ...
Sevier County is named after Revolutionary War General Gov. John Sevier (1745-1815).[2] North Carolina first organized the land that would eventually become Sevier County as part of Washington District in 1776, then as part of Washington County in 1777, and then as part of Greene County in 1783. In August 1784 delegates of three western North Carolina counties, Washington, Sullivan, and Greene (all now in Tennessee), declared their Independence from North Carolina because of perceived neglect, and misuse by North Carolinas legislature. By May 1785 they had petitioned to be admitted to the United States as the new State of Franklin. The Franklin statehood request was denied.[3] In March 1786 the Franklin legislature created several new counties including Sevier (all in present-day Tennessee).[4] By 1789 Franklins hopes of statehood had faded. However, in 1789 North Carolina ratified the Constitution, was admitted the union, and ceded her westermost counties to the United States. The United ...
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