Three academic advising professionals at UNC have won top awards from the National Academic Advising Association.
The 2006 Outstanding Advising Award winners from UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences are:
Carolyn Cannon, associate dean and…
Many of you have fond remembrances of Hugh Morton ’43. A message board at legacy.com is capturing some of the stories and feelings from alumni and friends of UNC.
Hugh Morton ’43: A Mountainous Legacy
Jack Boger ’74 (JD), a longtime professor at UNC’s School of Law, has been tapped to become the school’s next dean.
Boger has been the Wade Edwards Distinguished Professor of law and deputy director of the Center for Civil Rights at UNC. His…
For decades, researchers have tried to understand why breast cancer in younger black women is such a significant public health problem.
Black women have fewer breast cancers than white women, but their mortality is worse. Black women under the…
Seven Carolina students have been awarded 2006-07 U.S. Student Fulbright Program awards to study or teach in another country.
The program allows graduating seniors and master’s and doctoral degree candidates to gain international experience. More…
By David E. Brown ’75
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View a Video of Hugh Morton’s North Carolina
Weeks after the trees have flowered, gone to light greens and filled out in the North Carolina flatlands, spring…
Tom Efird ’61 of Gastonia, president of Standard Distributors Inc., was installed as chair of the GAA Board of Directors at the Annual Alumni Luncheon on May 13, succeeding Jean Almand Kitchin ’70 of Scotland Neck.
Dwight M. Davidson III ’77…