Additionally, the earliest materials in the collection have been digitized by the Internet Archive; they may be found there and through the UNC-CH
The program was announced in the fall of 2003, and the first cohort of awardees entered UNC-CH
the following fall, making the UNC-CH
the first public institution in the country to award loan-free financial aid packages to low-income students (Fiske 2010).
Steve earned a master's degree in sociology from Duke University and a PhD in epidemiology from UNC-CH
. He joined the UNC-CH
faculty soon after, initially studying trends in cardiovascular and occupational health.
In contrast to the UNC-CH
localized model of the research life cycle, Kramer and Bosman identified six main phases, based on a global survey of researchers' use of digital tools :
Prior to her retirement from UNC-CH
, she served as associate director of the Office for Undergraduate Research for five years, where she coordinated the assessment of the undergraduate research portion of the campus's Quality Enhancement Plan.
My years at UNC-CH
taught me a number of important life lessons.
Last fall, WILPF joined the NAACP in once again protesting the racist treatment of UNC-CH
Early development of this research infrastructure was largely modeled after the creation of a similar campus research organization, the Survey Research Unit (SRU) at UNC-CH
in the early 1990s.
After seventeen years of editing the journal and, more importantly, thirty-seven years teaching Romance Philology and French at UNC-CH
, I am retiring and have passed the editorship to my very capable colleague, Monica Rector, Professor of Portuguese.
Taylor Student Health Services on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH
) campus, sponsors several sexual health peer advocacy initiatives, including STI/HIV prevention and sexual assault prevention programs.
The academic core of UNC-CH
is the College of Arts and Sciences with undergraduate and graduate degree programs in over 45 departments and curricula.
Meanwhile, Student B (who had almost all "A's" in high school and very good SAT scores), who was not as academically prepared or as active in school and community activities as Student A, had plans to attend UNC-CH
(he is on a waiting list).