smarter teens delay sexual contacts (Feb. 29, 2000)
computer science chair to discuss cyberspace, Internet (Feb.
professor Powell to discuss N.C. history in Kinston (Feb.
Dr. Callahan to discuss arthritis and women in Rockingham
(Feb. 29, 2000)
Dr. Weinberg to lecture on World War II in Charlotte (Feb.
centennial concert Sunday (March 5) to include ‘Appalachian
Spring,’ quartet, poems (Feb. 29, 2000)
police warn public after armed assault, robbery (Feb. 29,
profs who created spin-off companies can discuss new national
study on campus role in economic impact (Feb. 28, 2000)
find structure of enzyme that catalyzes 78-million-year reaction
(Feb. 28, 2000)
Hill policy aims to ensure fair labor practices (Feb. 25,
outcomes program receives $1.5 million in support from Glaxo
Wellcome Foundation (Feb. 24, 2000)
invited to seminar on covering Latino community (Feb. 24,
lawyer Scheck, partner Neufeld, to speak at UNC-CH (Feb.
films at UNC-CH profile lives of East Europeans since communism
(Feb. 23, 2000)
nursing school ranks fourth nationally for NIH research funding
(Feb. 22, 2002)
new imaging technique improves X-rays of breast tissue (Feb.
study shows half of stroke victims used EMS, were treated an
hour earlier (Feb. 21, 2000)
Collection Great Depression exhibit tells story of economic
crisis in state (Feb. 21, 2000)
to examine Cuban-American issues from African-American studies
perspective (Feb. 21, 2000)
public health dean, selected as Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
trustee (Feb. 21, 2000)
University Access launch first international, custom executive
MBA program for corporate teams (Feb. 18, 2000)
hike in NIH research funding places UNC-CH fifth nationwide
among publics (Feb. 18, 2000)
computer science chair to discuss computer technology (Feb.
U.S. economy still soaring, recession unlikely until May, 2002
(Feb. 18, 2000)
Dr. Buse to discuss diabetes and health care systems (Feb.
becomes first N.C. scientist to receive national chemistry award
(Feb. 17, 2000)
of @Stake Inc. to speak on Internet protocol opportunities
(Feb. 17, 2000)
young tank commanders team up to write book about Desert Shield,
Storm (Feb. 16, 2000)
shows sleep disruption to be arthritis sufferers chief
complaint (Feb. 15, 2000)
Bedroom whistle-blower to speak at UNC-CH Thursday (Feb.
to present composer-in-context series March 4 (Feb. 15,
ranks 10th on list of most Peace Corps volunteers (Feb.
laureate who developed methods to trap atoms with laser light
to give science seminar (Feb. 14, 2000)
String Quartet to play Beethoven, Liebermann, Ravel (Feb.
Dr. Reed to discuss the South at lecture in Edenton (Feb.
UNC-CH faculty to lecture in Chapel Hill, RTP this month
(Feb. 14, 2000)
says college athletic departments must pay more attention to
eating disorders (Feb. 14, 2000)
library acquires 5 millionth volume (Feb. 11, 2000)
lions’ to serenade second century of jazz (Feb. 11, 2000)
health conference looks to past, future for insights into improving
minority health (Feb. 10, 2000)
hitch: Library association re-accredits school for maximum period
(Feb. 10, 2000)
to become president of national nurse attorney association
(Feb. 9, 2000)
vocalists to perform Feb. 19 fund-raiser for BCC (Feb. 8,
Poet Laureate Pinsky to return to Carolina (Feb. 8, 2000)
sets weekend make-up days for snow (Feb. 8, 2000)
Police make arrest in hit-and-run pedestrian accident (Feb.
Banquet to mirror world’s food distribution (Feb. 4, 2000)
Business School names new associate dean of executive education
(Feb. 4, 2000)
shows industrial hog operations appear to impair health, life
quality among neighbors (Feb. 4, 2000)
bomb survivor studies outdated as basis for radiation protection
standards (Feb. 4, 2000)
Mini-Medical School looks at science behind good medicine
(Feb. 4, 2000)
Award-winning filmmaker to show documentary on gay issues in
schools (Feb. 3, 2000)
drama companies to recruit at UNC-CH for this summer’s shows
(Feb. 3, 2000)
painters to exhibit, speak in town-gown art appreciation effort
(Feb. 3, 2000)
virus may increase death risk in AIDS patients (Feb. 2,
drugs during pregnancy and Caesarean delivery may lower maternal
HIV transmission (Feb. 2, 2000)
continues fire safety efforts in student housing (Feb. 2,
injured in hit-and-run accident; public asked to aid police
in investigation (Feb. 2, 2000)
Lt. Col. Abbott to take on Tar Heel Battalion colors, command
(Feb. 2, 2000)
injuries reported in Morrison lounge fire (Feb. 2, 2000)
can spot Mercury and ‘young’ moon Sunday (Feb. 1, 2000)
music talk rescheduled for Friday (Feb. 4) in Spindale (Feb.