UNC-Chapel Hill freshmen win academic merit scholarships (Sept.
make possible more than $950,000 in merit scholarships to 149
UNC freshmen (Sept. 30, 2005)
use of drugs to prevent AIDS infection, researchers urge (Sept.
seen original Netter watercolor paintings to be included in
Health Sciences Library exhibition (Sept. 30, 2005)
address, alumni honors highlight University Day 2005 (Sept.
vehicle crashes during 2004 set record of 15,509, UNC study
is one of six sites nationwide to start study on environments
effects on children; Duplin County to be UNCs study location
(Sept. 29, 2005)
disaster management program director leads Mississippis
volunteer animal rescue efforts post-Katrina (Sept. 29, 2005)
computer, marine scientists collaborate to predict flow of toxic
waters from Katrina (Sept. 28, 2005)
awarded more than $1 million to study future of librarianship
(Sept. 28, 2005)
Pisano to deliver address at December commencement (Sept. 28,
of Nursing dean to lead nurse-preparation initiative funded
by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Sept. 28, 2005)
of folic acid in birth defects prevention to be topic of Friday
(Sept. 30) webcast, broadcast (Sept. 28, 2005)
UNC employees honored with Chancellors Awards (Sept. 27,
on blues, cowboys, more live anew on folkstreams.net (Sept.
on the Go national education tour to bring breast health
information to Triangle (Sept. 27, 2005)
shows Hurricane Katrina affected 20,000 physicians, up to 6,000
may have been displaced (Sept. 26, 2005)
Fred Chappell to present Thomas Wolfe Lecture Oct. 6 (Sept.
points to molecular origin of neurodegenerative disorders, including
Huntingtons disease (Sept. 23, 2005)
Indian scholars to gather on UNC campus for conference; education,
identity, health among topics (Sept. 23, 2005)
to discuss ethical, social, scientific sides of genetic engineering
(Sept. 22, 2005)
Lobos, unplugged and traditional, to bring hits, Latin music,
to UNC Sunday (Sept. 21, 2005)
seeking older people, especially blacks, to share stories of
going to movies (Sept. 21, 2005)
series in Whats the Big Idea?program starts
Oct. 6 with lab-on-a-chip (Sept. 21, 2005)
performance kicks off folklore labor conference at UNC (Sept.
new study shows periodontal disease affects young adults, boosts
pregnancy problems (Sept. 20, 2005)
to host discussion on recovery, rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina
(Sept. 20, 2005)
times more South African women than men are HIV-positive, national
UNC-led survey shows (Sept. 20, 2005)
second-generation antidepressants very similar but have different
side effects (Sept. 20, 2005)
UNC-led schizophrenia study finds older drug comparably effective
to newer drugs (Sept. 19, 2005)
to digitize Russian emigration resource, with support from Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation (Sept. 19, 2005)
on faculty awarded Hettleman Prizes for their artistic, scholarly
achievement (Sept. 16, 2005)
it or not, more rain would benefit New Orleans, ecologist says
(Sept. 16, 2005)
policy analyst, author to speak on statehouse and greenhouse
on Sept. 28 (Sept. 16, 2005)
administrator Alice Poehls chosen as new registrar for Carolina
(Sept. 16, 2005)
of First Families described in book, Sept. 24 talk at UNC (Sept.
to present remix, re-interpretation of 1915 racist film, Sept.
23 at UNC (Sept. 16, 2005)
of major breast cancer screening trial show some women may benefit
from digital mammograms (Sept. 16, 2005)
jump-starts $60 million merit-based scholarship drive with $10
million bequest (Sept. 15, 2005)
announces initiatives to enhance Carolinas engagement
with state, K-12 at State of University address
British tenor Ian Bostridge to perform at Memorial Hall Sept.
20 (Sept. 15, 2005)
debuts Web site of history as written by Carolina students (Sept.
R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust supports UNCs performing
arts with $5 million challenge grant (Sept. 14, 2005)
jailed, tried: A true story from the 1940s at UNC Sept. 26 (Sept.
ended football career, jump-started a life-long love of books,
nature and writing (Sept. 13, 2005)
Dont Tell Me! to tape two
shows at UNCs Memorial Hall (Sept. 12, 2005)
distant explosion in universe to date has been detected; UNC
research team led distance measurement with SOAR (Sept. 12,
identify core traits strongly linked to eating disorders affecting
11 million Americans (Sept.12, 2005)
Hill to play key role in Kannapolis revitalization effort (Sept.
child labor topic of lecture, exhibit at UNC, plus film premiere
(Sept. 9, 2005)
Support Program celebrates Wilmingtons reserve units
family day (Sept. 9, 2005)
Carolinas WUNC-FM a public radio leader (Sept. 9, 2005)
Griffith to donate personal collection to UNCs Southern
Historical Collection (Sept. 9, 2005)
of transformed Memorial Hall heralds new era of arts at UNC
(Sept. 8, 2005)
Morehead Centers Midday Science Series shows diversity,
excitement of Carolina research (Sept. 7, 2005)
K. Brown to bring powerful, passionate works to Memorial Hall
(Sept. 7, 2005)
Halls Sunday open house features student performers (Sept.
Center for Jewish Studies to begin fall lecture series Sept.
13 (Sept. 7, 2005)
salting highways turning Northeasts waters less drinkable
(Sept. 6, 2005)
Edwards to launch lecture series at new poverty center Sept.
7 (Sept. 2, 2005)
abounds with performances hosted by UNCs music department
(Sept. 2, 2005)
Hill reaches out to N.C. students of hurricane-ravaged universities
(Sept. 1, 2005)
Carolina Public Radio-WUNC hires Babin as Marketplace reporter
(Sept. 1, 2005)
manuscript is On the Road to UNC (Sept. 1, 2005)
researchers: New magnetic resonance imaging technique is useful
in early detection of pancreatic cancer (Sept. 1, 2005)