Sept. 13

Upcoming Fall Classes for Stress & Pain Management

Mindfulness is a way of consciously and systematically working with your own stress, pain, illness, or the challenges and demands of everyday life. Receiving mindfulness training can teach you how to slow down, recognize the warning signs of stress reactions, and to stay focused and relaxed in ways that enhance the body’s natural adaptive and healing abilities and the mind’s ability to choose healthy responses.

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Free Your Feet

The UNC Physical Therapy clinic in Hillsborough will host a free foot assessment and shoe fitting on Nov. 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Free your Feet Project is a joint program between the UNC Division of Physical Therapy Faculty Clinic, North Carolina Physical Therapy Association and FootCentric that seeks to alleviate the financial burden of therapeutic footwear and medical assessment for families in need.

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Project HealthDesign's BreathEasy: A Personal Health Application for Underserved Adults with Asthma

This lecture will discuss how RTI and the Virginia Commonwealth University developed and piloted a smartphone app, built on the latest clinical guidelines for treatment and self-monitoring of individuals with asthma, to assist adults with asthma to better manage their care and disease condition.

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CGIBD Research Seminar Series

Christian Jobin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, Pharmacology and Immuno-microbiology will present "Colitis-associated colorectal cancer: A bacterial centric disease?" on Thursday, Sept. 13.

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YOUR HEALTH: Interventional Radiology with Dr. Joe Stavas

This weekend on YOUR HEALTH, Adam & Cristy will be joined by Clinical Professor of Radiology at the UNC School of Medicine, Dr. Joe Stavas to talk about interventional radiology.

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International Coffee Hour

Come enjoy a pick-me-up with free coffee and treats and join us for a monthly social hour for international and American students, scholars, faculty, staff and families.

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Linkages between Biology, Behavior, and Environment in the Development of Obesity

On Friday, Sept. 14, Dr. Penny Gordon-Larsen will present the Carolina Population Center Interdisciplinary Research Seminar. Gordon-Larsen is an Associate Professor of Nutrition at UNC-Chapel Hill and is a Faculty Fellow of the Carolina Population Center.

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Joint UNC-NCSU BME Rehabilitation Engineering Center Seminar

R. Michael Young, PhD, Professor in the Department of Computer Science at NCSU, and Co-director of the NC State Digital Games Research Initiative, will present, "The sciences of games and NC State's Digital Games Research Initiative."

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Call for Nominations: Distinguished Alumna/us Award

The Committee on Honorary Degrees and Special Awards invites your nominations for Distinguished Alumna and Alumnus Awards to be presented at the Oct. 12, 2013, University Day ceremony.

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UNC Campus Water Theme Call for Proposals

The Steering Committee for the 2012-14 "Water in Our World" campus theme has issued a call for proposals for water-related programming and events.

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Call for Nominations: University Teaching Awards

Each year, UNC formally acknowledges the central role of teaching and mentoring by recognizing faculty, staff and students. The University Committee on Teaching Awards offers numerous awards based on nominations by members of our university community.

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UNC Genome Sciences Building Opening Symposium and Celebration

On University Day, Oct. 12, 2012 there will be a symposium celebrating interdisciplinary genomics at UNC and the opening of the new state-of-the art Genome Sciences Building (GSB).

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Dellon, Rathmell awarded Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes

Dellon, Rathmell awarded Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes

Evan S. Dellon, MD, MPH, assistant professor of medicine and an adjunct assistant professor of epidemiology, and Kimryn Rathmell, MD, PhD, associate professor in the departments of medicine and genetics, were honored Sept. 7 with Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement by Young Faculty.

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School of Medicine Web Satisfaction Survey

Take this five-minute survey for a chance to win one of five $25 Visa gift cards! This week's winner is Emily Pike.

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