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Lynn Williford

December 13, 2006

By the numbers: Williford excels in mining data for meaning Sometimes, the numbers confirm widely held opinions. Other times, the numbers may reveal hidden, even uncomfortable truths. But in all cases, University policymakers know they can count on the numbers … Continued

Larry Keith

November 15, 2006

Keith shapes success for minorities in health fields Larry Keith always viewed his work at Carolina, not as a job, but a mission. The five titles he held in the School of Medicine — associate director of the Office of … Continued

Fred Clark

October 25, 2006

Clark takes personal approach in mentoring students When Fred Clark came to Carolina from Florida to teach Spanish in 1967, he wasn’t even interviewed. “They offered me a position in the mail back in those days,” Clark said. He had … Continued

Donald Luse

October 11, 2006

Massey award winner Luse pushes ‘living room’ atmosphere It’s a long haul — in more ways than miles — from the dairy farm in western Ohio where Don Luse grew up to Chapel Hill. Everywhere he has gone, Luce has … Continued

Raymond Hackney

September 27, 2006

Hackney turns college job into lifelong mission Ray Hackney was never a straight “A” student like his sister was, but he was always a good enough student to believe in himself and convince his parents that he would be a … Continued

Esther Ko

January 10, 2006

The key to Ko’s success: treating students like family Burma is the country where Esther Ko and her parents were all born, but it was never the place she belonged. Her father was a soldier in the British Army, her … Continued