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Anson Dorrance

December 15, 2010

Dorrance came to Carolina as a walk-on, then hung around to build a sports dynasty Women’s soccer coach Anson Dorrance has been described by the people closest to him as an absent-minded professor so immersed in his own thoughts that … Read more

Stephen Farmer

September 15, 2010

Farmer’s work is driven by a quest for excellence and fairness Stephen Farmer is a storyteller. He believes a big part of the Carolina story reveals – and renews – itself each fall when a new class of undergraduates arrives … Read more

Steven Reznick

August 25, 2010

A passion for making a difference led to psychology professor Steve Reznick’s sterling record of service In 1969, three weeks before he came to Carolina as a first-year student, Steve Reznick attended Woodstock. More than four decades later, he can … Read more

Patsy Oliver

August 11, 2010

Oliver’s gift: balancing dollars with dreams during tough times Some people grow into their jobs, and eventually grow out of them when they have mastered the challenge. Then there are people like Patsy Oliver who, one step at a time, … Read more

Bruce Carney

June 16, 2010

The call of duty supersedes astronomer’s search of the stars Bruce Carney’s work in South Building bears a striking resemblance to the Hubble Space Telescope’s journey into space. Both have kept going longer than anyone imagined – or expected. “The … Read more

Nihlei Tial

May 26, 2010

Housekeeping job a stepping-stone to a better life for Burma refugee Burma (officially the Union of Myanmar) is the largest country in Southeast Asia, bordered by China and India to the north, Bangladesh to the west and Thailand to the … Read more