Month: June 2016

$3.7 million gift endows the Karen M. Gil Internship Program in Psychology

In the fall of her senior year, Liz Bailey ’15 of Raleigh had job offers in sales and consulting, but she didn’t think they’d make the best use of her psychology and chemistry majors. “I didn’t see myself thriving in these positions,” she said. “I had never been exposed to what a career in psychology …

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A love of Carolina basketball and poetry: Endowed professorship honors ’57 championship team, donor’s wife

When Bob Young and Lennie Rosenbluth came from their native New York City to Carolina — as recruits for a team destined to become 1957 basketball national champions — they dined on some strange concoctions. “We had Southern fried chicken, turnip greens, hush puppies and things we’d never heard of,” said Young. “But it tasted …

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