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East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine \"has pioneered and developed some of the most cutting-edge technology in the medical community,\" including robotic heart surgery and telemedicine. Stains discusses researchers and their work at the Brody School of Medicine.
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Through funds provided by philanthropist Julius Rosenwald to improve African American education, 5,300 Rosenwald schools were built in rural areas of 15 Southern states between 1917 and 1932. North Carolina built the most with over 830. Many have fallen into ruin. An effort is now underway \"to find, identify, and record the location of these schools before the structures disappear altogether.\"
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8546
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METRO magazine presents its yearly selection of North Carolinians who have made a contribution to the quality of people's lives in 2006. These include Erskine Bowles; William Atkinson II; Elizabeth F. Buford; Hodding Carter III; Surry Roberts; Linda Edminsten; Gordon Smith; Alice Watkins; S. Lewis Ebert; William S. Powell.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 8 Issue 1, Jan 2007, p25-35, por Periodical Website
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Staino discusses the paintings of Stephen Moore, by occupation a physician, but in his free time a painter of seaside landscapes in bright, intense colors.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 76 Issue 3, Aug 2008, p134-136, 138-139, il, por Periodical Website
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The Protocol School, founded by Rosemary Wyche, offers training and coaching in building a competitive advantage for leaders in business, nonprofits, education and government, providing them with new skills and strategies for success in a rapidly changing and increasingly interconnected world.
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For more than 25 years without its own four walls and a roof, Hospice of Wake County has been reaching out to its neighbors, helping them in their journey toward death with solace, comfort and support in their own homes. How, Hospice of Wake County is planning to open its doors to the neighbors who need them most.
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If there is one overwhelming theme--other than service--to be found in East Carolina University's history, it is the role of the underdog. More often than not, the school and its leaders were told something could not be done, and each time ECU achieved what many thought would be impossible. Like its mascot, the pirate, ECU has always done things outside the expected boundaries and come away with a treasure chest of success.
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The East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine has come a long way in a short time. It is one of the ten \"youngest\" medical school sin the country, but in a short time it has become the focal point for many advanced therapies and treatments that are drawing doctors from around the nation and the world to Greenville, North Carolina for training.
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The largest solar power plant on a building in the Southeast is up and running in Benson, North Carolina. The solar electricity system was designed and installed by Hamlin Energy Solutions. Hamlin produces thirty percent of its own plant’s energy requirements with the rooftop solar system, resulting in a carbon-free method of generating electric power.
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Advanced Energy, a Raleigh-based organization, is helping to rescue uninhabitable houses and turn them into new, energy-efficient residences. Their partnership with Builders of Hope is implementing the program in homes slated for demolition in Raleigh. The program is also works to ensure that the homes are financially affordable.
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Asheboro’s Juanita Brookover is a North Carolina record holder in five track and field events, a national record holder in two, and she set all these records less than four years into her competitive career. Brookover also set national records in the javelin throw, shot put, and discus at the 2001 National Senior Games. As a five-foot tall, eighty-seven-year-old cancer survivor, Brookover tells her story to encourage other seniors to try something new.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 34 Issue 7, July 2002, p26-27, por Periodical Website
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31252
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From the Mother Vine to the Biltmore to the backyard, North Carolina grapes have turned into fine wine for centuries. North Carolina is now referred to as “The Variety Vineland” because of the diversity of grapes that can be grown here. This article discusses the state’s history of wine making and highlights notable vineyards, wineries and winemakers.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 32 Issue 9, Sept 2000, p24-25, il, por Periodical Website
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In this special article, authors discuss the history and relationship of the Red Cross in the United States, and North Carolina specifically.
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