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Prizes Awarded to Best Presentations at The Aging Exchange
February 3, 2004
Six graduate students and postdoctoral fellows were awarded prizes for their outstanding presentations at The Aging Exchange: Education, Research and Service at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This half-day event, sponsored by the Institute on Aging, in collaboration with several partners at UNC, was held on January 20, 2004.
Approximately 140 campus and community people were in attendance as the students and fellows presented their work. Seven students were selected to give verbal presentations, and 18 students gave poster presentations.
The winners, each of whom will receive a $75 prize, are:
The Aging Exchange also included a tribute to Dr. Elizabeth Mutran, a Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Mutran, presentation of the Gordon H. DeFriese Career Development In Aging Research Awards, an exhibit of aging programs from across the campus, and an evening reception.
Co-sponsors of the event included: the Program on Aging of the School of Medicine; the School of Social Work; the School of Nursing; the School of Dentistry; the School of Pharmacy; the Interdisciplinary Certificate in Aging Program; the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research; the Center for Aging, Disablement and Long Term Care; and the Demography and Economics of Aging Research (DEAR) Program of the Carolina Population Center.
For more information, visit the The Aging Exchange web site.
Institute on Aging
720 Martin Luther King Blvd., CB #1030
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1030
phone 919-966-9444 | fax 919-966-0510
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