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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been awarded a grant expected to be valued at $17.5 million over five years from the U.S. Department of Energy and President Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for an innovative interdisciplinary research center to develop solar fuels from next-generation photovoltaic technology. The UNC initiative is one of 46 Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRCs) being funded at U.S. universities and research institutions to accelerate scientific breakthroughs for advanced energy technology development, the White House announced Monday (April 27) in conjunction with a ...
This is about the American political party commonly known as the "Populists" which existed from 1887 to 1908. For other American and worldwide parties using the term populists see Populist Party . The People's Party , also known as the "Populists" was a short-lived political party in the United States established in 1887. The party did not remain a lasting feature most probably because it had been so closely identified with the free silver movement which was not meaningful for urban voters. Currency ceased to become a major issue as the U.S came out of the recession of the 1890s. The very term " ...
Collaboration key at NCRC | Salisbury, NC - Salisbury Post
Editor's note: This is the second of two stories about the creation and development of the N.C. Research Campus.KANNAPOLIS — The best asset at the N.C. Research Campus isn't a million-dollar microscope or the strongest superconducting magnet in the world, according to a key campus figure. It's collaboration, said Dr. Steven Leath, who oversees the Research Campus for the University of North Carolina System and heads the David H. Murdock Research Institute board of directors. While the campus in Kannapolis boasts one of the most complete life science laboratories anywhere, Leath said the hub's biggest ... market research, surveys and trends
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co-organized the panel “Gender, Violence, Nation and State in Contemporary Africa” and presented a paper entitled "Rape and the Transgressions of Nation-State Narratives” at the Canadian Association for African Studies, May 5-7 at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo released his latest CD, Italia , a collection of works composed in or about Italy.  This is his 10th disc, and is available on the Navona Records label.  A multimedia/enhanced content website accompanies the recording, and may be accessed at . Assistant Professor of History market research, surveys and trends


North Carolina Rising - Town Hall Meetings - UNC Pembroke
Moderated by UNC-TV’s Director of Production, Shannon Vickery, this topical town hall event features an interactive, multimedia dialogue among expert panelists, representing local leadership in education, policy and industry, and viewers like you. Participating experts include: UNC-Pembroke Chancellor Charles Jenkins; Dr. Larry Keen, President of Fayetteville Technical Community College; Archie Hart, Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Agriculture; Dr. Freda Porter, Founder and President, Porter Scientific; and Steve Yost, CecD, Director, North Carolina’s Southeast. Topics for discussion include the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Through its teaching, research and engagement, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill serves as an educational and economic beacon for the people of North Carolina and beyond. History The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was the nation’s first state university to open its doors and the only public university to award degrees in the 18th century. Authorized by the N.C. Constitution in 1776, the University was chartered by the N.C. General Assembly Dec. 11, 1789, the same year George Washington first was inaugurated as president. The cornerstone was laid for Old East, the nation’s first state ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


UNC, NC State Collaboration Meeting
Nov 18, 2009 ... Today's Agenda. ► Introductions. ► Collaboration Concept. ► Scope of Collaboration. ► Joint Timeline. ► Implementation Status ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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body for North Carolina's state-sponsored public history activities. NC ECHO co- sponsored the conference's. "collaboration fair," helped with the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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SONGFILTER It's a good one. I consider myself a music aficionado, but I still am stumped on this one. My buddy thinks it's from a movie soundtrack, I' not too sure it is - but we both definitely recognize the hook. We transcribed it into notes for you all - more after the jump... Help! My SO is leaving for Mexico (work-related) in the AM and needs to know what the deal is with electronics (i.e., laptops, digital camera, cell phone, etc.) w/r/t converters or adapters for power cables and so forth. Researching cheap and cheerful equipment (mics, mixers, etc.) for recording podcasts. The caveat: there will be ...