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From 2008-2010, as part of the grant: ‘DigCCurr I: Preserving Access to Our Digital Future: Building an International Digital Curation Curriculum’ (DigCCurr I) funded through the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a number of fellows at the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)(More)
BACKGROUND Contrasting evidence exists on the ability of clinicians to identify biopsychosocial factors in patients with musculoskeletal pain compared to questionnaires. OBJECTIVE Evaluate associations between two aspects of clinical practice used to assess biopsychosocial factor contribution in patient presentations (physiotherapist perceptions versus(More)
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The 2009-2010 academic year was another record-breaking year for the Chemistry Department. We graduated more Chemistry majors (17) than any year since 1981 and we sent another 11 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology majors out into the world. Fourteen of the Chemistry majors graduated with an ACS accredited degree. A total of 15 Chemistry and BMB majors(More)
Greetings from the Chemistry Department! Once again the year has slipped by quickly and we take time to look back on another significant year. First, most importantly, we are pleased to note that Professor Mike Wedlock is recovering nicely from open-heart surgery in May, which repaired a malfunctioning mitral valve. Mike will continue his recuperation(More)
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