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On-Line Version Spring 2007
A Lasting Mark
On the Cover:
Private funding has helped lay the foundation for excellence in graduate education. One shining example has led the way.


Message from the Dean
Private funding has helped shape graduate education at Carolina, and such philanthropy continues to leave a lasting mark.

What's New
University announces American Indian Center; University Fellows welcome new director.

From the Source
Margarita Machado-Casas, who received a GEAB Impact Award for research undertaken while pursuing her doctoral degree in education, bridges cultural differences between schools and immigrants.


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  Feature Stories  
Road Scholars
The Royster Society of Fellows has brought some of the finest graduate students in the country to the University of North Carolina. And for the past three years, Society director Peter J. Robinson has been bringing North Carolina to the students.
The Industry Guy
Outgoing Graduate Education Advancement Board chair David L. Lewis has made a lasting impact on Carolina graduate education by lending his business expertise and perspective.

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