IMPACT, a quarterly newsletter from NCIPH
August 2016 UNC Gillings School of Public Health

In this issue of Impact

Summer Greetings from Director Anna Schenck
At NCIPH, summer is not a “lazy, hazy” time of year – in fact, we’ve been crazy busy! In this issue of Impact we feature an exciting new project supported by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust; some new faces at NCIPH including staff and student interns; our training roll-up for the last fiscal year; and NCIPH’s role in the UNC Gillings School’s re-accreditation process. 

Anna SchenckI also want to share some organizational news that will unfold this fall.  As a result of the Institute’s organizational review (reported in the February Impact), the School has decided to hire a full-time Director for NCIPH.


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New project with the Twin Counties aims to Collect and Translate Much-Needed Community Health Data
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust recently awarded NCIPH a two-year grant to work with Nash and Edgecombe Counties  (the Twin Counties)  to collect valuable community health information and provide data analysis and visualization expertise.

And More News from NCIPH

New Faces at NCIPH

Maintaining Quality and Improving Efficiency of NCIPH Training and Continuing Education Programs

Gillings School of Global Public Health Prepares for Reaccreditation

Upcoming NCIPH Trainings