- Up one level
- 1977 Seminar - The Minority Researcher
- 1990 Dedication program for McGavran-Greenberg Hall and the Herman G. Baity Environmental Laboratory
Presiding: Michel A. Ibrahim, Dean. Remarks by Earl J. Phillips, Chair, UNC Board of Trustees. Memorial presentations by Frances E. Williamson, Delton Atkinson, Emil T. Chanlett. Dedication by Paul Hardin, Chancellor.
- 1991 Michel Ibrahim memorandum about the 1991 Strategic Plan
- 1991 School of Public Health Strategic Plan
Developed through a major strategic planning effort involving departmental strategic planning and a School-wide faculty committee, in response to a "Call to Plan" from Chancellor Paul Hardin.
- 40120_1-31-013 Minority Advisory Committee, 1971-1972
Scan of folder in Wilson Library Archives, Collection 40120, Box 1:31
- 40120_1-32-005 SPH Minority Committee, 1972-74
SPHminoritiesCtte-1972-74-From-40120_box1-32-0005.pdf - Scanned pages from UNC Wilson Library Special Collections, collection 40120, box 1:32, SPH Minority Affairs Committee, 1972-1974.
- 40120_1-32-006 SPH Minority Affairs, 1973-1979
40120_box1-32-0006-SPHminorityStudentAffairs1973-1979.pdf - scanned documents from UNC Wilson Library Special Collections, Records of the School of Public Health, collection 40120, box 1:32, Minority Student Affairs, 1973-1979
- A Guide to Researching Public Health at UNC: Selected Current & Historical Resources
Tools that may be useful to the researcher interested in exploring further the past, present, and future of the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health as well as the history of public health in North Carolina and elsewhere. The materials are in various print and electronic formats and may be accessed either online or in the collections housed at various libraries at UNC, including the Health Sciences Library and Wilson Library (Southern Historical Collection; North Carolina Collection; University Archives). For research assistance or further information, please contact the Resources Management Department, UNC Health Sciences Library at 919-962-0500.
- Archived pages from the UNC SPH website
- Documents to add
- Domestic enrollment in the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina for 1974-75
- History of equity and diversity activities
- Interviews in the Southern Rural Poverty Collection
From 1992-1994, Professors Robert Korstad and Neil Boothby interviewed more than 30 of the leading figures of the post civil rights era that focused on issues of poverty and inequality in the rural South. This collection of unedited interviews documents the first-hand experiences of these individuals and their communities living with pervasive poverty in the South, and their individual efforts to help their communities. Includes interviews with John Hatch (alone and with H. Jack Geiger and L.C. Dorsey.
- Milton Joseph Rosenau biography at NCpedia
by J. Marshall Bullock, 1994
- Minority Student Caucus and Annual Minority Health Conference
Founded in 1971 as the Black Student Caucus in the School of Public Health, the Minority Student Caucus launched the annual Minority Health Conference in 1977.
- Photograph collection in Flickr
Includes albums from the Annual Minority Health Conference as far back as 2006
- Racism - Science & Tools - Selected citations for Chapter 2
This page will contain links to selected UNC historical documents cited in chapter 2 of Racism: Science & Tools for the Public Health Professional
- Robert Korstad, Dreaming of a Time
The School of Public Health, The University of North Carolina, 1939-1989. Written by Robert Korstad of the Duke Sanford School of Public Policy, the book was commissioned by Dean Michel Ibrahim for the School's 50th anniversary. Harriet Barr worked closely with Korstad.
- Robert Korstad, Fighting For Our Lives
Carolina Alumni Review, Fall 1989 - A preview of Dreaming of a Time,
- School of Public Health catalogs for various years
in Digital NC.
- School of Public Health first appears in The University of North Carolina Record
March 10, 1941. Number 365. Catalogue Issue,1940-1941. See image 303 of 327. Prior to 1940, public health was a division in the School of Medicine.
- See also UNC history
- UNC public health, on the eve of becoming a school
As characterized in the University Record for 1939-1940, "The Division of Public Health is geographically and spiritually in the School of Medicine, with which it maintains close cooperation.Academically, it clears through the Graduate School and those interested are advised to consult the Graduate School Catalogue." (p.7). The change to a School of Public Health became effective in June 1940.
- University Archives: Records of the School of Public Health, 1930-2007
Links to the Wilson Library finding aid and to available digitized items from 22 folders from 1968-1982 in Subseries 1.2.8. Student Affairs.