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After a combined 70 years of service, two premier pilots choose to
l   e   a   v e        t   h    e        c   o c      k   p   i   t
UNPARALLELED QUALITY




FLYING FOR A HIGHER PURPOSE




The same could be said for Fearing and Benson. They will finish their
careers at the end of the year – and until that day will continue to fly
with the same enthusiasm and enjoyment they found here more than
three decades ago.




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Non-recu rring s tate funding to be
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    With Massey Award, good
              fortune smiles
           on Gloria Fortune




STAYING PUT
A WINNER
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Housekeeper Gloria Fortune, winner of a 2008 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Award, stands in front of Dey
Hall, the building that she has helped to clean for nearly 19 years.




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                                                       JOY OF COOKING


 THE PEOPLE SERVED
FAITH IN PEOPLE




CREATING A BOND
CUTLINE
                        Michael Goy surveys the pantry shelves at the homeless shelter
                    for men in downtown Chapel Hill. He heads a cooking team that for
                      the past 16 years has prepared meals each month at the shelter.




COMMUNICATIONS
WHEN LESS IS MORE

Heartfelt gifts




HEALTH AND SAFETY
    Note to ghoulies and ghosties from Brian Curran, Chapel Hill chief of police: ‘Find
                                                                     somewhere else
                                                                         to celebrate.’




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ADMINISTRATION
IN-STATE CAP




INFLATION INDEX
Last year, for the first time, some money was earmarked to improve
student advising. Gray-Little suggested that a smaller amount be
devoted to student advising during the next few years in order to pay
for the additional staff that will be needed for some of the new
advising programs.




THE ELECTION
C I VI C DU TY Chancellor Holden Thorp casts his ballot last Friday at the Morehea d Building on campus, one of
the early-voting sites in Orange County.
S O AP B O XES A N D TRE E S TU MP S
A man from Burlington votes in the presidential election of 1956 that featured a rematch between incumbent Dwight
Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson. The photo is one of 250 pieces from the North Carolina Collection Gallery’s exhibit
on display in Wilson Library through Jan. 31, 2009, “Soapboxes and Tree Stumps: Political Campaigning in North
Carolina.” The show focuses on the period from 1890 to 1990. See library.unc.edu/ncc/gallery.html.




FACSTAFF


                University awards honor
EMPLOYEE EXCELLENCE




COBLE




CONNOLLY
MOON




SUMMERS




WALKER-BARNHARDT
Excellence in Management Awards


OWEN




PHILLIPS




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Chancellor Holden Thorp (center, first row) and Dwayne Pinkney (center, third row) assistant vice chancellor for
finance and administration, presented Chancellor's Awards and Excel lence in
Management Awards Oct. 10. Pictured are: (first row, from left) Karen Moon, Thorp, Kimberly Walker -Barnhardt;
(second row) Bonita Summers, Katrina Coble; (third row) Ed Phillips, Pinkney, Robert Connolly. Not pictured: Todd
Owen.
A J OB W ELL D ON E Dawn Ray, who works in the McLendon Clinical Laboratories administrative office, received
the 2008 Margaret O. Gulley Award for Secretarial Excellence
in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Oct. 27.




WORKING

Q&A




Why is this happening now?




What has Human Resources done to alert employees to this pending change?




How did employees react at those meetings?




Why is the number of vendors being reduced from seven to two?
How did the selection process work?




Has the reduction in vendor choices been a major complaint? And is it a bad idea
to limit employees’ investment choices?




How can you have as many choices with two vendors as with seven?




What tier would someone choose if they don’t want to make investment choices
for themselves?
What about someone who wants to have more control over
investments?




What about Tier III and Tier IV?




What if I want to maintain my relationship with an independent investment adviser
from another company who charges fees?




What should employees with 403(b) accounts do now?




Will an employee with any of these
discontinued vendors have to transfer their funds to either Fidelity or TIAA -CREF?
                                               HUMA N
                                       RE S O URCE S B RIE FS

WINTER BLOOD DRIVE




BENEFITS ENROLLMENT DEADLINE




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MA S C O T L O VE Sheila Meadows gets a hug from Rameses at the annual Employee Appreciation Fair O ct. 16.
Carolina employees gathered in the Pit on the sunny fall day to take part in the annual event, which included live
music, food, games and other entertainment.
RESEARCH




OUTREACH/PUBLIC SERVICE

CUTLINE
 For nearly two years now, Diane Adamson, far right and bottom right, has served as a USO volunteer at Raleigh -
                                     Durham International Airport on the first and third Sundays of each month.
LOOKING OUT FOR OTHERS
A SENSE OF GRATITUDE




And she prays that day will come soon.
NEWSBRIEFS
STONE CENTER LECTURE SET FOR OCT. 30




LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL



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‘TRUMBO’ MOVIE PRODUCER SPEAKS




THE PROCESS SERIES




TALK EXAMINES EFFECT OF JIM CROW ON CHILDREN




AWARD DEADLINE TO WATCH
UHLMAN SEMINAR EXAMINES
HOLOCAUST TESTIMONIES




‘CE-YO’ STIRS IT UP




FREE AIDS TESTS




5K RUN HONORS EVE CARSON




MULTICULTURAL FAIR SET FOR OCT. 31




TRAFFIC WATCH




LUNG CANCER SUBJECT OF SYMPOSIUM
HIGHLIGHTING SURVIVAL, HUMAN
DIGNITY DURING WAR




CELEBRATE 6 MILLION BOOKS




FOCUS IS ON EATING DISORDERS NOV. 8



The conference, “From DNA to the Dinner Table: Couples and Families
in the Treatment of Eating Disorders,” features guest speakers covering
topics such as couple-based therapy for anorexia nervosa, involving the
family in treatment, parent training for childhood weight control,
nutrition and brain chemistry in individuals with eating disorders and
dialectical behavior therapy for eating disorders (962-2118;
                   ).




SUSTAINABILITY
GREEN DAYS Josh LeMere, left, of Coastal Geothermal, talks with Jim Ward, associate director for horticulture at
the North Carolina Botanical Garden, about the installation of piping linking the 28,500 -foot-deep geothermal wells
at the garden. Part of the garden’s new Visitor Education Center, scheduled for completion next spring, the
alternative energy program was funded by the student Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee. Tours of the
site were just one of the activities planned during Campus Sustainability Days,
Oct. 22–24, sponsored by the UNC Sustainability Office.




CALENDAR
DISCUSSION “Intellectual Property and Copyright in Arts and Humanities.” Laura N. Gasaway, Deborah Gerhardt.
    Institute for the Arts and Humanities. University Rm, Hyde. 4–6 pm. snipurl.com/4kr7h

PERFORMANCE “An Evening of John Cage and Others.” Music professor/pianist Stefan Litwin, other faculty and
   students perform concert for piano and orchestra. Gerrard. 7 pm. $

READING Paul Austin reads from “Something for the Pain: One Doctor’s Account of Life and Death in the ER.” Bull’s
   Head Bookshop. 3:30pm.

CONFERENCE Fourth Annual Conference on Eating Disorders: “From DNA to the Dinner Table: Couples and Families in
   the                    Treatment                of                    Eating                     Disorders.”
   Eating                    Disorders              Program.                     Friday                    Ctr.
   8:30 am–4:45 pm. $ snipurl.com/4krti

LECTURE “The Memory of War and the Erasure of Iraq.” Marita Sturken, NYU. Hyde Hall. 4 pm. snipurl.com/4kovt

READING                                    Robert               Cantwell                   reads               from
   “If   Beale      Street    Could     Talk:   Music,      Community,   Culture.”      Bull’s   Head     Bookshop.
   3:30 pm.



READING Joseph Flora reads from Reading Hemingway’s ‘Men Without Women’: Glossary and Commentary.” Bull’s
   Head Bookshop. 3:30 pm.

TRADESHOW Material and Disbursement Services’ Information Technology Vendor Tradeshow. Great Hall, Union.
   9 am–1 pm. Call 962-3477; e-mail dale_poole@unc.edu.

CONFERENCE “Global Encounters: Legacies of Exchange and Conflict, 1000–1700.” Keynote: Karen Ordahl Kupperman,
   NYU; Alfred J. Andrea, U Vermont. Friday Ctr. (continues on 11/15) mems.unc.edu

LECTURE “Communal Genocide: Personal Accounts of Eastern Galicia.” Omer Bartov, Brown U. Friday Ctr. 7:30 pm.
   www.unc.edu/ccjs

READING Dick Vitale signs “Dick Vitale’s Fabulous 50 Players and Moments in College Basketball: From the Best Seat in
   the House During My 30 Years at ESPN.” Bull’s Head Bookshop. Noon.

READING John and Dale Reed read from “Holy Smoke: The Big Book of North Carolina Barbecue.” Bull’s Head
   Bookshop. 3:30 pm.

LECTURE “Folk Scare: The Resurrection of Tom Dooley.” Robert Cantwell. Ackland Art Museum. 1 pm. $
   www.ackland.org
READING Betsy Greer reads from “Knitting for Good! A guide to
Creating Personal, Social and Political Change Stitch by Stitch.” Bull’s
Head Bookshop. 3:30 pm.



CUTLINE
INNOVATIVE,
RULEBREAKING,
JAZZ-ON-THE-EDGE,
ECLECTIC PIONEER
O R N E TTE C OLE MA N One of the great innovators in jazz, Pulitzer Prize-winning saxophonist/composer
Ornette Coleman plays a seminal role in American music. Identified with the free jazz movement of the 1960s, his
influence extends far beyond the realm of his chosen medium. He performs Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall.
Call 843-3333. Click here (snipurl.com/4lp5a) for a National Public Radio story about Coleman – and to listen to
samples of his music.

				
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