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Your Environment. Your Health.
Program & Reception Photo Gallery
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The first of their kind, the 12 NIEHS Champion of Environmental Health Science awards await their rightful owners.
NIEHS Director, Dr. Linda Birnbaum, welcome all to the special occasion.
Governor Jim Hunt share his thoughts as he tells a great North Carolina and American story: "NIEHS in the Triangle.
Dr. Birnbaum, togethr with her husband, David and some of the Champion Awardees, Kenneth Olden, David Schwartz, and Sam Wilson listen intently to Ira Flatow's keynote address.
Keynote speaker, Ira Flatow, enjoys Dr. Birnbaum's remarks together with Congressman David Price.
Ira Flatow, IPR's host of Science Friday, shares his keynote address with the institute.
UNC Chancellor, Carol Folt, shares her remarks in advance of presenting the Environmental Health Science Champion Awards to their recipients.
Dr. Birnbaum and husband, David, listen with NC Governor Jim Hunt and former NIEHS Director, Dr. Kenneth Olden to Ira Flatow's Keynote address.
Joe and Terry Graedon of "The People's Pharmacy", share their insights as to why environmental health science matters to people.
NIEHS DIrector, Linda Birnbaum, applauds Champion Awardees and their contributions to environmental health science.
NIEHSers play a fierce game of Corn Hole on the lawn.
The 50th Anniversary Committee members pose together on the Rall bldg lawn during the Big Day reception. Front row(seated): Kathryn Lawrence, Anne Thompson, Jennifer Collins, Anne Sassaman. Second row: Julie Nixon, Eli Ney, Christine Bruske...