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SON Searches for Its Next Kindred Spirit: Nominations & Applications April 1

Each year, the SON selects one student to receive the Kindred Spirits Award – an accolade given to a student whose coursework examines a subject using the lenses of race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and culture to analyze work in any discipline, or focuses on the contribution of women and men of all colors to society, history, culture, or thought in any area of study.

All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply. Students

Audrey McGraw, BSN '09, was the 2009 Kindred Spirit Award Recipient.

Audrey McGraw, BSN '09, was the 2009 Kindred Spirit Award Recipient.

can submit applications themselves or faculty and staff can submit an entry on a student’s behalf. Past winners, however, are ineligible.

Students can submit research papers, essays (academic, clinical and personal), and other written work from all courses. An interpretive essay should accompany poetry, visual arts, architectural plans, computer programs, and statistical or laboratory work. If a student elects to submit an application in a language other than English, he or she must provide an English translation. Only one entry may be submitted per student.

Submit applications to: The Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs; 1810 Carrington Hall, CB # 7460; UNC‐CH School of Nursing; Chapel Hill, NC 27599