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Student Award in Diversity to be Re-named in Memory of Pauline W. Brown

When Pauline W. Brown passed in December 2009, the School of Nursing lost an active, vibrant faculty member.  She was a champion for diversity, serving on the School’s Ethnic Minority Visiting Scholar committee, and held many leadership positions at both the School and University levels.
So, it is fitting that the School is renaming its Kindred Spirits Award in Brown’s memory. The School launched the program in 2005 to recognize undergraduate and graduate students who submit work that analyzes a subject using the lens of race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality and culture, or that focuses on the contributions of women and men of all colors to society, history, culture or thought.
To read about previous award winners and their projects: http://nursing.unc.edu/departments/oma/awards.When Pauline W. Brown passed in December 2009, the School of Nursing lost an active, vibrant faculty member. She was a champion for diversity, serving on the School’s Ethnic Minority Visiting Scholar committee, and held many leadership positions at both the School and University levels.

When Pauline W. Brown passed in December 2009, the School of Nursing lost an active, vibrant faculty member. She was a champion for diversity, serving on the School’s Ethnic Minority Visiting

Asst. Prof. Pauline Brown passed in December 2009. The School's Kindred Spirits Award is now being re-named in her memory.

Asst. Prof. Pauline Brown passed in December 2009. The School's Kindred Spirits Award is now being re-named in her memory.

Scholar committee, and held many leadership positions at both the School and University levels.

So, it is fitting that the School is renaming its Kindred Spirits Award in Brown’s memory. The School launched the program in 2005 to recognize undergraduate and graduate students who submit work that analyzes a subject using the lens of race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality and culture, or that focuses on the contributions of women and men of all colors to society, history, culture or thought.

To read about previous award winners and their projects: http://nursing.unc.edu/departments/oma/awards.html