W Davis III of Winston-Salem; Dudley E. Flood of Raleigh; Hannah D. Gage ' 75 of Wilmington; Willie J Gilchrist of Halifax; Charles H. Mercer ' 69 of Raleigh; and Gladys Ashe Robinson of Greensboro. Leaving the board of governors are Lois G. Britt of Rose Hill; Helen Rhyne Marvin of Gastonia; Timothy Keith Moore ' 92 of Shelby; Maxine H. O'Kel- ley of Burlington; D. Wayne Peterson of Pinehurst;John L. Sanders ' 54 of Chapel Hill; the Rev. C.R. Edwards of Knight- dale; and R.V Owens III of Nags Head.
UNC H OSPITALS RANKS
IN 10 SPECIALTIES
September 9 -
December 30, 2001
Highlights of th.e Museum's
most significant European
drawings from the 16th
through the 20th centuries.
73 drawings, including works
by Eugene Delacroix,Jean-
Honore Fragonard, Edward
Lear and EgonShieIe.
Full-color catalogue available,
$40 (members 35): Call
UNC Hospitals ranks among the nation's best medical centers, according to Us. News & World
Report magazine. Ten medical specialties
earned spots among the top 50 progran1s
of their kind nationwide, including a No.
10 ranking for the gynecology program, a
move up from 14th in last year's ranking.
To make the annual "America's Best
H ospitals" issue, a hospital has to meet
one of three standards: membership in the
Council of Teaching Hospitals; affiliation
with a medical school; or provide at least
nine of 17 prescribed technological serv-
ices. These criteria winnowed the number
of"rankable" medical centers in the
United States from 6, 116 to 1,878.
UNC Hospitals also appeared in the
following specialty rankings: 38th in can-
. cer; 47th in digestive disorders; 23rd in
ear, nose and throat; 47th in urology; 43rd
in orthopedic; 39th in geriatrics; 31st in
hormonal disorders; 23rd in kidney dis-
ease; and 21st in pulmonary disease.
Ackland Art Museum
BUSINESS SCHOOL IMPROVES
IN MAGAZINE RANKINGS
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