ARTICLES BY Miriam Sauls

  • November 30, 2002
  • November 30, 2002
  • "It's important to have thinking nurses with excellent research skills. The old hierarchy simply doesn't hold anymore." Mary Champagne Dean, School of Nursing. Chris Hildreth.
    November 30, 2002
    Changing face of the pr
  • November 30, 2002
    There was a time when physical health and spiritual health weren't considered separately, and nuns and monks, deacons and deaconesses, ministered to both. Somewhere along the way, science split off and the medical profession saw its role purely in physical terms.
  • Married with challenge: Grad students Antony John and Audrey Odom, who wed in May, stand on the threshold of balancing two academic careers. Chris Hildreth.
    January 31, 2002
    To catch a glimpse into the harried life of a Duke graduate student, ask Audrey Odom '96 about her wedding weekend. Odom, an M.D.-Ph.D. student, describes how after she and her British fiancé, Antony John--a Duke graduate student in music--set their wedding date for early May, she learned she had been chosen to receive the prestigious Weintraub award for excellence in graduate study in the biological sciences.
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