The State

A $22.3 million grant from The Duke Endowment to Furman University will support one of the school’s top merit scholarship programs. Read more.


A new evaluation sheds light on a statewide shaken baby prevention effort in North Carolina. Read more.


Greenwood School District 50 was selected to participate in the Medical University of South Carolina’s school and community-based childhood obesity prevention initiative. Read more.


The newest academic building at Davidson College will be named in honor of E. Craig Wall Jr., a former Trustee of The Duke Endowment. Read more.


Our president, Gene Cochrane, received the 2015 Jim Bernstein Community Health Career Achievement Award last night at the Jim Bernstein Dinner and Lecture in Chapel Hill.  Read the news release.

Watauga Democrat

A new nonprofit is working to combat poverty and hunger in western North Carolina. Read more

The Rocky Mount Telegram

Nash UNC Health Care is participating in a national program to help cancer survivors move beyond treatment. Read more.


Duke Today

A program that helps under-represented students pursue college is expanding to serve more high schools. Read more.

The Times and Democrat

The Regional Medical Center in Orangeburg, S.C., has been recognized for implementing a healthy food environment and a tobacco-free worksite. Read more.

The Charlotte Observer

As our region’s elderly population grows, experts say we need to foster innovative ‘aging in place’ services for seniors. Read more.