Asheboro Courier-Tribune

The Institute for Emerging Issues at N.C. State University has selected Randolph County as one of four counties to participate in KidsReadyNC, a new 18-month effort to strengthen leadership capacity in local early childhood development systems. MORE

The Clay County Progress

The Hinton Rural Life Center has received a three-year grant from The Duke Endowment to develop leadership initiatives. MORE


The Baptist Courier

A $350,000 grant will strengthen Connie Maxwell Children's Home's resources in ministering to children and families through South Carolina's foster care system.MORE



OrthoCarolina physicians and the OrthoCarolina Research Institute launch the nation's first comprehensive study designed to assess the effectiveness of opioid-free pain management for patients. MORE


ECU News Services

A regional program has been launched to provide not-for-profit hospitals and county health departments in eastern North Carolina with better health data at a lower cost. MORE


Hope Center for Children, a nonprofit that provides child welfare services, is helping to address the mental health care gap by establishing a new clinical therapy services program. MORE


Charleston Post & Courier

The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health has launched a Health Policy Fellows program to help state lawmakers understand the intricacies of America's healthcare system.


Natalie C.W. Smith has been named a senior accountant in the finance department at The Duke Endowment. Read the news release.


Kristen Richardson-Frick has been named associate director of the Rural Church program area at The Duke Endowment. Read the news release.

Institute for Emerging Issues Website

Through the Thriving Rural Communities program, the Institute for Emerging Issues is helping churches identify and address challenges facing rural communities. MORE