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Steve Reznick, his wife Donna Kaye and Chancellor Carol L. Folt.

From left, Steve Reznick, his wife Donna Kaye and Chancellor Carol L. Folt. (photo by Mark Terry)

From left, public policy chair Dan Gitterman, Pete Andrews and former Dean Karen Gil. (photo by Kristen Chavez)
From left, public policy chair Dan Gitterman, Pete Andrews and former Dean Karen Gil. (photo by Kristen Chavez)

 

Two College of Arts and Sciences professors — Richard “Pete” Andrews and J. Steven Reznick — have been inducted into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. The honor, created in 1963, is among the most prestigious awards presented by the governor of North Carolina for extraordinary public service to the state.

Andrews is professor emeritus in the department of public policy, and Reznick is a professor in the department of psychology and neuroscience. Both are also Carolina alumni.

 

Read a longer story about the induction.

 

 


Published in the Spring 2016 issue | The Scoop

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