|Singer honored for leadership and service in Chapel Hill-Durham community|
|February 01, 2012|
Philip Singer, PhD, and his wife, Ellen Singer, have been honored by the Jewish Federation of Durham-Chapel Hill for their leadership and service to the community. The couple will accept the Sara and Mutt Evans Leadership Award on Feb. 4 at the federation's kickoff celebration at the Levin Jewish Community Center in Durham, N.C.
Dr. Singer, a recently retired distinguished professor of environmental sciences and engineering at UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, now is an adjunct professor in the department.
"In public health, we understand that community is at the core of a healthy public," said Lewis Margolis, MD, MPH, associate professor of maternal and child health and former president of the federation.
"Through their leadership, wisdom and generosity, Ellen and Phil Singer have played key roles in building a vibrant Jewish community that partners in so many ways with the entire Durham-Chapel Hill community."
To learn more about the event or to include a tribute in the event program book, visit the federation website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Last updated February 02, 2012|