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225 years of Tar Heels: Elizabeth Scott Carrington


In 1969, the building housing UNC’s School of Nursing was named Carrington Hall to honor Elizabeth Scott Carrington. At 67 years old, she received this distinction for the journey she had embarked on with this school. Carrington was instrumental in the school's founding. Carrington was also instrumental in founding UNC's bachelor of science in nursing program. (UNC.edu)

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