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UNC Celebrates Opening of Roper Hall, New Home of School of Medicine


UNC-Chapel Hill officially unveiled Roper Hall, the new 172,000 square-foot home of the university’s School of Medicine, in a special ceremony on Monday night. The building is named for Dr. Bill Roper, dean of the School of Medicine from 2004-2019. Roper also formerly served as both the interim president of the UNC system and CEO of UNC Health. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Celebrates Opening of Roper Hall, New Home of School of Medicine


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