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Date:10/20/2008

ony G. Waldrop of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill were on hand to represent each of their respective universities on the dais. In addition, representatives from a number of other universities within the UNC System were in attendance. President Erskine Bowles said, "I'm immensely proud that researchers and graduate students from seven UNC campuses are actively involved at the NC Research Campus, but what really energizes and excites me is all the cutting-edge research and life-altering discoveries that will happen within these world-class laboratories and facilities. With education, government, and the private sector working together in partnership, this Research Campus has enormous potential to create new jobs and spur economic development in our state."

Special guests included US Senator Elizabeth H. Dole, US Senator Richard M. Burr, US Congressman Robin C. Hayes, US Congressman J. Howard Coble, US Congressman Mel Watt, Lieutenant Governor Beverly E. Perdue, NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall, along with former Governors James B. Hunt, Jr. and James G. Martin. Senator Marc Basnight, President Pro Tempore, NC Senate, and Speaker Joe Hackney, Speaker of the NC House of Representatives, along with NC Senator Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr., led the delegation of area representatives from the NC Senate and NC House of Representatives to the dais. "This campus is a shining example of the future and vision of the state of North Carolina," remarked Senator Fletcher Hartsell. "I am reminded of Thomas Jefferson's quote, 'I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.' I can only imagine what great discovery and promise lies ahead because of the collaboration on this campus." Senator Dole, Senator Burr, Congressman Hayes, Senator Basnight, and Senator Hartsell return to the campus after having been present for the announcement of the NC Research Campus on September 25, 2005 and subsequent events in the development of the campus. The NC
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