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    Once 50 gifts are made to the UNC Institute for the Environment, IE Director Michael Piehler will donate $3,000.

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    IE Board Chair Bryan Brice, BA ’85, JD ’90, and his wife Carson, BA ’89, MBA ’97, will donate $1,000 for every donation made to the Institute for the Environment up to $20,000.

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    Once 20 gifts of $20 or more are made to the UNC Institute for the Environment, IE Director Michael Piehler will donate $2,000.

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    Once 10 current or former IE Board Member makes a donation of any amount to the Institute for the Environment, IE Board Chair Bryan Brice, BA ’85, JD ’90, will donate $10,000.

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    The UNC Institute for the Environment (IE) fosters and conducts collaborations with faculty, students and staff across the university to identify and solve the world’s environmental challenges and sustain and improve the environment.

    The IE develops multidisciplinary collaborations to understand major environmental issues and engage myriad academic disciplines, public and private partners, and an informed and committed community. Through IE’s air and water research centers, our public service and outreach, and field sites and experiential education programs, the IE provides interdisciplinary forums for faculty, students and community partners to meet pressing environmental challenges.

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