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PEMBROKE — Food service giant Sodexo is donating $20,000 to assist students experiencing food insecurity at UNC Pembroke.

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Friday, 25 September 2020 12:19

National Science Foundation awards $86,880 to UNCP

PEMBROKE — The National Science Foundation has awarded UNC Pembroke a grant of $86,880 to develop computer simulations which may be used to test new methods of treating neuromuscular diseases.

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PEMBROKE — If you frequent Pembroke, chances are you’ve seen Emmaline Mansfield’s visual handiwork.

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PEMBROKE — Now more than ever, effective leadership is playing a pivotal role at college campuses across the country. This fall, long-time board member Patrick Corso of Southern Pines takes the helm as the new Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the university, filling a critical leadership role. 

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PEMBROKE — Drs. Malinda Maynor Lowery and Arwin Smallwood will facilitate a discussion titled “Sharing Black and Native Histories” as part of UNC Pembroke’s Virtual Diversity Series.

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Wednesday, 09 September 2020 15:29

UNCP hosts 9/11 Virtual Week of Service

PEMBROKE — The Office of Community and Civic Engagement at UNC Pembroke is leading the annual 9/11 Week of Service, which will be hosted in a virtual format to support social distancing and safety measures related to COVID-19. 

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PEMBROKE — For the third consecutive year, UNC Pembroke has been awarded a gold level certificate of safety achievement from the North Carolina Department of Labor.

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PEMBROKE — After spending the last two summers with engineers at one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, David Green can attest to the saying, "not all learning takes place in the classroom."

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PEMBROKE — On the first day of classes in August, students returned to campus wearing face coverings and in noticeably different physical spaces due to COVID-19. Though those changes didn’t seem to dampen the excitement for more than 2,932 students new to UNCP.

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PEMBROKE —U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will appear as UNC Pembroke’s final guest in the 2019-20 Distinguished Speaker Series. 

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