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MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. — As intergalactic zombies — that eat their sister stars and wander galaxies like the walking dead — neutron stars and black holes have all the makings of a hit movie.

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PEMBROKE— UNC Pembroke assistant professor Camille Locklear Goins is eager to return to the classroom this fall and is especially looking forward to the opportunity to implement practices and skills she gained as a participant in the Transformative Educational Leadership Program. 

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WINSTON-SALEM — Lei Zhang says he moved from his home country for a reason, and it wasn’t a trivial one.

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PEMBROKE — Former UNC Pembroke professor James Ebert, a staple in the biology department who impacted the lives of countless students during his tenure that spanned nearly five decades, died recently at the age of 96. 

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PEMBROKE — Jennifer Wells, an associate professor in the Department of Nursing at UNC Pembroke, has been selected to participate in the North Carolina Nurses Association’s Leadership Academy. 

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PEMBROKE — The COVID-19 pandemic has cost the lives of more than half a million Americans, millions more have become ill, some with long-lasting symptoms and society has been turned on its heels.  

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It’s been more than five months since former University of North Carolina Wilmington professor Mike Adams killed himself after being pushed into early retirement for offensive tweets. My friend David French and my colleague Robert Shibley already wrote powerful articles about it, but I knew eventually I needed to say my piece. 

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PEMBROKE — Most college graduates can single out the one professor whose influence had a lasting impact long after the classroom.

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PEMBROKE — Steven Bourquin had a zest for life.

The popular math professor with a larger-than-life personality was revered by his students and fellow colleagues at UNC Pembroke. He possessed a natural gift to stimulate students’ interest in math. 

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PEMBROKE — Dr. Kevin Freeman has a profound impact on his students — both in and out of the classroom.

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