Mark Locklear - UNC-Pembroke

Mark Locklear - UNC-Pembroke

PEMBROKE — Jovian Zayne shared her personal story of beating the odds and becoming an international public speaker with UNC Pembroke’s Class of 2023.

PEMBROKE — Losing her grandmother to colon cancer on Christmas Day 2014 compelled Jada Jacobs to pursue a career in medicine. 

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UNCP, Lumbee Tribe build on shared vision

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke and the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina value the importance of collaboration. 

PEMBROKE —The Distinguished Speaker Series, which brings notable celebrities and prominent lecturers to The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, is back for 2019-20 and hosted by Givens Performing Arts Center and UNCP's Campus Engagement and Leadership.

PEMBROKE — The Blind Boys of Alabama have been performing concerts for seven decades. Along the way, they’ve performed for three different U.S. Presidents, earned five Grammy Awards and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. 

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke and N.C. State University are expanding their 3-plus-2 engineering program to offer additional degree options for students interested in civil and environmental engineering careers.

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. 

PEMBROKE — Beginning this fall, UNC Pembroke will begin accepting applications for the Graduate Certificate in Addictions Counseling program. The GCAC program, which has been in development since 2017, is designed to prepare students for addiction specific professional counseling careers. 

PEMBROKE — Dr. Scott Hicks, director of the Teaching and Learning Center and professor of English, Theatre and Foreign Languages at UNC Pembroke, has been named an Engaged Faculty Scholar by North Carolina Campus Compact. 

PEMBROKE —The outdoor drama "Strike at the Wind!" is returning to its roots — where it began more than 40 years ago. 

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