UNC-Pembroke

UNC-Pembroke

PEMBROKE — A new school is on the horizon at UNC Pembroke to honor Mary McKenzie Edwards, a strong mother and role model who overcame obstacles in the 1930s to become a registered nurse.  

PEMBROKE — Senior Alexis Baril, who will graduate with her second degree from UNC Pembroke in May, has been accepted into Arizona State University School of Music. 

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke is one of over 235 campuses in 37 states and the District of Columbia recently designated as a "Voter Friendly Campus." 

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.  

PEMBROKE — The Office for Regional Initiatives at UNC Pembroke invites high school students in the UNCP service area–Bladen, Columbus, Cumberland, Hoke, Montgomery, Moore, Richmond, Robeson and Scotland counties–to take part in the second Literary ChangeMakers eSummit on April 17 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. 

PEMBROKE — Harley Locklear, a Fall 2020 graduate of the professional school counseling program at UNC Pembroke, will continue his studies in the doctoral program at N.C. State University this fall. 

PEMBROKE — After earning a biology degree at UNCP in 2016, Linda Council decided to place her medical school plans on hold. To prepare for a career as a doctor, she has spent the last four years gaining real-world experience as a first responder.  

PEMBROKE — Ashley McMillan, American Indian liaison to the chancellor at UNC Pembroke, was recently recognized for her dissertation research in higher education. 

PEMBROKE — The senior capstone exhibition Frames of Reference featuring UNC Pembroke art students Stephanie Breault, Catherine Palmer and Autumn Roush is on display at the A.D. Gallery 

PEMBROKE — In a continued effort to increase the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, UNC Pembroke’s Mobile Vaccine Clinic will be traveling this week to sites in Red Springs and Fairmont. 

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