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PEMBROKE — In the five years it takes for the average college student to earn a bachelor’s degree, Dana Lamberton completed two — one in applied physics at UNC Pembroke and another in mechanical engineering at N.C. State University. 

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PEMBROKE — Sheila Cummings, founder, president and CEO of Cummings Aerospace, will deliver the Spring Commencement address at UNC Pembroke May 21-22. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Early College High School student Lauren Humann of Rockingham is about to wrap up her time at Richmond Community College with an associate degree and will be heading to East Carolina University this fall.

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Wednesday, 31 March 2021 16:07

RichmondCC hosts Afterschool STEM program

HAMLET — Middle school and high school students met virtually for two months with Richmond Community College instructors in an Afterschool STEM program. At the first of March, they brought what they had been learning virtually to campus for hands-on projects.

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PEMBROKE — A UNC Pembroke student and recent graduate spent their summer break applying their classroom knowledge in real-world experiences through an internship at a high-level aerospace engineering company in Alabama with Pembroke roots. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College will once again be partnering with STEMerald City to offer summer camps that engage children in critical thinking, math, science and technology. However, there’s a twist to this year’s STEAM camps. Camps will be conducted online plus outdoor activities.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College held “Girls Exploring Engineering” on Saturday, Feb. 22, exposing young girls to various fields of engineering through fun, hands-on activities.

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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.

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RALEIGH – This week, the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the Women’s Transportation Seminars will host the annual “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” program. The event is designed to inform sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school with a passion for engineering or a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subject about an exciting career in a typically male-dominated field. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Young visitors to Discovery Place Kids will get hands-on engineering experience this month as the museum centers activities on the theme “Maker Madness.”

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