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Sociology professor Dr. Calvina Ellerbe gave a death defying last lecture for several hundred friends and family in UNC Pembroke’s Givens Performing Arts Center on April 8.

UNC Pembroke’s annual Business Visions Awards Banquet will be held on Thursday, April 30, at 5:30 p.m. in the Office for Regional Initiatives at COMtech Park.

Chemistry professor Sivanadane (Siva) Mandjiny has been named UNC Pembroke’s recipient of the UNC Board of Governors 2015 Award for Excellence in Teaching.

UNC Pembroke’s A.D. Gallery presents an invitational exhibit referencing the Native American relocation to Fort Marion from 1875-78. It features a range of works by 72 artists representing the 72 Indians forcibly removed from their ancestral lands near Salt Fork, Okla. Those individuals, many of whom were tribal leaders, were taken to Fort Marion in St.

Research by UNC Pembroke’s graduate students is both original and powerful. Drawn from UNCP’s 17 master’s degree programs, student research went on display at the annual Graduate Research Symposium and Open House in the University Center Annex on March 31.

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Apr 25

1:30 PM to 5:30 PM - Moore Hall 112 Auditorium

Apr 25

7:30 PM to 8:30 PM - Moore Hall 112 Auditorium

Apr 26

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Moore Hall 112 Auditorium

Apr 26

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM - Jones Health and PE Center Lumbee Practice Field 1

Apr 27

5:30 PM to 6:30 PM - Moore Hall 112 Auditorium

Recent News

Sociology professor Dr. Calvina Ellerbe gave a death defying last lecture for several hundred friends and family in UNC Pembroke’s Givens Performing Arts Center on April 8.

UNC Pembroke’s annual Business Visions Awards Banquet will be held on Thursday, April 30, at 5:30 p.m. in the Office for Regional Initiatives at COMtech Park.

Chemistry professor Sivanadane (Siva) Mandjiny has been named UNC Pembroke’s recipient of the UNC Board of Governors 2015 Award for Excellence in Teaching.

UNC Pembroke’s A.D. Gallery presents an invitational exhibit referencing the Native American relocation to Fort Marion from 1875-78. It features a range of works by 72 artists representing the 72 Indians forcibly removed from their ancestral lands near Salt Fork, Okla. Those individuals, many of whom were tribal leaders, were taken to Fort Marion in St.

Research by UNC Pembroke’s graduate students is both original and powerful. Drawn from UNCP’s 17 master’s degree programs, student research went on display at the annual Graduate Research Symposium and Open House in the University Center Annex on March 31.

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