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January 2014 marked my 40th year in higher education. Reaching that milestone made me pause and reflect on the journey. No matter how I looked at it, two generations or half a lifetime, I could see how the world of higher education and the life of a university professor have changed.

The restructured, renamed and expanded Office of Campus Recreation dedicated its new headquarters on February 27.

“The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates” by Wes Moore will be the common read for UNCP freshmen next fall.

Walter Patterson is UNCP's 2014-15 Farm Bureau Scholar

In the second edition of their book, Dr. William “Rick” Crandall and his father, Dr. Richard E. Crandall present new case studies to support their thesis of the fusion of global manufacturing and service industry business strategies.

  • Second place was a tie! M. Gordon Byrd with “Don’t Forget Me” and Zachary Lunn with “Smoking Cessation.”
    10:14 AM - 21 Apr 14
  • A special congratulations to our University winners. In first place was Quincee Tompkins who won with “A Place Forgotten.”
    10:13 AM - 21 Apr 14
  • Congratulations also to the winners of our Poetry and Prose Contest. Enjoy your prizes! University Students... http://t.co/6P8PsIUFnz
    10:11 AM - 21 Apr 14
  • Wow! Our campus scholars were busy this year. Congratulations on your publications! http://t.co/8aST8sZiDf
    10:03 AM - 21 Apr 14