UNC Pembroke’s faculty athletics representative Dr. Jeff Frederick, who is an associate professor in the History Department, has been selected as the Peach Belt Conference’s nominee for the NCAA’s Dr. Dave Pariser Faculty Mentor Award, the league office announced on September 25.
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Ronette Sutton Gerber has been appointed UNC Pembroke’s director of Title IX and Clery Compliance effective September 8. She previously served as associate general counsel for the university.
For most college freshmen, graduate school and careers are a distant dream. But the future is now for UNC Pembroke’s Early Assurance Program (EAP) Scholars, who enter college already accepted to East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine.
Mikala Lowry is UNCP’s sixth EAP Scholar. It is a four-year scholarship that comes with medical school admission. High expectations come with steep requirements, but these talented students are up to the challenge.
FABRICation, an exhibit of textile art, went on display at UNC Pembroke’s A.D. Gallery on September 22 and will run through October 31. The opening reception and gallery talk by artist Virginia Derryberry will be held on Monday, October 6, 3 – 4:30 p.m.
International study is “very doable,” Madison Wilcox explained to fellow students during the recent Study Abroad Fair at UNC Pembroke.
“You can enroll in two-week programs or go for a full semester,” Wilcox said. “A lot of students think is not affordable, but you pay regular (UNCP) tuition for most of them, and there are some scholarships available.”
The choices available for study abroad have never been more diverse, said Laura Dobson, study abroad coordinator for the Office of