The tireless work of Dr. Robert Reising (English) paid off this spring when the American Indian Studies Department named the first two Jim Thorpe Scholars at the annual Awards Day program.
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In the 2005 fall semester, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke will be the first university in North Carolina to offer an undergraduate major in biotechnology.
Almost two years in planning, the University’s first interdisciplinary major was given final approval this spring. It is a joint program between the biology and chemistry departments.
Coupled with new, state-of-the-art laboratories at UNCP and investment in several off-campus biotech projects, University leaders see
Dick Vitale took his show on the road to UNC Pembroke April 11 and came away with a “BIG W, BABY!”
Vitale or “Dickie V,” as he is affectionately known by adoring sports fans everywhere, is synonymous with the immense popularity of college basketball and ESPN, the cable sports network where he works.
A Murphy, N.C., woman has connected three of the great interests of her life to an endowed scholarship at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
A nurse for 50 years, Joan H. Wallace endowed a nursing scholarship at UNCP to honor the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and her Native American heritage.