Wendell Staton has returned to The University of North Carolina at Pembroke as director of major and planned gifts in the Office for Advancement.
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UNC Pembroke Professor Stephen M. Marson is North Carolina ’s 2005 Social Worker of the Year.
Dr. Marson, a Lumberton, N.C., resident, will be honored by the North Carolina chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) on March 11 at the Conference on Ethics in Raleigh, N.C.
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke will have a new faculty award in 2005.
Dr. Eric B. Dent, dean of the School of Business, and his wife Amy have agreed to create an endowment to support an annual award for an outstanding business faculty member.
“The purpose of the gift is to recognize our faculty and to honor the rich tradition of outstanding scholars and dedicated teachers,” Dr. Dent said. “Amy and I want to support the excellence taking place at UNCP. We are very
AUGUSTA, Ga. – After a record-setting 18-10 season and first place finish in the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) North Division, the Lady Braves dominated the conference awards ceremony.
The U.S. Army has enlisted The University of North Carolina at Pembroke to offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses on Ft. Bragg.
UNCP will hold classes at the home of the legendary 82nd Airborne beginning in the fall semester 2005. The University will have office space and access to four classrooms capable of offering 16 courses per semester.
UNCP will begin marketing its online courses and other offerings at its new Ft. Bragg office beginning this summer.