Chancellor Allen C. Meadors announced the 2005 spring semester graduate, chancellor's and honors list.
The following students graduated from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on May 7, 2005. List is arranged by county
“It’s first and 10,” UNC Pembroke Athletic Director Dan Kenney told the Football Advisory Committee at its June meeting.
The installation of 1,100 new seats at the Belk Athletic Complex will be completed by June 30, Kenney said. A date to begin the search for a head football coach is near.
“The head coach is the key to a start-up program,” Kenney said. “We are asking you to think about what qualities we want in a coach.”
UNCP placed a record 74 athletes on Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Honor Roll and improved in the Commissioner's Cup standings, according to a news release from Commissioner Marvin Vanover.
The 2005-06 Distinguished Speaker Series at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke will keep its students and the regional audience on the cutting edge of current events, politics, culture and sports.
Four of the nation’s leading public speakers are scheduled to take the microphone at UNCP’s Givens Performing Arts Center.
A choral group from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke performed May 11 at the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C.
The 25-member Pembroke Singers performed in a unique setting before a large audience, said UNCP Choral Director Dr. Gary Wright.