“The miracle,” says Dr. Stan Knick about the history of the Lumbee Indians, “is that there are any Lumbees left at all.”
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UNC Pembroke is home to a new academic journal that its editor says is an important publication in the field of social work.
The first edition of the online Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics was published Sept. 1, 2004. Co-editor and founder of the publication is UNCP’s Dr. Stephen Marson.
“I’m still the same Jack who grew up across the street from the University,” said Cracker Barrel co-founder Jack Lowery.
B.F. “Jack” Lowery delivered a September 16 business forum address to an audience of nearly 300 on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Success is a mix of good planning and good timing.
Dr. Nicholas Giannatasio, director of UNC Pembroke’s fast-growing Master of Public Administration (MPA), describes the program’s success as an
When UNCP student Rafael Parra Roman returned to his native Spain last summer, he never expected that he would sell four years of college art assignments for a $14,000 profit.
“What if you take your mathematics homework and sell it?” Roman said, still wide-eyed with amazement.