"Space Today Online" (STO), a web site published by UNC Pembroke Professor Anthony R. Curtis, has been selected by the American Library Association (ALA) for inclusion in its
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UNC Pembroke's MBA program is starting the New Year with a new focus, a new day program and a new director.
MBA Director Carmen Calabrese, who comes to UNCP from an engineering and international business background, is currently
By Sheri Sides
Playing the violin for eight years has paid off for 15-year-old Robyn Osborne-Quinnett.
A Fayetteville resident who attends both the Cumberland County Schools and UNC Pembroke, Osbourne-Quinnett won Appalachian State University's Mariam
Thirteen UNC Pembroke graduates earned the distinction of being named Leadership Fellows by the Leadership and Service Opportunities Program (LSOP). The students volunteered for more than 150 hours of community service as undergraduates.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - One day second grade teacher Tommy O'Briant (Brian) Freeman II played the Nutty Professor, and another day he played Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother.