UNC Pembroke’s A.D. Gallery presents an invitational exhibit referencing the Native American relocation to Fort Marion from 1875-78. It features a range of works by 72 artists representing the 72 Indians forcibly removed from their ancestral lands near Salt Fork, Okla. Those individuals, many of whom were tribal leaders, were taken to Fort Marion in St. Augustine, Fla., where they participated in the creation of ledger art. It is from this style of Native art that these contemporary artists draw
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Research by UNC Pembroke’s graduate students is both original and powerful. Drawn from UNCP’s 17 master’s degree programs, student research went on display at the annual Graduate Research Symposium and Open House in the University Center Annex on March 31.
“This is what research at the master’s level should look like,” said Dr. Rebecca Bullard-Dillard, dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research. “These graduate students are doing innovative, high-impact research.
UNC Pembroke’s Alternative Spring Break 2015 proved again that helping others is a learning experience and lots of fun too.
The 11th Annual Southeast Indian Studies Conference will be held April 16 - 17 at the UNC Pembroke in the University Center Annex.
Since joining UNC Pembroke last summer, Dr. Marquitta Smith has engaged in high-value research of national significance.