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April 1, 2014 |

Dr. Ben Bahr is transforming himself from scientist to entrepreneur as he pushes his discoveries on age-related neuro-degeneration closer to an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

The UNC Pembroke scientist is cultivating drug companies to take his research into clinical trials. From a single focus on Alzheimer’s disease, he is casting a wider net for all possible applications of his age-defying research.

April 1, 2014 |

Silence kills, says Dr. Stan Knick, editor and co-director of the recently-released documentary film “Prostate Cancer in Indian Country: Lumbee Indian Men Speak Out.”

 

April 1, 2014 |

In a ceremony on August 28, a Bladen County community foundation established a scholarship endowment in nursing at UNC Pembroke.

The Bladen We Care Endowed Scholarship totaling $10,000 was dedicated to Anne Cecile Nye, the long-time secretary-treasurer for the 25-year-old foundation. The scholarship will go to a Bladen Community College (BCC) graduate who is enrolled in UNCP’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

April 1, 2014 |

Mary Grace Curiale is the 2013 Esther G. Maynor Scholar at UNC Pembroke.

Mary GraceFrom Fair Bluff, N.C., Curiale is UNCP’s fifth Maynor Scholar. She has joined the Honors College, which also bears the name of the late philanthropist, Esther G. Maynor. It is the university’s most prestigious

April 1, 2014 |

Dr. James G. “Jim” Jones lists among his career highlights an Honorary Doctor of Science degree that he received from UNC Pembroke in 1998.

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