During commencement ceremonies on May 3-4, 2013, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke conferred over 800 degrees on students.
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For 10 UNC Pembroke students, their six-week Clinical Health Summer Internships were informative, inspirational and transformative. They presented final reports and research projects on June 18.
The internships with area medical clinics are sponsored by the North Carolina Health Careers Access Program (HCAP), a state-funded program. The program at UNCP has worked with dozens of future health care professionals over its 42 years.
Dr. Mark Canada’s second book is published
One of Dr. Mark Canada’s projects this summer is to build a library of books written by faculty members of UNC Pembroke’s College of Arts and Sciences. A recent addition to the new library is his own recently published book, “Literature and Journalism: Inspirations, Intersections, and Inventions from Ben Franklin to Stephen Colbert.”
The new director of marketing of UNC Pembroke’s Givens Performing Arts Center is an experienced graphic designer and promoter. Chad Locklear also understands GPAC from the audience’s perspective.
“I ‘ve been in the audience at GPAC for as long as I can remember,” Locklear said. “When I was in college
This story begins the same way it did almost 10 years ago in a hospital newsletter: “James Jacobs of Lumberton wears a t-shirt that reads: My wife and I have spent all the money we saved for retirement, but we’ve invested it wisely. We have four daughters, one is pre-med and three are RNs.”