Hunger is a serious issue in the world today. Students at UNC Pembroke were reminded on November 21 how serious it can be at the annual Hunger Banquet.
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In its ninth year, the Scholarship Recognition Dinner at UNC Pembroke has become one of the most popular events of the year. Held on November 15, it set a new attendance record with more than 325.
From quinoa salad to turnip soup and bison chili to skinny pumpkin pie, the fifth edition of UNC Pembroke’s Honoring Native Foodways served up tasty and healthy food on November 21.
In their quarterly meeting on September 20, the UNC Pembroke Board of Trustees unanimously approved the naming of the Regional Center Auditorium for the Farm Bureau of Robeson County.
It is the second major space in the Regional Center to be named for the local Farm Bureau, which supports UNCP’s Biotechnology Research and Training Center. The lobby of the Biotechnology Research and Training Center at the Regional Center was dedicated in 2009.
UNC Pembroke awarded its first-ever degrees in entrepreneurship during Winter Commencement 2013.
Michael Yerry and Jennifer Crow were recognized on December 5 at a luncheon in the Thomas Family Center for Entrepreneurship. The entrepreneurship minor is available to business administration majors. The School of Business also awarded entrepreneurship certificates, which are available to students of any major.