Too often an overlooked superpower, Japan’s image needs a revival, according to scholars like UNC Pembroke’s Dr. Annika Culver.
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If 1962 was a watershed year for Pembroke State College, the year had a larger significance for the class of 1962, which held its 50th reunion on October 25 at what is now The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
During homecoming week, the class served as grand marshals of the Homecoming Parade and engaged with concerts and athletic contests. At the reunion, the class shared stories of college and of their lives. And, they launched an endowed scholarship so that others may have the
David Edward Harrell Jr., the pre-eminent historian of the South’s most remarkable religious movements, is celebrated in a new book, “Recovering the Margins of American Religious History: The Legacy of David Edwin Harrell Jr.”
Ernest Ansah travelled a long distance from Ghana-West Africa to attend his first meeting of the Advisory Board of UNC Pembroke School of Business.
Ansah is the president and founder of Data Link University College in Tema-Ghana. He hopes to build on already established ties with UNCP, and the School of Business hopes to build on its growing international focus. He was contacted to serve on the School of Business Advisory Board by Dr. Mensah upon the request of Dr. Ramin Maysami, dean of
Five outstanding alumni were honored during homecoming week at the 44th annual Alumni Awards Banquet at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Pembroke veterinarian Dr. David Brooks ’75 was named Outstanding Alumnus; South Carolina Court of Appeals Judge James E. Lockemy ’71 received the Distinguished Service Award; and Kenneth L. Bowen ’02, ’07, a high school principal, won the Young Alumnus Award.
Inducted into UNCP’s Athletic Hall of Fame were soccer player and coach