UNC Pembroke’s Entrepreneurship Certificate Program graduated its largest class of 12 students. They met for an awards ceremony on May 7 at the Thomas Family Center for Entrepreneurship.
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Tucked away in a small office in the University Center Annex, UNCP students Leona Howell and Chelsey Parsons put in long nights this spring to produce the 14th annual edition of The Aurochs, UNC Pembroke’s award-winning student literary magazine.
The University of North Carolina Pembroke awarded the following Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees on May 9-10, 1014:
James Freeman of Pembroke has joined UNC Pembroke’s Thomas Family Center for Entrepreneurship (TFCE) as its first Entrepreneur in Residence, according to an announcement fromDr. Mike Menefee and Dr. Carmen Calabrese.
Biruk “BK” Kassaw said he came to Pembroke because it reminded him of home. Kassaw, who was elected president of UNC Pembroke’s Student Government Association (SGA) for 2014-15, was referring to the small rural community in Ethiopia, where he spent the first seven years of his life.