University of North Carolina at Pembroke Chancellor Kyle Carter announced today that he plans to retire on June 30, 2015, bringing to a close more than four decades in academia.
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For the second consecutive year, UNC Pembroke’s student-athletes posted record high marks for graduation rates.
From Native food to powwow dancing, a series of events will be held at UNC Pembroke in November to honor Native American Heritage Month.
The UNC Pembroke Wind Ensemble presents a special concert on Sunday, November 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Givens Performing Arts Center. This concert is free and open to the public.
Glenn Roberts is the face of a growing movement in food and agriculture.
The owner of Anson Mills, which grows, mills and sells heirloom rice and other organically grown food, spent the day at UNC Pembroke on October 14. He planted a few seeds with students, faculty and community members.
Roberts offered free seeds and consulted with UNCP’s Sustainable Agriculture program about the potential for growing rice in the Campus Garden. Sponsored by the university’s Native American