From gold mining in Cabarrus County to freedom seekers joining a U.S. Navy Civil War blockade, Black History Month celebrations from the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDNCR) will reflect the wide array of experiences of African-Americans in the state and nation. Governor McCrory announced today the lineup of programs that honor the 2016 Black History Month theme, “Hallowed Ground: African-American Memories.”
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Professor Robert O. Schneider, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, has just published a new book on a “hot” topic.
UNC Pembroke’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. week begins Monday, January 18, with the MLK Day of Service Challenge and wraps up on Friday, January 22 with a showing and discussion of the film Higher Learning.
UNCP is pleased to announce that we have become a member of Plug-in NC, a state-wide program to recognize locations that are supporting electric vehicles.
UNC Pembroke education majors Katie Dietrick and Megan Mauterer were awarded the Hattie M. Strong Foundation scholarships.