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    #BraveNation:

    Yesterday evening Piedmont Natural Gas disconnected natural gas service to main campus in order prevent potential hazards. As of this morning, gas service has not been restored. Utility crews are working continuously to repair the segment and restore service as soon as possible.

    It is important to know faculty, staff, students and visitors on campus are not in immediate danger because of any potential gs leaks. The disruption in service may affect some campus activity throughout the day, including dining services. Dining facilities are working to bring in the necessary resources to provide limited hot meal options. We appreciate your patience and will update you as additional information becomes available.

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  • Ereny Gerges

    Chemistry and Biology

    Charlotte, North Carolina

     

    Being a student at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke has built my hard working personality. At UNCP I have conducted research since my freshmen year with Dr. Paul Flowers in the area of Spectroelectrochemistry where quantitative and qualitative analytical techniques are used to indicate the state and the...

  • Dakota Lee

    B.S.

    Biology with Biomedical Emphasis

    Cheraw, SC

    Biography:

    My name is Dakota Lee, and I am currently a sophomore attending UNC Pembroke. I am also a member of the UNCP research program RISE as well as...

  • Cheyenne Lee

    B.S.

    Biology

    Cheraw, SC

    Biography:

    I am a first generation Native American student from the Pee Dee tribe of South Carolina.  I come from a mostly blue collar background with one grandfather being a construction worker, another being a farmer, and my own father being a mechanical engineer by experience.  My mother was a...

  • Frederick Feely II

    B.S.

    Biology with a Molecular Biology track

    Durham, NC

    Biography:

    I've always had a fascination with detail and the mechanics of how things work. There is an incredible amount of knowledge to be learned, and I have seen that through science, one can gain insights to this knowledge. I also have an affinity for detail.  Because of this, I took a liking to...

  • Katherine Rentschler

    B.S.

    Biology - Environmental Biology track

    Pinehurst, NC

    Biography:

    I transferred to UNC Pembroke from Drew University and Sandhills Community College in 2014. I started college as a biological anthropology and music double major in 2010, but had to drop out after my freshman year because of unfortunate financial circumstances. For the next three years I worked...

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