UNCP Professor Dr. Harold Teague Honors his Daughter with an Endowed Scholarship
When Dr. Harold Teague reflects on his years of teaching at UNC Pembroke, there are many highlights. Dr. Teague won the UNC Board of Governors top award for teaching in 1997. He earned the rank of full professor, the university’s highest...
Ronald Hammonds Honors Education Pioneer Stephen A. Hammond
Stephen A. Hammond was an education pioneer left a remarkable legacy. In his determined pursuit of education, Stephen A. Hammond rode a bicycle from the Saddletree community north of Lumberton to Pembroke daily to attend the little school that is now The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Davis Enloe Endowment Honors Running Great Garry Henry
Davis Enloe ’76 learned about Pembroke State University from an article in a Greer, S.C., newspaper. It was a life-changing moment. “The article was on Ed Crain, who was from a nearby high school,” Enloe said. “He was having success as a...
Turbeville-Perritt Scholarship will Open Students to the World
Scholarships help students, Rudolph (Rudy) Turbeville believes, but a scholarship to foster international experience changes lives. Turbeville, who is a 1964 UNC Pembroke graduate, has established the Turbeville-Perritt Endowed Scholarship to help students study internationally. From Chadbourn, N.C., Turbeville is a man for all...
Dr. Jolee Martin Fedak
2004 & 2008
B.S. in Business Administration, M.A.Ed. in Reading Education
Director of College and Career Readiness
Favorite thing about your job? My job is truly inspiring. The ability to promote individuals to obtain an Adult High School Diploma or HSE Certificate is truly gratifying.
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I have always wanted to learn American Sign...