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Student Spotlights

  • 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...

Faculty Spotlights

  • New Member of the History Faculty

    Assistant Professor

    History

    JAMIE MYERS MIZE is a historian of American Indians of the Southeastern United States, specifically the Cherokees. She received her BA in history from Truett-McConnell University, her MA from the University of North Georgia, and her PhD degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Her research focuses...

  • Dr. Rita Hagevik

    Director of Graduate Programs in Science Education

    Biology

    Dr. Rita Hagevik, Program Director for the Masters in Science programs, recently had her book highlighted. Read more about it here.

  • Moore County Schools: Growing to Greatness

    Moore County Teachers and UNCP Science and Biology Faculty

    Moore County Schools and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke formed a partnership to increase the content knowledge and improve the teaching methods of science teachers in Moore County Schools, grades 3-8 .  UNCP was invited in recognition of its strong STEM teaching and research  programs. 

    For two weeks,...

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