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Sanderson's work appears in exhibition catalog

December 5, 2018
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From April 22nd through June 10, 2017, the A.D.

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ACM Student Chapter comes to UNCP

December 3, 2018
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Friday, Nov. 30th, was the inaugural meeting of a new UNCP club.  The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter met to discuss what the chapter is about and what it can bring to its members.

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Cultural Geography Mini-Symposium

December 3, 2018
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Professor Dennis Edgell's GGYS 5040 class is hosting a mini-symposium on Cultural Geography December 12th, 5:30-8:15pm. The event will beheld in the Oxendine Science Building, Room 3246 and will offer graduate students the opportunity to model professional poster and oral presentations.  


Junior Deborah Gunsallus wins Community Impact Award

November 20, 2018
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Deborah Gunsallus, a junior at UNC Pembroke and a student employee of the Office of Community and Civic Engagement (CCE), won the Community Impact Award at the annual North Carolina Campus Compact CSNAP Conference.

Nicole Stumblingbear

Double Major in Science Education and Biology Lands NC Space Grant

November 16, 2018
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Nicole Stumblingbear was one of only 12 undergraduate students to be awarded a North Carolina Space Grant scholarship in STEM Pre-Service Teacher Education.

Columbus County Advanced Art Students Visit UNCP Art Department, Fall 2018

Columbus County Art Students visit UNCP Art Department

November 14, 2018
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Columbus County Advanced Art Students spent the day at UNCP Art Department getting a sense of a “day and a life” as an art student.  They attended Intro to Drawing and Elements of Design classes, toured the studio facilities and gallery space, and had a critique of the artwork that they brought w

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Dr. Rita Hagevik earns distinguished teaching honor

November 1, 2018
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UNCP professor Rita Hagevik has been integrating science, technology, engineering and math disciplines in her courses long before the term STEM became trendy.


Mass Comm seniors use capstone course to make community impact

November 1, 2018
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Students in Professor George Harrison’s public relations campaigns course helped give people quite the fright this week and last, by helping to plan and promote the second annual “Insanitarium” fundraiser for Scotland County Parks and Recreation. 

Dr. Renee Lamphere

Freshman Seminar class wins "SOUPer Bowl Challenge"

October 26, 2018
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Renee Lamphere (Sociology & Criminal Justice) teaches by example and inspires students to make a difference in the lives of others.  For an impressive sixth year in a row, her freshman seminar course has won the “SOUPer Bowl Challenge” sponsored by the UNC Pembroke CARE Reso