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Katina Oxendine

New agriscience program offers innovative career opportunities for UNCP students

January 10, 2022
| News

After discovering UNC Pembroke’s emerging agriculture science program, Katina Oxendine was inspired to return to her alma mater—this time with hopes of transforming her passion for medicinal plant research into a career.

Dr. Erika Young

Erika Young Joins NC Sea Grant as Education Specialist

January 4, 2022
| Biology

Sea Grant North Carolina News

Contact: Katie Mosher, kmosher@ncsu.edu

Erika Young has joined North Carolina Sea Grant as the coastal and marine education specialist. 

High tunnel

UNCP partners with Farm Bureau to expand agriscience research

December 6, 2021
| News

Eric Schwarz gained insight into agricultural practices of third-world countries while serving in the military. When he retired, Schwarz decided to enroll in the emerging Agriculture Science program at UNC Pembroke to study ways to make farming practices more sustainable.

Dr. Bryan Sales

Discussion: The Innovators (with Dr. Bryan Sales)

November 23, 2021
| Biology

PBS NC’s Deborah Holt Noel sits downs with Dr. Kimbro and Kenisha Webb who talk about their work in the Julius L. Chambers Biomedical and Biotechnical Research Institute at NCCU. Dr. Bryan Sales discusses innovative agricultural science breakthroughs at UNC Pembroke.

Holiday Plant Sale

Holiday Plant Sale on December 1st

November 22, 2021
| Biology

UNCP Agriculture Club presents Winter Holiday Bazaar

Wednesday, December 1st.

Where? Campus Garden & Apiary

Poinsettia sale (3:00-6:00 PM), portraits made (12:00-4:00 PM), ornaments, and wreaths 

Dr. Bryan Sales (left) and students share a vision for smarter agriculture

Sustaining the Land through Smarter Agriculture

November 12, 2021
| Biology

Sustainability, heritage and community drive agricultural education and research at UNC Pembroke.

Dr. Amber Rock

UNCP, Winyah Rivers Alliance protecting the state’s natural resources

November 5, 2021
| News

Winyah Rivers Alliance received a $172,420 grant from the North Carolina Department of Justice and will partner with UNC Pembroke to create a water-quality monitoring program in the Lumber River watershed.

School children at Rex Rennert Elementary School prepare garden journals

Campus Garden cultivates public school partnerships and STEM communities

October 30, 2021
| Biology

Amidst the buzzing of honeybees and native insect pollinators, the flashy colors of wildflowers and the tidy beds of carefully tended vegetables, you’ll find dedicated UNC Pembroke students hard at work in the Campus Garden & Apiary.

Dr. Ben Bahr: Alzheimer's disease and traumatic brain injuries

The Innovators

October 18, 2021
| Biology

Celebrating stories of impact at North Carolina’s Historically Minority-Serving Institutions: Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina Central University, UNC Pembroke and Winston-Salem State University.  Click the PBS