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Pictured from left to right: Hunter Ivey, Kinsley Adams, and Erika Rivera in Vancouver

Biology Students win Awards for Presentations at International Conference

December 1, 2022
| Biology

Students Kinsley Adams (Biology, Senior), Erika Rivera (Environmental Science, Junior), and Hunter Ivey (Biology, Sophomore) traveled to Vancouver, Canada, to present their independent research at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Entomological Society of Canada, a

Dr. John Roe

Dr. John Roe is a featured guest on NPR podcast

October 29, 2022
| Biology

A long-term study, called the Box Turtle Connection, is underway to understand how box turtles are faring across the state.

TriBeta flyer

TriBeta is Accepting Applications for New Members!

October 11, 2022
| Biology

The UNCP chapter of Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta for short) is now accepting applications for new members!

UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz (left) signs the MOU agreement with UNCP Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings

UNCP, UNC-Chapel Hill establish assured admission program with UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy

September 28, 2022
| News

Current and incoming UNC Pembroke students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in pharmacy may be eligible for guaranteed admission to UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, the nation’s top-ranked pharmacy program.  


Alumna Cheyenne Lee offers advice to UNCP undergraduate researchers

September 16, 2022
| News

As a fourth-year doctoral candidate researching the genetic factors behind Clostridioides difficile infections at one of the nation’s top research universities, there’s not much free time carved out in Cheyenne Lee's schedule these days.

Keynote speaker Cheyenne Lee (pictured on the right) with two of her former UNCP faculty mentors Dr. Maria Pereira (left) and Dr. Conner Sandefur (middle)

Cheyenne Lee gives keynote address for annual RISE symposium

September 3, 2022
| Biology

Alumna Cheyenne Lee (Biology 2019) had sage advice for students during her keynote address, “The grad school bundle: skills to take to and through the journey.” She spoke before an audience mostly of undergraduate students during the RISE Program’s annual end-of-summer research symposium last mon

Sam Locklear

UNCP creates seamless path to ECU Brody School of Medicine

September 2, 2022
| News

Freshman Samantha Locklear's path from UNC Pembroke to medical school has been prearranged thanks to hard work, dedication, and a unique partnership with UNCP and one of the top medical schools in the state.


UNCP undergraduates complete cancer research internship at Wake Forest

August 29, 2022
| News

Three UNC Pembroke students gained enriching cancer research experience during a summer internship training program at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.

Biometrics is offered this fall -- learn how to analyze data and design experiments

Biometrics is Offered this Fall

August 15, 2022
| Biology

BIO 4310 Biometrics is a 4-credit hour course offered on MW from 2:30-4:40 PM with Dr. Katherine Thorington

The new course Small Farming Systems BIO 4510 is offered on Mondays from 8:00 AM until noon and is taught by Dr. Bryan Sales.  

Farm Systems Course is Offered this Fall

August 15, 2022
| Biology

The new course Small Farming Systems (BIO 4510) is offered on Mondays from 8:00 AM until noon and is taught by Dr. Bryan Sales.