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UNCP graduate accepted to Royal Veterinary College in London, UK

June 14, 2022
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UNC Pembroke graduate Nikki Clayman earned a biology degree in May and has been accepted into one of the world's leading specialist institutions of veterinary medicine, biosciences and veterinary nursing.

But first, she must obtain a student visa.

Michelle Itano, the UNC Neuroscience Microscopy Core Facility Director and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Imaging Scientist.

Undergraduate research scholars at UNCP benefit from advanced microscopy training

June 13, 2022
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Student researchers at UNC Pembroke are benefiting from a unique opportunity this summer to experience advanced research through the lens of a state-of-the-art Structured Illumination Microscopy system, thanks to a partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense.

Maria Santisteban, a professor of biology at UNC Pembroke, served as a judge at the 2022 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, held May 8-13.

UNCP professor serves as judge at Regeneron International Science Fair

May 20, 2022
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Maria Santisteban, a professor of biology at UNC Pembroke, served as a judge at the 2022 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, held May 8-13.

Dr. Tonya Locklear

Dr. Tonya Locklear: a writer’s life is never done

May 17, 2022
| Biology

A writer’s life is never done; there’s always more stories to pen and share.

Undergraduate researchers Minh Giang (left) and Ashton Tillett

Back in Person: PURC Symposium Draws a Crowd

April 30, 2022
| Biology

The 16th Annual UNC Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity (PURC) symposium attracted a lively crowd to the Livermore Library, where students showcased their research and creat

Dr. Nico Negrin Pereira's undergraduate researcher injects young bull

Dr. Nico Negrin Pereira Forges Partnerships to Study Fertility in Beef Bulls

April 24, 2022
| Biology

More than 95% of beef farms in the US rely on natural mating as their main breeding system.

New and soon-to-be graduating members of TriBeta

TriBeta holds annual induction ceremony

April 18, 2022
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Ten new and promoted members were recognized during TriBeta’s annual induction ceremony on April 14th. Originally scheduled for outdoors, the ceremony was pivoted indoors to the Oxendine Science Building in response to threats of rainy weather. 

New special topics course in Evolutionary Genomics and Disease offered during fall 2022 semester

Special Topics Course in Biology for Fall

April 11, 2022
| Biology

New special topics course in Evolutionary Genomics and Disease offered during fall 2022 semester

Kristoffer Wild holds a bearded dragon, wearing a backpack harness

Coming full circle: biology alumnus is first author on paper with John Roe

March 27, 2022
| Biology

As a RISE fellow and undergraduate researcher in John Roe’s lab, Kristoffer Wild (’13) learned a lot about the ecology of box turtles.