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UNCP History faculty, students, and alumni volunteered at the Museum of the Cape Fear
First Annual History Department Homecoming Tailgate!
Dr. Serina Cinnamon and a group of UNCP colleagues at the BRIDGES academic leadership program
Dr. Christopher Woolley won the 2022 UNCP Outstanding Teaching Award, and Dr. Jamie Mize won the 2022 UNCP Undergraduate Research Mentor Award
Dr. James Hudson is featured in the 2022 issue of BRAVERY. His article “Homesteading for American Trade: Alice Tisdale Hobart in China” features research and scholarship focused on the theme of multiculturalism. You can read the full article in Bravery, vol. 06.
Dr. Jaime Martinez gave students in her undergraduate/graduate Public History course the task of writing a proposal for the state to recognize the Battle of Hayes Pond, where local Native Americans drove Ku Klux Klan members from Robeson County. They did so, and the NC Historical Marker Commission approved the measure and installed the sign pictured above.
Dr. Serina Cinnamon delivered "Story Mapping History: Utilizing GIS Story Map Applications to Teach and Learn History" at the NCCSS Conference in Greensboro, NC.
Dr. Ryan Anderson, PURC Director, preached the benefits of student research at the Pembroke Undergraduate Research and Creativity Center.
Dr. Jaime Martinez created, organized, and helped direct a multi-department production on "The Harlem Renaissance" and even took the show on the road to area schools.
Dr. Jeff Frederick with Mike Wiley in "One Noble Journey," a production about the life of American slave Henry "Box" Brown
Drs. Jeff Frederick and Jaime Martinez led History students on a tour of the National Archives in Washington, DC.