Young aspiring scientists from Robeson and the surrounding 10 counties proudly displayed their ideas in various forms inside the auxiliary gym inside the Jones Health and Physical Education Center.
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Officials at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke are elated after North Carolina voters approved a statewide infrastructure bond that will provide $23 million toward the construction of a new building to house the School of Business.
The Connect NC Bond was approved on Tuesday.
Ruth Revels, a 1958 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and a long-time educator, is being remembered for her activism and contributions to American Indian issues across the state. Revels was a member of the Lumbee Tribe.
Revels passed away on Monday. She was 79.
Alison DeCinti has been named assistant vice chancellor for Advancement at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
DeCinti will provide vision, planning, and day-to-day management for staff in the areas of alumni relations, development, stewardship, and prospect research.
Wendy Lowery, vice chancellor of Advancement, made the announcement this week.
Robeson County school board candidates who were anticipating softball questions from members of the Student Government Association at UNC Pembroke during a recent debate were in for a surprise.
Candidates were grilled on everything from the county’s hiring practices, low teacher pay to the shortage of textbooks.