A shipping crew was at UNC Pembroke last week to pack up an automated pathology machine used to test brain tissue.
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Dr. Mike Menefee wrote the book on entrepreneurship.
He was kind enough to share a few chapters with his colleagues and students at UNC Pembroke before retiring as the Thomas Family Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship.
Menefee played a major role in the development of UNCP’s Regional Center for Economic, Community and Professional Development – known today as the Office for Regional Initiatives.
You can save your jokes.
Ethan Sanford – who was 14 when he enrolled in UNC Pembroke as an Esther G. Maynor Honors College Scholar – has heard them all.
“I got stopped so much on campus by other students asking me where my parents are,” said Ethan, recalling his freshman year in 2012. “Or they would say, ‘are you lost?’”
He may have looked out of place, but according to his former professors at UNCP, Ethan surely wasn’t lost. In fact, they say he is on a path to
Campus offices and departments will have limited availability on August 10-11, 2016. All offices and departments will be closed from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. on August 10. Please check with individual offices and/or departments for their operating hours for the afternoon of August 10 and August 11. All offices and departments will resume regular operating hours on August 12. Thank you for your understanding in advance as we take time to prepare for the start of our Fall
Pembroke veterinarian David Brooks along with other local veterinarians have been generously giving for several years to a veterinarian scholarship at NC State University.
Last month, Dr. Paul Lunn, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at NC State University, made a special trip to UNC Pembroke to personally thank Dr. Brooks and other contributors.
The Old Main Native American Indian Veterinarian Endowed Scholarship was established 2011. Since then, it has swelled to more