UNC Pembroke economist Dr. Mohammad Ashraf’s newest book examines the impact of public and private social safety nets on economic growth.
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UNC Pembroke’s first two plug-in electric vehicle charging stations can be used rain or shine, and when the sun is shining, the solar panels pump electricity into the campus grid.
At the 17th Annual Native American Indian Film and Video Festival of the Southeast, an entry by UNC Pembroke’s Dr. Stan Knick won an award for Best Regional Film. The festival, which was held in Columbia, S.C., on November 20-23 during Native American Heritage Month, gives awards in 12 categories.
It didn’t take long for the first client to inquire about UNC Pembroke’s revitalized Speakers Bureau.
“The Healthy Start CORPS program was looking for assistance with its Infant Mortality Symposium,” said Mary Beth Locklear, assistant director of the Regional Center and coordinator of the Speaker Bureau. “They wanted cultural information about male issues through history.”
Locklear quickly located history professor Dr. Ryan Anderson, whose specialty area of study is “the history
UNC Pembroke’s Department of Music presents the sixth annual Holiday Extravaganza at 8 p.m. on Friday, December 5, in the Givens Performing Arts Center.
The program puts the talents of the many performing groups, students and faculty on full display in a holiday program. Virtually all of the university’s ensembles and choirs will perform, and there will be a sing-along with audience participation.
Admission is $10 and $5 for students. Proceeds will go to music scholarships.