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April 7, 2014 |

It's not often that the U.S. Secret Service finds itself in the rural town of Pembroke, N.C.

On Thursday June 20, Sr. Agent Mike Casper spoke to about 30 bankers and business people crammed into the dining room at Sheff's Seafood Restaurant. Casper came to town with a message, "It doesn't pay to be a counterfeiter."

"Even if you print just one one-dollar bill, you're going to jail for one year," he said.

April 7, 2014 |

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke prides itself on its effective teaching and learning environment in the classroom.

Beginning this fall, UNCP will take its show on the road when it begins offering two degree programs completely on the Internet. Beginning, the university will offer a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and a Master's Degree in Public Management (MPM).

University officials believe they have several key advantages in the growing on-line

April 7, 2014 |

UNC Pembroke's Regional Center for Economic, Community and Professional Development received one of the largest grant in its history after winning approval to operate Robeson County's $750,915 In-school Youth Workforce Investment Act program.

The Regional Center will begin operating the federally funded "YouthStart" program on July 15 and manage it for one year.

April 7, 2014 |

In two short years, UNC Pembroke's summer school enrollment has seen a dramatic 38 percent increase, but school officials aren't ready to stop there.

"We're making progress," said Chancellor Allen Meadors. "We should see literally hundreds of incoming freshmen taking classes in the summer months and not necessarily just those

April 7, 2014 |

Meredith StormsDr. Meredith Storms has come full circle.

A Lumberton native, she graduated from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 1997 and has returned to head undergraduate research and to teach in the school's Department of

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