• weather Alert ✖CLOSE

    Due to winter weather, the university will operate on condition 2—suspended operations—until 11 a.m. Thursday, January 18. The university will operate on condition 1--reduced operations--from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Thursday. More information can be found at: uncp.edu/news/winter-weather-wednesday-january-17


News & Events
News & Events
UNCP Home News & Events
  • A
  • A

News & Events

October 13, 2017 |

After her first encounter with Dr. Carol Higy, Karen Granger was second guessing her decision to accept the Teaching Fellows director position at UNC Pembroke.

Higy gave her 119 reasons to walk away.

“I remember meeting her for the first time,” Granger said. “She was the director at that time and she gave me this very thorough bulleted list with 119 bullets – I counted them - of every task that the Teaching Fellows director had to do in a 12-month cycle.”

October 12, 2017 |

UNCP ROTCUNC Pembroke has earned several designations for its service to military students. The university has been named one of the top military-friendly schools by several publications, including U.S. News & World Report, Military Advanced Education & Transition, Military Times and G.I. Jobs. But as UNCP's director of military outreach, Michael Clawson,

October 10, 2017 |

UNC Pembroke’s Pembroke Singers performed at the North Carolina American Choral Directors Association 2017 Fall Conference on Saturday, October 7.

The conference was held at Christ Baptist Church in Raleigh.

Pembroke Singers is the select chamber choir at UNCP and represents the university at major functions. Under the direction of Dr. Jaeyoon Kim, the Pembroke Singers has presented choral concerts in middle schools, high schools, and churches throughout the region.

October 10, 2017 |

Heather McMillan Nakai, a Federal Indian Law attorney, will speak at UNC Pembroke as part of the 2017-2018 Native American Speakers Series.

Nakai will speak at the Museum of the Southeast American Indian at 6 p.m. on October 25.

Her lecture is entitled ‘Taking the fight to court: How federal Indian law opened a new door to fight full Lumbee recognition.’

The event is free and open to the public.

October 10, 2017 |

Terence Dollard, a Mass Communication professor at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, has been selected to participate in the Television Academy Foundation’s 2017 Faculty Seminar Program.

Dollard was among 25 professors selected from colleges and universities nationwide. The faculty fellows will gain the latest information on the television and content development industries from top entertainment professionals during a weeklong Southern California seminar November 6 - 10.


Subscribe to News