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2004 archives

  • U.S. News report: UNCP scores high in two new ‘Best Colleges’ categories more
  • School of Optometry - Frequently Asked Questions more
  • Ferris brings Southern Jewish cuisine to life more
  • UNCP connection result is video promoting Lumberton more
  • UNCP is a rising leader among leaders more
  • Herbalist brings nature’s pharmacy to UNCP more
  • Bruns, Williamson win at regional geography bowl more
  • Career Center: Job search begins in freshman year more
  • Ricotta joins UNCP’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations more
  • UNCP students/staff help families to a Thanksgiving feast more
  • Winter Commencement at UNCP a popular institution more
  • UNCP prepares for soccer final four more
  • UNCP trustees approve the return of football more
  • Donors, students meet at scholarship banquet more
  • CNN’s Judy Woodruff surveys new political landscape more
  • Dr. Paul R. Givens eulogized in memorial service more
  • UNCP geographer updates ‘North Carolina Atlas’ more
  • Ila Killian promoted to assistant vice chancellor more
  • Tina Murray hired as UNCP’s study abroad coordinator more
  • Ross is Geography Society’s educator of the year more
  • Chancellor Emeritus Paul R. Givens dead at 80 more
  • Braves clinch first Peach Belt title ever more
  • UNCP student newspaper cartoonist wins award more
  • UNCP museum hosts new exhibition more
  • Art exhibition and sale to help youth art academy at UNCP more
  • Karen Granger is UNCP’s new Teaching Fellows director more
  • Careers, service come together at Volunteer/Internship Fair more
  • UNCP wins approval to start a 4-year nursing program more
  • UNCP, ECU, Golden LEAF bring computers to Magnolia more
  • UNCP’s Bruns tops Geography Bowl competitors more
  • Frequently asked questions about football more
  • Congressman McIntyre visits UNCP's Young Democrats more
  • UNCP hosts its first Second Language Symposium more
  • Cate Edwards does a whistle stop at UNCP more
  • UNCP to gain access to six telescopes in the Chilean Andes more
  • Men’s soccer now ranked 4th nationally more
  • UNCP’s MPA program in demand more
  • Lumbee origins: a miraculous, tangled story more
  • UNCP professor is editor of a new social work journal more
  • ‘Still the same Jack,’ Cracker Barrel founder says more
  • Dr. Hossfeld named faculty fellow of the Institute for Emerging Issues more
  • UNCP student sells his homework more
  • UNCP to study addition of football program more
  • UNCP hires New Director of Continuing and Distance Education more
  • UNCP sets new enrollment records more
  • Convocation officially kicks off the year at UNCP more
  • UNCP art professor’s textbook is useful and affordable more
  • UNCP professor wins Fulbright scholarship more
  • UNCP dedicates new Regional Center headquarters more
  • UNCP dedicates Herbert G. Oxendine Science Building more
  • UNCP's alma mater finds a new life, new audience more
  • UNCP hires associate director for international student services more
  • UNCP welcomes freshmen to campus more
  • UNCP hosts orientation for new students with disabilities more
  • UNCP's School of Business names three directors more
  • Bert's offering more options for UNCP diners more
  • UNCP releases new promotional video more
  • Program to combat high-risk drinking begins at UNCP more
  • 'Possum': Shelby Stephenson's little book of poetry is published more
  • 'Ned' Sampson joins NCHSAA Hall of Fame more
  • Educators prepare to capture the future of biotechnology more
  • Award winning teacher to speak at Convocation more
  • China trip proves memorable more
  • Photo workshop at UNCP expands students' vision more
  • Dial, Oxendine buildings back in business in August more
  • UNCP establishes Lumbee Hall Fund with a gift from Pembroke law firm more
  • UNCP honors top incoming freshmen at banquet more
  • UNCP hosts program for area science teachers more
  • Dr. Bryant joins Congressman's Education Committee more
  • Summer Art Show and Sale underway at UNCP more
  • UNCP produced video promotes Indian education program more
  • UNCP sends 14 to health care professional programs more
  • Summer health care internships prove valuable more
  • 76ers name UNCP grad as assistant coach more
  • Pembroke Park project surpasses fundraising goal more
  • Girardot to lead UNCP's facilities management more
  • UNCP, Sandhills partnership pays off for teachers more
  • Dr. Valenti presents the first biography of Sophia Hawthorne more
  • First Jim Thorpe Scholarship awarded at UNCP more
  • Pembroke Park project surpasses fundraising goal more
  • UNCP to offer new Master of Arts in Teaching more
  • Artist Tarleton Blackwell invited to the White House more
  • Hammonds' pottery on display at UNCP and Raleigh more
  • Jason Brady's work chosen for international competition more
  • UNCP announces scholarship awards more
  • UNCP announces Chancellor's, Honors lists more
  • UNCP announces 2004 spring graduates more
  • UNCP joins national pilot project for community engagement more
  • 62 UNCP athletes make honor roll more
  • SBTDC hires small business counselor more
  • UNCP and friends dedicate Pinchbeck building more
  • UNCP faculty reap year-end awards more
  • Pembroke Magazine No. 36 published more
  • Young violinist wins regional competition more
  • Jones brings fresh outlook to UNCP student government more
  • Business professor is first in line for degrees more
  • Poetry/Short Prose contest winners 2004 more
  • Endowed scholarship honors late Haliwa-Saponi leader more
  • Awards Day at UNCP more
  • UNCP receives grant to begin biotechnology project more
  • UNCP graduates a record 406 students May 8 more
  • UNCP's student volunteers are honored more
  • Business Visions honors students and business leaders more
  • UNCP poster contest was a winner more
  • Pembroke park project off to a good start more
  • Congressman Mike McIntyre pays visit to UNCP more
  • Terrorism expert addresses UNCP audience more
  • UNCP introduces two new Mazda Scholars more
  • UNCP signs two agreements with Chinese university more
  • Valenti Receives UNC Award for Teaching Excellence more
  • UNCP's SIFE team moves on the national finals more
  • Catching up with Miss UNCP, Jessica Ortiz-Carrero more
  • Chancellor Meadors signs agreements with Korean university more
  • UNCP to offer a minor in Gender Studies more
  • UNCP adds a major in Environmental Science more
  • New Disabled Student Organization is making its mark more
  • Middle East expert speaks on war and its aftermath in Iraq more
  • UNCP honors its top freshmen more
  • UNCP's Math Contest proves challenging more
  • UNCP's Disability Support Services adds new position more
  • UNCP hosts 28th annual Honor Band more
  • Kinlaw joins UNCP as events coordinator more
  • UNCP students join Indiana University research program more
  • Graduate student accepted to hospital fellowship more
  • Accounting Students Association establishes book scholarship more
  • Competition stiff at UNCP's 23rd Science Fair more
  • UNCP launches new Spanish major more
  • UNCP offers 'A Salute to Teaching Excellence' more
  • KPMG's PhD Project director comes to UNCP more
  • Rev. Welton Lowry's life remembered more
  • GPAC adds a marketing director more
  • Library computer network goes wireless more
  • James and Christine Hunt Memorial Scholarship endowed more
  • UNCP is host to House Co-speaker Richard Morgan more
  • German professors shed light on international education more
  • UNCP business professor publishes two books, including one for the Chinese market more
  • Service-learning project finds UNCP students in Washington more
  • UNCP begins program to combat student alcohol abuse more
  • Spring enrollment sets record at UNC Pembroke more
  • UNCP students take gold in ADDYs more
  • UNCP Business Dean Eric Dent returns from Cuban conference more
  • Fair weather lifts Homecoming spirits at UNCP more
  • UNCP delegation visits two Peruvian universities more
  • UNCP begins Internet hosting service more
  • Grant to upgrade technology for UNCP's disabled students more
  • CHARLY LOWRY: Next 'American Idol' may be one of our own more
  • UNCP's Cheer Squad invited to compete in nationals more
  • UNCP Provost Roger Brown appointed to judicial review committee more
  • Distinguished Speaker: Spike Lee talks about TV more
  • A new Miss UNCP is crowned more
  • WNCP-TV goes live with basketball and wrestling in February more
  • UNCP volunteers doing income tax returns more
  • UNCP wins National Science Foundation research grant more
  • Graduate, Honors List announced more
  • UNCP's Bookstore has the best selection of local authors, books more
  • UNCP to make offer to buy 4.3 acres more
  • Dr. Curtis honored by American Library Association more
  • McMillan promoted to director of new student orientation more
  • UNCP graduates honored for community service more
  • UNCP student wins major music competition more
  • UNCP to launch a day MBA program in 2004 more

Thursday, February 14, 2008

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