Chancellor Kelli R. Brown will deliver the charge to the fall class and new alumni who were awarded degrees after summer school sessions.
The works by Mary Ella Engel, Ben Francis-Fallon and Robert Clines address the murder of a Mormon elder, a Jewish Jesuit in the 1500s and Latino politics in America.
Participants will take part in a variety of exercises designed to increase cardiovascular endurance.
Funding from a variety of public and private sources was confirmed in November.
Sloan Despeaux and Nathan Borchelt received the Innovator Award from the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
They endorsed the recommendations of a special study committee that examined the pros and cons of having those alcoholic beverages available at university sporting events.
The publication profiled 413 higher education institutions that were found to have strong commitments to green practices and programs.
Tali Tsisgwayahi “Two Sparrows Town” Archaeological Collections Curation Facility is housed in McKee Building.
Graduate History student working to translate Cherokee language from native newspapers. Constance Owl’s master’s degree thesis is more than a means to a graduate degree in American history. It’s a portal to understanding and perhaps saving, a disappearing language.