Fairley Lloyd ’20 not only followed in her brother’s footsteps in becoming a Seahawk, she also received the same scholarship from the Black Faculty and Staff Association as her sibling.
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June 18, 2019
UNC System, Army Partner to Spur Student Interest in STEM Fields
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Several thousand U.S. Army engineers and scientists are nearing retirement age. The Army will develop and attract the talent it needs to fill those vacancies through a new partnership with the University of North Carolina System.
Maintance crews keep the Bee Hotel in tip-top shape.
Bee Campuses Support NC Agriculture, the Economy, and Your Coffee Habit
Take a moment to gaze at your morning mocha latte. Odds are good there’s a bee in your drink, and for that you can be thankful.
East Carolina University’s Health Sciences Campus has about 20,000 new residents following the installation of two hives of western honey bees near Lake Laupus.
Earth’s plants and animals are disappearing, and quickly.
The North Carolina Association of Indian Americans (NCAIA) raised more than $500,000 in charitable donations to expand high-level STEM education in the state, making a dramatic impact in their grou
Dr. Kevin Freeman has a profound impact on his students—both in and out of the classroom.
The poorest among us is quietly working through the system, day-to-day, to survive. That is in brief the message a “Poverty Simulation” exercise is attempting to convey to students.
New science building to nurture talent pipeline for soaring STEM needs.
Elizabeth City State University’s aviation program has been on the move and growing for some time now, but this summer things will change more than ever.