Unlike in the previous regimes, mainly, in the post-independent Uganda, where the status of Kiswahili was determined by decrees (Kwesiga, 1994: 58; Mulokozi, 2009: 74) or political sentiments without subsequent amendments to the constitution or national language policy, the 2005 and 2006 Kiswahili recognitions were formally acknowledged in the Constitutional Amendment Act (2005) and in the UNCP
(2006: 4), respectively.
is a small, regional public university, originally a Native American normal school.
Huancayo-Peru: Facultad de Ingenieria en Industrias Alimentarias, UNCP
When Meadors, 62, left his job as chancellor at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke to take the UCA post, people at UNCP
cried over the loss.
She has premiered works by ASCAP award winning composer Daniel Crozier and Mirta de la Torre Mulhare, and her performance of Wagner's "Liebestod" with the Peabody Concert Orchestra was broadcast on NPR's "Music from Peabody." Recent performances include Dvorak's Te Deum with the UNCP
Concert Choir, Schubert's Mass in Gwith the St.
I had also served as chair of the UNCP
faculty senate, a duty that gave me valuable knowledge about how things worked at many levels of the university.
One student referred to attending the local community college or university, "I want to go to RCC or UNCP
!!" Another student expressed a changed mindset regarding educational goals, "I have made up my mind, I'm gonna go to school and make good grades and go to collage." Goals were expressed in both specific and general terms.
, one of 16 schools that make up the University of North Carolina system, is a master's level university serving more than 6,000 students, nearly 50 percent of whom are minorities.
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP
), the smallest of the sixteen UNC campuses, was founded in 1887 as Croatan Normal School to educate Native Americans.