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For the second time in two academic years, all graduates of Pfeiffer University’s nursing program passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), the nationwide examination for the licensing of registered nurses, on their first try.

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Dillon Little ’18 of Mt. Pleasant has become a source of pride for the undergraduate accounting program at Pfeiffer University.  

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Klay Gill ’19 of Concord is so enthusiastic about disc golf that he plays it several times each week. Like many other avid players, he has favored the disc golf courses at several parks in Stanly County, pointing out that the Fox Chase course at Chuck Morehead Park was ranked No.

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Elizabeth Carlton ’10 of Fort Myers, Fla. never considered writing a career path – until she took an elective course on writing for newspapers. She did so well that Charisse Levine, who taught the class, persuaded her to major in communications with a concentration in journalism.

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Due to the increase of active COVID-19 cases and the number of students under quarantine, Pfeiffer University, under the guidance of the Stanly County Health Department, Atrium Health, and Pfeiffer University Health Services, will:

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The recipients of Pfeiffer University’s annual alumni awards have been announced.

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Matt Gianferante
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Matthew Gianferante ’05 epitomizes the Pfeiffer University ideal of servant leadership in a highly scientific way. He serves as a Medical Officer in the Clinical Genetics Branch at the National Cancer Institute, and he’s a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Public Health Service.

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David Barham
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David Barham ’11 is a rising star in the field of urology.

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Barry Roberson
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Barry Roberson ’80 has tamed his disease – and brought joy to others in the process.

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Mara Beck
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Editor's Note: Pfeiffer University's Department of Nursing changed its policy regarding cutoff scores after Beck graduated. Students must now achieve at least a B average (83) for all tests they take during a semester.

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In each of six hospital-like rooms in Pfeiffer University’s newly opened Center for Health Sciences (CHS) in downtown Albemarle, students in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MS-PAS) program will find a high fidelity, computerized hu

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