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#PrepareAtPeace: Olivia Gray ’15 Talks Graduate School and WPU

“I really found myself here.” Olivia Gray, a 2015 alumna, sits in a chair in the media studio, a room she knows well from her time at WPU. It was there, among other places on campus, where she showcased her …

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WPU Announces 96 Percent Employment/Further Education for 2015 Graduates

William Peace University is proud to report that 96 percent of its 2015 graduates have either gained employment or continued their education, whether it be attending graduate, medical, or law school. Data is based on a University questionnaire answered by 78 …

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#PrepareAtPeace: WPU, Wake Tech Partner on Degree Initiatives for Business Analytics & Criminal Justice

William Peace University and Wake Technical Community College are continuing to partner on degree initiatives for their respective students. Thanks to two new agreements signed earlier this week by University President, Brian C. Ralph, Ph.D., and Wake Tech President Dr. Stephen …

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Maya Bryant: An Open Letter to Incoming Pacers, #WPU20

Dear Future Pacer, I’ll bet you’re wondering what the next four years will be like for you. As exciting as this time can be, it can also be very overwhelming and confusing. Your peace family is ready to embrace you …

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Record Number of WPU Student-Athletes Earn USA South Academic All-Conference Honors

William Peace University is proud to announce that 69 of its student-athletes have been named to the 2015-2016 USA South Academic All-Conference Team. The achievement marks the highest number of University student-athletes ever to be named to the team since joining the …

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#PeopleOfPeace: Phil Rowe Named William Peace University Director of Athletics

William Peace University is proud to announce the hiring of Phil Rowe as Director of Athletics. Rowe brings a bevy of knowledge to Raleigh, owning nearly 50 years of experience as both a coach and athletics administrator. Rowe, who replaces 12-year Athletic …

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WPU School of Professional Studies Adds Majors in Criminal Justice and Marketing

Adult students in the Triangle and beyond will now have the option to study Criminal Justice and Marketing within the School of Professional Studies (SPS) at William Peace University. The new bachelor’s degrees will be offered online, as well as …

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#PeopleOfPeace: Kelly Johnson Says Goodbye to WPU

“I’m going to miss the relationship with my players the most.” That line echoed as William Peace University Athletic Director and Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Kelly Johnson, stood at mid-court in the Hermann Center – a gym he helped renovate and …

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#PeopleOfPeace: Charles Duncan, Ph.D., Named Vice President for Academic Affairs

William Peace University is proud to name long-time WPU Professor and Department Chair, Charles Duncan, Ph.D., as the University’s Vice President for Academic Affairs. Duncan has served as Interim Vice President and Dean for Academic Affairs for the last year, having …

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WPU Announces Free Books for Students Beginning Fall of 2016

William Peace University is proud to announce that books will be included in the cost of tuition for traditional students beginning fall of 2016. The initiative is designed to help alleviate some of the added costs typically associated with attending …

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