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Social work major learns ins and outs of nonprofit with SECU PFI program
Biology major moves from the lab to the field with SECU Public Fellow Internship program
Voyages Series to focus on making a difference through sustainability, activism and diversity
Pirate Nation raises nearly $70 million through gifts and commitments
ECU researchers find possible link between COVID-19, Parkinson’s Disease
ECU researchers receive NOAA grant to explore WWII battle site in Alaska
ECU welcomes newest class of medical students
Kenya welcomes ECU dance students studying, teaching abroad

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ECU to offer North Carolina public universities’ only Doctor of Occupational Therapy program
ECU’s summer archaeology field school gives students practical career, leadership skills
New program gives ECU engineering students opportunities at FRC East
Parents and guests get vital information from ECU’s orientation sessions
Event makes a comeback after two-year hiatus at ECU
Dr. Robin Coger begins tenure as provost

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Institute gives high school students introduction to teaching
Veterans, ECU maritime researchers search for missing WWII personnel
Orientation assistant alumni help welcome new Pirates
University, dental school supporter leaves lasting legacy
ECU grant, Wake Forest materials donation expand health information access for migrant farmworkers
Young musicians from around the country have converged on East Carolina University's campus for an intense week of master classes with some of the world's best pianists at the East Carolina Piano Festival.
ECU professor awarded state’s inaugural applied research fellowship to study PFAS
Students pursue EMT certifications to increase clinical experience for medical school applications
5 Things to Know About Orientation

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Event leads to oral history project remembering Black farming families in eastern NC
ECU researcher’s patented technology could provide new treatment
ECU faculty awarded grant to research link between workaholism, Type 2 diabetes
Washington, N.C. – ECU Health, in partnership with the Rivers East Workforce Development Board and NCWorks, will host a series of hiring events including both virtual and in-person job fairs in the months of July and August.
‘Mamma Mia!’ brings return of summer theatre to ECU
Engaged couple’s first date was sparked by class assignment
Unprecedented atmosphere expected for on-campus super regional games
Online course guides physicians on treating toxic exposures farmworkers might encounter
Summer class mixes letterpress printing with problem-solving

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