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Ceremony will recognize nearly 100 state procurement professionals earning contract manager and purchaser certifications from 2020-2022
Ceremony will recognize nearly 100 state procurement professionals earning contract manager and purchaser certifications from 2020-2022
 
WASHINGTON, N.C.     Certified nurse aides and healthcare technicians were in high demand even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but now vacancies have grown.
WASHINGTON, N.C.     Certified nurse aides and healthcare technicians were in high demand even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but now vacancies have grown.
 
Preston Cooper, a researcher at The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity studying the economics of higher education, recently published a wide-ranging analysis of almost 14,000 U.S. graduate degree programs.
Preston Cooper, a researcher at The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity studying the economics of higher education, recently published a wide-ranging analysis of almost 14,000 U.S. graduate degree programs.
 
Graduate programs in business, criminal justice, education, nursing recognized
Graduate programs in business, criminal justice, education, nursing recognized
 
East Carolina pitcher Jake Kuchmaner has been named one of 21 male student-athlete recipients for the 2021 Spring NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, the organization announced Friday.
East Carolina pitcher Jake Kuchmaner has been named one of 21 male student-athlete recipients for the 2021 Spring NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, the organization announced Friday.
 
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony in May with an award from the DAISY Foundation.
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony in May with an award from the DAISY Foundation.
 
Tim Taylor could scarcely have imagined when he began attending Arapahoe Charter School in 1997, that he would one day come full circle and send his own sons there decades later.
Tim Taylor could scarcely have imagined when he began attending Arapahoe Charter School in 1997, that he would one day come full circle and send his own sons there decades later.
 
Certified nurse aides and healthcare technicians have been instrumental in opening nursing homes and assisted living facilities through patient care and monitoring.
Certified nurse aides and healthcare technicians have been instrumental in opening nursing homes and assisted living facilities through patient care and monitoring.
 
Editors at the Federalist highlight the latest commencement remarks from Purdue president and former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
Editors at the Federalist highlight the latest commencement remarks from Purdue president and former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
 
Course-based undergraduate research leads to publication, grant
 
Many students since the pandemic have questioned whether they should attend graduate school or change their career plans altogether.
Many students since the pandemic have questioned whether they should attend graduate school or change their career plans altogether.
 
Students are paying a higher price tag for college, but is the quality of their education also increasing, or at least staying stable?
Students are paying a higher price tag for college, but is the quality of their education also increasing, or at least staying stable?
 
“We have an individual and collective responsibility to protect ourselves...”
 
Four graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program celebrated their final day of classes on July 14.
Four graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program celebrated their final day of classes on July 14.
 
any college graduates think to themselves, “I don’t have any immediate job prospects that are attractive and I can easily get into grad school with the chance of eventually getting my PhD and then a tenured professorship
any college graduates think to themselves, “I don’t have any immediate job prospects that are attractive and I can easily get into grad school with the chance of eventually getting my PhD and then a tenured professorship
 
U.S. News & World Report recognizes ECU graduate programs
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper led a roundtable with Pitt Community College students, graduates, and administrators to highlight key successes in the Finish Line Grants program.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper led a roundtable with Pitt Community College students, graduates, and administrators to highlight key successes in the Finish Line Grants program.
 
New improvements in the College Scorecard data from the U.S. Department of Education have shown some of the specifics for how well degrees pay off.
New improvements in the College Scorecard data from the U.S. Department of Education have shown some of the specifics for how well degrees pay off.
 
The College Scorecard, a Department of Education initiative that publishes data on student debt and earnings after graduation for thousands of schools, just got a major update.
The College Scorecard, a Department of Education initiative that publishes data on student debt and earnings after graduation for thousands of schools, just got a major update.
 
A midshipman who knew Joshua Kaleb Watson spoke to LifeZette exclusively about the young Naval Academy graduate who gave his life for his country
A midshipman who knew Joshua Kaleb Watson spoke to LifeZette exclusively about the young Naval Academy graduate who gave his life for his country
 
Most students rely on loans to pay for college; colleges raise their prices, and student debt increases. Now, about 44 million students collectively owe $1.6 trillion in student debt.
Most students rely on loans to pay for college; colleges raise their prices, and student debt increases. Now, about 44 million students collectively owe $1.6 trillion in student debt.
 
The Citadel and 27 two-year schools throughout the south are working together to make a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree available to a wider spectrum of students.
The Citadel and 27 two-year schools throughout the south are working together to make a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree available to a wider spectrum of students.
 
The proper term for the actions of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate student assistants and instructors threatening to withhold grades unless Silent Sam—a statue of a Confederate soldier who was pulled off his pedestal by a mob of activists in August—is removed from campus
The proper term for the actions of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate student assistants and instructors threatening to withhold grades unless Silent Sam—a statue of a Confederate soldier who was pulled off his pedestal by a mob of activists in August—is removed from campus
 
This week, U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), John Cornyn (R-TX), Joe Manchin (D-VA), and Kamala Harris (D-CA) introduced the GEAR UP for Success Act, legislation to improve the Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR UP)
This week, U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), John Cornyn (R-TX), Joe Manchin (D-VA), and Kamala Harris (D-CA) introduced the GEAR UP for Success Act, legislation to improve the Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR UP)
 
The PROSPER Act cuts financial assistance for undergraduates, a move that will hurt many, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators said Jan. 24
The PROSPER Act cuts financial assistance for undergraduates, a move that will hurt many, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators said Jan. 24
 
Fees but not tuition will increase for in-state East Carolina University undergraduate students during the 2018-19 year
Fees but not tuition will increase for in-state East Carolina University undergraduate students during the 2018-19 year
 
Fifteen students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's paramedic course on November 8. The program had three times as many graduates as the previous class
Fifteen students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's paramedic course on November 8. The program had three times as many graduates as the previous class
 
East Carolina University graduate students Molly Albecker, Spencer Miller and Kenyann Stanford traveled with their mentors and ECU Graduate School faculty to Raleigh as representatives for North Carolina Graduate Education Day held May 16 at the Legislative Building
East Carolina University graduate students Molly Albecker, Spencer Miller and Kenyann Stanford traveled with their mentors and ECU Graduate School faculty to Raleigh as representatives for North Carolina Graduate Education Day held May 16 at the Legislative Building
 
More than six years have passed since Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa rocked the academic world with their landmark book, Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses
More than six years have passed since Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa rocked the academic world with their landmark book, Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses
 
East Carolina University's online bachelor's and master's degree programs have been recognized among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report
East Carolina University's online bachelor's and master's degree programs have been recognized among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report
 
East Carolina University continues to lead the state in the percentage of medical graduates training in or practicing primary care five years after completing school, according to a report presented this month to the state university system
East Carolina University continues to lead the state in the percentage of medical graduates training in or practicing primary care five years after completing school, according to a report presented this month to the state university system
 
Back in 2003, Thomas Benton-"the pseudonym of an assistant professor of English at a Midwestern liberal arts college"-wrote a brutally honest article in the Chronicle of Higher Education about graduate programs in the humanities
Back in 2003, Thomas Benton-"the pseudonym of an assistant professor of English at a Midwestern liberal arts college"-wrote a brutally honest article in the Chronicle of Higher Education about graduate programs in the humanities
 
For decades, the American higher education establishment was able to sell the idea that promoting college was sound policy because it seemed that nearly all graduates found good, high-paying jobs
For decades, the American higher education establishment was able to sell the idea that promoting college was sound policy because it seemed that nearly all graduates found good, high-paying jobs
 
In 2013, North Carolina stopped giving automatic pay raises to public school teachers who earn master's degrees
In 2013, North Carolina stopped giving automatic pay raises to public school teachers who earn master's degrees
 
Twenty-nine of the students who graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing technology program on May 11, 2016 were also part of the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students.
Twenty-nine of the students who graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing technology program on May 11, 2016 were also part of the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students.
 
Six students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training program on April 21, 2016. Daniel Babos of Blounts Creek, Brandon T. Cherry of Washingon, John B.P. Kidwell of Williamston, John B. Melvin of Swanquarter, Jessica L. Stewart of Greenville and...
Six students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training program on April 21, 2016. Daniel Babos of Blounts Creek, Brandon T. Cherry of Washingon, John B.P. Kidwell of Williamston, John B. Melvin of Swanquarter, Jessica L. Stewart of Greenville and...
 
Four online graduate programs at East Carolina University have been ranked among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report.
Four online graduate programs at East Carolina University have been ranked among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report.
 
East Carolina University Honors College student Erika Dietrick discovered her passion during an honors research colloquium featuring ECU biology professor Dr. Claudia Jolls.
East Carolina University Honors College student Erika Dietrick discovered her passion during an honors research colloquium featuring ECU biology professor Dr. Claudia Jolls.
 
Six East Carolina University graduate students are doing their part to uphold the university's motto, "Servire" -- " to serve" -- after being named North Carolina Albert Schweitzer Fellows for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Six East Carolina University graduate students are doing their part to uphold the university's motto, "Servire" -- " to serve" -- after being named North Carolina Albert Schweitzer Fellows for the 2015-2016 academic year.
 
A driving program developed by East Carolina University graduate students is steering some local teens with autism toward greater independence.
A driving program developed by East Carolina University graduate students is steering some local teens with autism toward greater independence.
 
The East Carolina University fall Open House brought approximately 4,700 guests to campus Oct. 24, including more than 1,500 prospective students.
The East Carolina University fall Open House brought approximately 4,700 guests to campus Oct. 24, including more than 1,500 prospective students.
 
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