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East Carolina University will use a $100,000 grant from the State Employees' Credit Union (SECU) Foundation to fund up to 20 summer internships for undergraduates interested in careers in leadership positions in rural North Carolina communities.
East Carolina University will use a $100,000 grant from the State Employees' Credit Union (SECU) Foundation to fund up to 20 summer internships for undergraduates interested in careers in leadership positions in rural North Carolina communities.
 
Helping students with learning differences succeed at the college level was the focus of a recent conference that drew more than 170 educators and students to East Carolina University.
Helping students with learning differences succeed at the college level was the focus of a recent conference that drew more than 170 educators and students to East Carolina University.
 
Dr. Marilyn Sheerer urged East Carolina University graduates to embrace change, to lead and serve others in their search for success in the future.
Dr. Marilyn Sheerer urged East Carolina University graduates to embrace change, to lead and serve others in their search for success in the future.
 
A geographer, Mitchelson has been at ECU since 1999. He chaired the department of geography and served as interim chair of the English department. In 2011 he was appointed to chair ECU's Program Prioritization Committee, which evaluated programs campuswide and examined the university's academic...
A geographer, Mitchelson has been at ECU since 1999. He chaired the department of geography and served as interim chair of the English department. In 2011 he was appointed to chair ECU's Program Prioritization Committee, which evaluated programs campuswide and examined the university's academic...
 
Marilyn Sheerer admitted as she stood at the podium, watching her colleagues giving a standing ovation, that she's seldom at a loss for words. But she was almost there during the fifth annual University Awards Day ceremony.
Marilyn Sheerer admitted as she stood at the podium, watching her colleagues giving a standing ovation, that she's seldom at a loss for words. But she was almost there during the fifth annual University Awards Day ceremony.
 
Humorous anecdotes, stories of her love of learning and teaching, and praise from a former governor showered Janice Hardison Faulkner as a gallery space in Joyner Library was dedicated in her honor March 10.
Humorous anecdotes, stories of her love of learning and teaching, and praise from a former governor showered Janice Hardison Faulkner as a gallery space in Joyner Library was dedicated in her honor March 10.
 
Provost Marilyn Sheerer often uses her "First Monday" e-newsletter to campus to announce new programs or highlight advancements on campus. On the first Monday in February, she reported something personal to East Carolina University.
Provost Marilyn Sheerer often uses her "First Monday" e-newsletter to campus to announce new programs or highlight advancements on campus. On the first Monday in February, she reported something personal to East Carolina University.
 
It's simple enough to calculate the impact of 110 freshmen Honors College students on the community through a series of semester-long service projects this fall. Just look at a sample of what they produced: four benches built for potential pet parents, seven science exhibits presented to 50 kids...
It's simple enough to calculate the impact of 110 freshmen Honors College students on the community through a series of semester-long service projects this fall. Just look at a sample of what they produced: four benches built for potential pet parents, seven science exhibits presented to 50 kids...
 
Chairman Robert Brinkley saved what might be considered the biggest news for his closing remarks during the regularly scheduled East Carolina University Board of Trustees meeting Sept. 20.
Chairman Robert Brinkley saved what might be considered the biggest news for his closing remarks during the regularly scheduled East Carolina University Board of Trustees meeting Sept. 20.
 
During his 10th address at the annual faculty convocation, Chancellor Steve Ballard told East Carolina University faculty to expect budget decisions to be a continuing part of the academic year that begins today. "We will be more challenged fiscally than other years," he said.
During his 10th address at the annual faculty convocation, Chancellor Steve Ballard told East Carolina University faculty to expect budget decisions to be a continuing part of the academic year that begins today. "We will be more challenged fiscally than other years," he said.
 
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