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Chancellor Cecil Staton held a special recognition event for donors whose philanthropic commitment and generosity to ECU goes above and beyond.
During its meeting on April 20, the Board of Trustees approved the conferral of 5,282 degrees for spring commencement.

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Thanks to donor initiatives, an ECU student with dyslexia is succeeding in his classes, a nursing student with financial need is getting help paying for her education, and Pirate baseball fans are enjoying a higher-quality game experience. Chancellor Cecil Staton acknowledged these dream-makers and life-changers with three of his Chancellor’s Amethysts at a Board of Trustees dinner celebration at ECU on April 19. → http://go.ecu.edu/3b49b406
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