|Photo Information: The Beaman Gateway in front of Garrett Dormitory is dedicated to Miss Mittie R. Beaman, supervisor of the infirmary 1910-1926; the graduating class of 1927 presented the plaque on the gateway.|
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Office of International Affairs
ECU’s Office of International Affairs (OIA), www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/intlaffairs, is a campus resource for student education abroad (including study, exchanges, internships, scholarships, etc.), undergraduate international student admission, international student orientation and advising, bringing J-1 Visiting Scholars to campus, faculty opportunities abroad, the International Travel Fund, establishing agreements with universities and institutes outside the US, and the Thomas W. Rivers Distinguished Professorship in International Affairs (or “Rivers Chair”). It is OIA that administers the ECU Language Academy (ECULA), www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/intlaffairs/ECULanguageAcademy.cfm.
OIA is situated in International House, 306 East Ninth Street, near the Student Recreation & Wellness Center in the southwest corner of ECU’s East Campus.
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