East Carolina University is resolute in honoring the values that have propelled its success over more than a century. As we consider our future, we focus on three commitments that we have identified as critical to our continued growth.
We pledge that ECU will be a national model for Student Success, Public Service, and Regional Transformation. These three tenets are detailed below, outlined by specific goals within each of their parameters.
School of Art and Design instructor Judd Snapp has taught 14 students during a five-week Summer Session 1 class how to cut, glue, seal and finish skateboards made from Canadian rock maple.
Being a police officer and a dentist are more similar than one might think. That's what former Sgt. Rudy Oxendine is realizing as a first-year dental student.
College of Business instructors Mark Weitzel and Len Rhodes challenge personal finance students to save $100,000.
The 2018 issue of the award-winning North Carolina Literary Review opens with an essay by the acclaimed author of the 20-book Judge Deborah Knott mystery series, Margaret Maron. The issue also features Vivian Howard of Chef & the Farmer in Kinston.
An exhibit opening May 23 features the work of faculty members going back to the early days of the School of Art and Design. It will be on display through June 29.
A $2.5 million NIH grant will fund research examining the link between air pollution and respiratory infections like pneumonia.
East Carolina has been a place for new ideas for more than 100 years. And new ideas are what university leaders are hoping will help grow the research enterprise in coming years.
ECU archaeologists working in partnership with the National Museum of Bermuda have announced that they may be one step closer to linking an unidentified shipwreck site to the nearly 400-year-old story of a stranded Dutch privateer or pirate ship.