EOSA Past Scholars

Please click on the headers below to navigate through each category of EOSA scholars. 

Engaged scholarship through mutually beneficial, meaningful, reciprocal partnerships with local government, non-profit, and private sector leaders that stimulate investment, create employment opportunities, and enhance economic development.

Engaged scholarship through partnership with communities and schools to provide much needed resources and evidence-based educational strategies to assist with community needs.

Engaged scholarship that corrects disparities in access to healthcare through partnerships with the community, sharing resources, and fostering implementation of evidence-based intervention strategies.

Engaged scholarship through constructive collaborations between ECU and partners that benefit the community via the unique capacities of the arts, humanities, culture, and design.

Engaged scholarship that involves mathematical and scientific ventures by collaborating with community partners to acknowledge their unique perspectives and revolutionize the breadth, scope, and creativity of their work.