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March 2015: EOSA alumni have represented ECU across colleges in First Monday, An Update from Provost Mitchelson. Deborah Thomson, has been named as one of 2015's Scholar-Teachers. Michael Harris received a Best Paper Award at the National Small Business Institute conference for his paper on philanthropy among small business owners. Bomna Ko was selected as a member of the 2015 SHAPE America Research Fellow Class. Anthony Kennedy secured a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund for his EOSA project.

January 2015: East Carolina University has earned higher education’s top honor for community engagement. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching announced Jan. 7 that ECU received the 2015 Community Engagement Classification. Read the ECU News story here.

December 2014: Congratulations to all of our EOSA Scholars who will be graduating on December 8th at 3:00PM in Willis Auditorium. Sharon Rogers is mentioned for her EOSA research and engagement in public service in First Monday, An Update from Interim Provost Mitchelson.

October 2014: Past EOSA Scholar, Beth Velde, is inducted into the Academy of Community Engagement Scholarship (ACES). Check out her ACES profile here and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) press release here.

October 2014: Check out our EOSA Scholars--Misun Hur, Kate LaMere, Michael Harris, John Reisch, Richard Williams, Sharon Rogers, & Elizabeth Wall-Bassett--mentioned for their work in public service in First Monday, An Update from Interim Provost Mitchelson.

November 2012: ECU won the prestigious C. Peter Magrath Award. Supported by the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities and the Engagement Scholarship Consortium, the award honors one community-campus partnership annually. ECU News Services reports on the community engagement award.

October 2011: Dr. Thomas G. Irons, associate vice chancellor for Health Sciences and professor of pediatrics at East Carolina University, received the Award for Excellence in Public Service today from the Board of Governors. ECU News Services reports on the award.

October 2008: Dr. Lessie L. Bass, associate professor of social work and director of the Lucille Gorham Intergenerational Center at East Carolina University, received the Award for Excellence in Public Service from the Board of Governors. See the ECU News Article here