ECU program listed among the best in U.S. News rankings
East Carolina University’s rehabilitation counseling program is ranked among the best graduate programs in the nation, according to a listing released March 11 by U.S. News & World Report. The program was ranked 13th for the second consecutive year. It has been consistently ranked in the top 20 since the mid-1990s. Read more...
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'Small Changes' Yahoo article features ECU professor
ECU psychology professor Lesley Lutes was featured in a front page Yahoo.com article, “15 Small Changes for Faster Weight Loss” published March 7. The article was based on research Lutes published earlier in Prevention magazine, in which she outlines how focusing on small changes can help individuals develop and maintain a healthy weight for a lifetime. Read the article...
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March madness takes practice for optimal performance
College athletes and fans will soon be caught up in March madness, the frenzy that often accompanies the annual contest for the winning title in the NCAA men’s basketball championship tournament. Competing well within that stressful environment requires practice, training and effort, according to ECU kinesiology professor Dr. Tom Raedeke. Read more...
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ECU professor to oversee Capital Jury Project Archive
ECU criminal justice professor Jonathan Sorensen will oversee the Capital Jury Project archive in the ECU Department of Criminal Justice. The data archive includes interviews from more than 1,198 death penalty jurors in 14 states. Results from the study have enabled researchers to publish more than 60 academic and law journal articles over the last 22 years. Read more...
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