HEADLINES: Sept. 12, 2005
Trauma Center earns top recognition
The Trauma Center at Pitt County Memorial Hospital, led by ECU physicians, has received a top recognition from a national group.
Professor pens Souter biography
ECU political science professor Tinsley Yarbrough has written the first biography about Supreme Court justice David Hackett Souter.
ECU Hurricane relief efforts
Visit this site to see how ECU is contributing to the Hurricane relief efforts and how you can help.
Activities during the week of Sept. 12-16, include a presentation by Tinsley Yarbrough and webcasts of a conversation with Supreme Court Justices O’Connor and Breyer.
The Pajama Game
Oct. 6-11 at ECU's McGinnis Theatre.
IN THE NEWS:
NC system issues warm welcome
By Kristin Pratt, The Daily Tar Heel
All 16 campuses will accommodate students for courses and housing.Schools such as East Carolina University and N.C. State University have welcomed and are hosting several students.
Military hospitals, ECU work on study
By K.J. Williams, Jacksonville Daily News
Strategies to steer male military nurses leaving the Navy and Air Force toward the civilian nursing sector will be studied by East Carolina University.
More true freshman to see field time
By Nathan Summers, The Daily Reflector
Coach Skip Holtz hopes to follow his own redshirt mantra – don't strip off the redshirt if it's going to be a waste for the player.
Biotech site to be located in Greenville
By Mike Grizzard, The Daily Reflector
The N.C. Biotechnology Center will establish an office in Greenville. The center is the result of a partnership between ECU, the Pitt County Development Commission and others ...