Education professor Abbie Brown is the first exclusively-online professor in the UNC system to receive the UNC Board of Governors Award for Teaching Excellence.
Research on Peruvian glassfrogs by biology graduate student Evan Twomey was featured in National Geographic magazine.
ECU’s College of Nursing was invited to join the prestigious National Hartford Centers of Gerontological Nursing Excellence, and is poised to help meet the needs of the state’s rapidly growing elderly population. Read more.
School of Communication Director Linda Kean was honored with the NCA Health Communication Division’s highest academic honor, the Outstanding Scholar Award.
A mobile app designed by ECU physician Dr. Tin Nguyen helps doctors teach patients about heart risks. Read more.
Health education and promotion professor Beth Chaney was appointed to the North Carolina Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking Prevention and Treatment Task Force.
The choreographic work of ECU dance professor John Dixon took the national stage in Washington, D.C. on June 7. Read more.
Forty-seven physicians from the Brody School of Medicine were chosen by their peers for inclusion in the 2014 "Best Doctors in America" list. Read more.
Research by accounting professor Rebecca Fay made the front page of the Journal of Accountancy, the leading journal published by the American Institute of CPAs.
East Carolina University art professor Robert Ebendorf, an internationally known metalsmith and jewelry designer, received a lifetime achievement award from the Society of North American Goldsmiths.
ECU junior Benjamin Tillett-Wakeley passed requirements to become a Red Hat Certified Engineer.
School of Hospitality Leadership professor David Edgell was awarded the 2014 Board on Human Sciences Lifetime Achievement Award.
Michelle F. Eble, associate professor in the Department of English, was elected president of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing in March 2015.