Dr. Kevin Woodrow, a recent graduate of the doctoral program in clinical health psychology, treats fellow veterans in a residential substance-abuse treatment program at a VA medical center in Wyoming.
Thirty-six physicians from the Brody School of Medicine were chosen by their peers for inclusion in the 2015 “Best Doctors in America” list.
Senior Brettelyn Knell received the Community Impact Award from North Carolina Campus Compact for her dedication to leadership and community service.
Shark expert and doctoral student Chuck Bangley’s research rose to the forefront in the national news after a series of shark bites along the North Carolina coast last summer.
Alumnus David Dodge Lewis introduced wax-resist drawing, a new art technique, during an exhibition in ECU’s Wellington B. Gray Gallery alongside artist collaborator Ephraim Rubenstein.
ECU’s Chamber Singers are the only American choir to win the International Maribor Choral Competition; they finished first in the 13th annual contest in Slovenia last year.
Marquita Hall, a nurse specialist in vascular surgery, was selected by her peers as the 2015 top nurse at ECU Physicians.
Associate professor Sharon Rogers invented and secured a U.S. patent for Sportscale, a device that weighs athletes and assesses their hydration needs to help prevent dehydration.
Dr. Danielle Walsh, associate professor of surgery, received the Education and Research Foundation’s Excellence in Medical Leadership Award from the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons.
Graduate student and tuba player Zachary Grass was the only low brass instrumentalist to win the 2015 Yamaha Young Performing Artists competition.