Nine anthropology students received awards for their editorial writing on climate change as part of a national competition known as the Community Action Project.
The next Shonda Rhimes, Nataja "Tay" Peed, loves writing. She will receive her degree in English on Friday, Dec. 14.
It's never too late. At 72 years old, the Class of 2018's Henry Stephen "Steve" Dellinger embodies the true meaning of the phrase.
A team of ECU archaeologists and students are identifying artifacts near two suspected Danish slave ship wreckages.
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William "Chris" Thaxton, who will graduate with a master's degree in biology in May, is one of 66 students from across the United States awarded a 2019 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship. Thaxton will be moving to Washington, D.C. for his fellowship year where he will work on ocean and natural resource policy for Sen. Brian Schatz from Hawaii.
View the first six videos in the THCAS "Your Major Matters" video series. See what students are learning and doing in their majors in Biology, Chemistry, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Geography, Planning and Environment, Physics, and Psychology.
College Spotlight: The Voyages of Discovery Series
2018-2019 Speaker Receptions
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Your Major Matters Videos