Nine ECU maritime studies graduate students, under the direction of Dr. Nathan Richards, are mapping the Pappy's Lane shipwreck in Rodanthe.Read the full story.
Researchers Awarded $1.5 Million to Investigate Future of Coastal Communities
Andy Keeler, ECU professor of economics and program head for public policy and coastal sustainability at the UNC Coastal Studies Institute, is part of an interdisciplinary team of researchers investigating how public policies affect both economic decisions and the coastal environment.
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College Spotlight: The Voyages of Discovery Series
The Voyages of Discovery Series advances the spirit of exploration and discovery that is the hallmark of the arts and sciences, and has become the premier intellectual event for students and faculty of ECU, the citizens of eastern North Carolina, and a showcase for the quality of academic life at the university.
Each year, the series features thought-provoking and accomplished leaders from a variety of disciplines who provide insight into important issues in today’s society, and who share their experiences and perspectives.
ECU students may request a free ticket by going directly to the ECU Central Ticket Office, and presenting his or her ECU One Card.
|Private Kayla Padgett earned her criminal justice degree in 2015. Today, Padgett is one of the first women to graduate from United States Army infantry training. Read the full New York Times article.
(photo by Melissa Golden for The New York Times)
|Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society, has selected Jamie L. Vernon, ECU biology alumnus ('05) as its next executive director and CEO.
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|Tim Meigs, a biology alumnus and member of the department's advancement council, finished first in his age group while running in the 2017 Boston Marathon. Read the full article.