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News

Open Dialogue: ECU Experts Discuss Marriage Rights

As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear legal arguments on marriage rights later this month, experts form ECU hosted a panel discussion to explore the issue April 15....(read more)

World-Class Women: Event Honors Female Faculty, Staff & Alumni for Outstanding Contributions

Ten inspiring women, including two from the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, were honored April 13 in a ceremony at the Murphy Center that celebrated the impacts women have - large and small - on East Carolina University and the world.... (read article)

Events

College Spotlight: The Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series

The lecture series advances the spirit of exploration and discovery that is the hallmark of the liberal arts 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 ECU. 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.

www.ecu.edu/voyages

Jean-Michel Cousteau

October 1
The Premiere Lecture
Jean-Michel Cousteau

Julian Bond

November 18
The Lawrence F. Brewster Lecture in History
Julian Bond

Raymond Moody, Ph.D., M.D.

February 24
The Jarvis Lecture on Religion & Culture
Raymond Moody, Ph.D., M.D.

Ilona Bell, Ph.D.

March 24
The Thomas Harriot Lecture
Ilona Bell, Ph.D.

Alumni Profiles

 Kari Carr ECU has challenged me academically and has helped me develop my leadership, service, and professional skills. The THCAS has helped me significantly prepare for life beyond graduation. (article)

Hannah Potter2  My favorite times at ECU were the conversations I had with my professors within my departments. I had the privilege of small-knit programs with instructors that offered meaningful time and mentorship to students. (article)
Amy K Marshall  I learned the benefits of diversity in education....What I wanted was a well-rounded degree that I could use to go wherever I wanted in museums or archaeology or historic preservation.
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