New equipment trains students for future of manufacturing
This Pirate is helping the community through electrical engineering
ECU collaboration aims to improve early detection of dementia
3D printing leads to surgical breakthrough for patient
Camp exposes girls to engineering, technology careers.
The Dean’s Advancement Council provides an opportunity for alumni and friends to become more engaged with the East Carolina University College of Engineering and Technology, through their work as advocates, resource finders, contributors and consultants. The Council will serve as advisory to the Dean of the College of Engineering and Technology to further the college’s goals, support its continuing improvement, and ensure its future success. Both on and off campus, the Council will assist the Dean and faculty in promoting a positive image and good relations for the College of Engineering and Technology with constituent groups at the local, regional, state, and national levels.
President and CEO
North Carolina's Eastern Region
R. Scott Cooper
Gregory Poole Equipment Company
Keihin Carolina Systems
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
Retired from IBM
Pitt County Development Commission
L.B. ClaytonRetired from Old Dominion FreightlinesKearnersville, NC
Carver Machine Works
Robert and Betty Hill
Newport News, VA
Cherry Point, NC
T.A. Loving Company
Southern Piping Company
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