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Navy Certificate Dr. Thomas Honored with Navy Employer Support Certificate of Appreciation

College of Allied Health Sciences Dean Stephen Thomas, on behalf of East Carolina University, received a Navy Employer Support Certificate of Appreciation from Chief of Navy Reserve Vice Adm. Robin Braun during a ceremony at Joint Expeditionary Base (JEB) Little Creek in Norfolk, Va. on June 20. Read more and view pictures here...

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Military and Trauma Counseling Network Established

Dr. Mark Stebnicki, professor and coordinator of the new Military and Trauma Counseling (MTC) certificate program in the Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies, has developed the Military and Trauma Counseling Network (MTCN) to provide an online resource for active duty service members, veterans, veterans with disabilities, and their family members. This online material also serves as a resource for military counseling professionals. Please click (and bookmark) the following link to view this new online resource: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/rehb/omtc.cfm. Updates will be posted on a regular basis and will include a future blog.

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Dr.'s Kulesher and Forrestal Publish Article

Dr. Robert Kulesher and Dr. Elizabeth Forrestal from the Department of Health Services and Information Management published an article in the Journal of Hospital Administratio entitled, "International Models of Health Systems Financing." View the article here.

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CAHS Awards 2014-2015 Scholarship Students

The College of Allied Health Sciences and Dean Stephen Thomas were happy to present eight CAHS scholarships to deserving students for the 2014-2015 academic year. To read more about the scholarship recipients visit the ECU Health Beat Blog.

The Bremers, Dr. Walker & Dr. Thomas 'A FOUNDATIONAL SKILL' 
State superintendent delivers address on literacy at ECU summit

The changing definition of literacy and the constant evolution of teaching methods were major topics at the first-ever Interdisciplinary Literacy Summit, held May 21 at East Carolina University. Marianna Walker, dean of the ECU Honors College, and Sarah Williams, director of the Walter and Marie Williams STEPP Program, collaborated to organize the inaugural campus-wide initiative. Read more...
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