Every year I look forward to the start of fall semester, when our building comes alive with the faces of eager new students who are enthusiastic about the future. As we welcome everyone back for the start of the year, I'm excited about the future too, especially when I think about all we have happening at East Carolina University and the College of Nursing.
Our new chancellor, Dr. Cecil Staton, took office in July and has already set into motion his vision for building on ECU's legacy of excellence...
Nursing students train for real-world situations
Distance education students in East Carolina University's master of science in nursing program gathered for hands-on training with interprofessional colleagues from across the university to help them prepare for a variety of situations they will encounter working in health care.
A roundup of the latest awards, accomplishments and accolades earned by our faculty, staff, students and alumni. Click here to see the list.
Assisting health departments to better provide testing and services for sexually transmitted diseases through improved insurance billing practices is the goal of a project led by Assistant Professor Dr. Cheryl Kovar. The initiative is funded by a $500,000 grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services Communicable Disease Branch.
The nurse-midwifery concentration in the Master of Science in Nursing Program has received 10 years of accreditation, the maximum granted by the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education. Learn more.