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Congratulations for taking the first step toward furthering your education. If you have questions about the College of Education in general or an undergraduate program, please use the form below. If you are interested in a graduate program, please use the Graduate contact form. We look forward to hearing from you, and will work to make sure your question/ comment gets in the right hands, to ensure a prompt response.

 
 
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Two COE administrators recognized for supporting first-year students

The Student Government Association announced that two College of Education administrators were nominated for the 2015-2016 First Year Advocate Award. Dr. Dionna Manning, director of the Education Community of Scholars and Education Living-Learning Community, and Caroline Hill, academic advisor, were nominated for their work in providing support to those students who are new to ECU. […]

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ECU faculty inspire science on National Mall

Summers are warm but certainly not lazy for ECU faculty. Many ECU Faculty use this time as an opportunity to reach beyond the campus and inspire and excite people of all ages in learning and doing science. In Washington D.C. the annual Astronomy Festival on the National Mall, hosted by Hofstra University and funded by […]

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COE special ed alumnae recognized

ECU College of Education alumnae Hayley Flynn Mullins was recently was named Coordinator of Special Education for Campbell County Public Schools, Virginia. Hayley graduated in May 2008 with an undergraduate degree in special education, general curriculum with an adapted curriculum add-on. “I am excited for this opportunity as it will allow me to directly oversee […]

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COE grant educates students on the science of drug abuse

The Science Education Against Drug Abuse Partnership (SEADAP) program aims to expose students from 6th through 12th grade to the real-world applications of the scientific method in order to teach them about drug addiction. Now in its third year, the SEADAP program continues to implement hands-on curriculum educating students about the science of drug addiction […]

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Dr. Kevin Currie-Knight Hosts Video Interview Series, “Schooled: Conversations About Education”

For the past two years, Dr. Kevin Currie-Knight has hosted a web-based video interview series called “Schooled: Conversations About Education,” where he interviews researchers and practitioners about all things education. These videos are designed to be a resource for teachers, students, and anyone interested in learning more about issues related to education. See the series […]

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