This Pirate finds fulfillment serving others through math, music and ministry. As a senior, Stepney is an ECU Teaching Fellow, serves on the College of Education Junior Advisory Board, a member of the ECU Gamma Chapter of Mathematics, and leads worship for Collide Campus Ministries. His goal is to teach High School Mathematics upon graduation in May.
The College of Education is pleased to announce that the American Library Association has awarded accreditation to the Master of Library Science degree program. This accreditation action is in effect immediately, and is retroactive for two years. This means 2013 and 2014 graduates now have an ALA accredited degree. Current students will also, of course, graduate with an ALA accredited degree.
ECU is one of only nine institutions across the country and the first in North Carolina to complete reaccreditation through the Transformation Initiative pathway by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. “I would say it’s an important designation for ECU and the UNC system,” said Alisa Chapman, vice president for academic and university programs in the UNC system. “ECU is an exemplar for teacher education, using data and research and innovation to improve their practice.”
College Foundation of North Carolina
ECU College of Education Scholarships
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Future Teachers of America Scholarships
Mary Morrow/Edna Richard Scholarship
Christa W. Monroe
Teacher Cadet Liaison
Office of Teacher Education
College of Education