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.
ECU College of Education Master of Library Science degree program aims to train professional media specialists who want to stay and work in North Carolina.
The College of Education’s newly renovated, 2700 square foot Academic Success Center (ASC) opened in May 2014 in Rivers Building. The ASC houses Academic Advising, the Office of Professional Development and Teaching Fellows/Maynard/Abernathy Scholars and the Education Housing Community.
The Abernathy and Maynard Scholarships are four-year scholarships awarded to education students. Meet our incoming Abernathy and Maynard Scholars and learn what made them choose education!
You are invited to the College of Education's annual "Breakfast on the Porch" on Saturday, October 4th at Speight Building during the ECU Homecoming Parade on Fifth Street. Later, the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology Education will host an Alumni Brunch from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in front of Flanagan Building.
Christa W. Monroe
Teacher Cadet Liaison
Office of Teacher Education
College of Education