Student Highlight

Leah Joyner, MS-STLeah Joyner

Leah's passion for food and agritourism inspired the second year MS-ST student to co-host (with Dr. Carol Kline) the Sustainable Farm Tour this past year in the Greenbriar Valley of West Virginia. Leah recently gave her mid-semester presentation on the experience. This is one presentation you will not want to miss out on! View it now!!

As pictured above, Leah also has a profound passion for photography. Her work is amazing and you can view her collection here.


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Students admitted into this graduate program may be awarded financial support in the form of a graduate assistantship.

These programs provide financial support to enable students to focus their research and academic endeavors. Students must apply for an assistantship and will be selected based on an evaluation of academic records, recommendations, experience, and other relevant criteria. To qualify for a full-time assistantship, students must be enrolled as a full-time student, and in good academic standing.

Historically, the MS-ST program has been able to provide funding to 98% of our students. We believe in providing assistantships to our students to help them reach their academic and personal goals, while also relieving financial stress.

On a case by case basis, we also work to find students summer graduate assistantships, grant support and other funding sources while they are here on campus completing their degree.

Please contact us to learn more about your funding opportunities for our Masters in Sustainable Tourism degree program here at East Carolina University.


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