ECU celebrated its commitment to growing the international footprint on campus at the inaugural International Awards Ceremony.
ECU School of Theatre and Dance students will present "Young Frankenstein" in McGinnis Theatre Nov. 16-21.
Commitment will create a learning environment for entrepreneurial students with innovative ideas
During its meeting at the East Carolina Heart Institute Nov. 10, the ECU Board of Trustees approved tuition and fees for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Dr. Margaret D. Bauer, professor of literature and editor of the North Carolina Literary Review, received the North Carolina Award, the state's highest civilian award, during a ceremony in Raleigh Nov. 9.
The inaugural Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge is open to currently enrolled students as well as alumni.
Chancellor Cecil Staton awarded three of his Chancellor's Amethysts at the ECU Board of Trustees dinner.
Joyner Library announced the winners of its annual W. Keats Sparrow Writing Award for student research.