COE faculty members recently announced that the college secured a five-year, $9.8 million grant to study the effects of leadership in K-12 school systems.
Dr. Crystal Chambers is one of 31 people nationwide to receive a 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship.
1907 East Carolina Teachers Training School chartered 1909 First students enroll for classes 1911 First class graduates 1921 ECTTS renamed East Carolina Teachers College and begins four-year programs 1922 First bachelor degrees awarded by ECTC 1932 First Founders Day Celebration 1951 ECTC receives college status, renamed East Carolina College 1953 School of Education organized 1967 ECC receives university status, renamed East Carolina University 1972 ECU joins the University of North Carolina System 2003 School of Education formally renamed College of Education
"Just as sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west; just so sure the teachers of our children hold the destiny of our state in their hands. They are the guardians of our liberty, the protectors of our nation, the promoters of our civilization."
-Robert H. WrightFirst President of East Carolina