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The Office of Student Affairs Development is pleased to announce the First Ever Pirate Alumni Reunion Weekend, April 11-13, 2014. Alumni Reunion Weekend is a weekend long celebration of various clubs and organizations at East Carolina University. The events are for all alumni, family, and friends of ECU. We welcome you to join us this year for an unforgettable experience! Please feel free to contact the Office of Student Affairs Development at (252)737-4970 or email@example.com with any questions. We look forward to seeing you back at ECU!! GO PIRATES! Click here for Reunion Weekend's Schedule of Events, as well as Lodging and Ticket information.
The Other Wes Moore - 2014-15 Pirate Read Selection
The Pirate Read aims to orient students to the academic community, to prepare students for the college-level environment, to allow students to share a common reading experience with fellow classmates, faculty, and staff and to enable students and faculty to discuss ideas from the book across the curriculum. The Pirate Read committee brings together faculty from across the campus along with Student Affairs educators to select the book and coordinate various educational and co-curricular activities, including bringing the author to campus. (Click here for more about the Pirate Read Selection)
2014 Spring Career Major Success
The Spring 2014 Career Fairs, held March 21st in Minges Coliseum, continued to see significant growth in student participation and employers who are hiring for internships, co-ops and full time positions. In the morning, 75 school systems and proprietary schools brought 149 recruiters to speak with perspective teachers. At 10:30 a.m. the fair ended and the Career Center team with more than 200 volunteers (SA Educators and students) reset Minges for the Spring Career Fair, which ran from 1-4p.m. The spring fair at ECU regularly attracts corporations and recruiters representing a wide variety of industries something for every major at ECU and this year was no exception. (Click Here for the Full Story)
CRW's Mark Parker officiates NC High School Basketball ChampionshipsMark Parker, Assistant Director for Intramural Sports at Campus Recreation & Wellness, was selected to officiate the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 2-A Boys State Basketball Championship game played on March 15th at Reynolds Coliseum on the campus of North Carolina State University. Parker was one of three officials selected for this honor out of his local association, which is comprised of approximately 150 members. There are over 1,000 high school basketball officials in the state and only 24 selected to officiate one of the eight state championship games annually. Mark’s selection represents the third time in the last four years that a Campus Recreation & Wellness staff member has been selected by the NCHSAA for this honor following Jon Wall (2013) and David Gaskins (2011).
SA Welcomes Mo Isom - Living Boldly
The Student Affairs Continuing Career Development Committee will host Mo Isom, an inspirational All-American athlete, to speak about personal adversity and character, living boldly, and leadership. Isom has enjoyed tremendous success and earth-shattering tragedies in her life. She spent her college years as a Communications graduate and All-American goalkeeper for the LSU Women’s Soccer team but also dealt with an eating disorder, the suicide of her father, and a horrific car accident of her own.
After completing her soccer career, Isom tried out for LSU’s nationally ranked football team as a place kicker, started her own business as a professional speaker, and has performed over 2,200 volunteer hours for ministries, volunteer programs, and mission organizations including visits to Uganda and Costa Rica. Isom, who now lives in Atlanta, has made numerous television appearances including the Christian Broadcasting Network, ESPN, Fox Sports, HLN, and Ellen. (click here for Mo Isom on campus schedule)