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658
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East Carolina University must take a role in promoting Greenville as well as Eastern North Carolina.
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A study conducted at East Carolina University attempted to dispel the notion that individuals who enter the teaching profession are less academically competent than those entering other fields.
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3981
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Dr. Richard Eakin became chancellor of East Carolina University, the state's third largest university, in 1987. He has overseen a period of great growth and change, including 4,000 more students, new campus construction, and adding programs to the curriculum.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 56 Issue 12, Dec 1998, p8,10-11, por
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7670
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Steve Ballard begins his second academic year as chancellor of East Carolina University. Durham summarizes the accomplishments achieved in year one and discusses Ballard's views of the future, including health education and medical innovation, visual and performing arts, athletics and academics, and the economic status of ECU students.
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17052
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Following a century of startling growth and nationally recognized accomplishment, East Carolina University is implementing a strategic plan as it looks ahead to its Centennial in 2007. This ambitious initiative for the new century emphasizes the role of ECU as the educational, medical, cultural, and economic engine for the eastern region of North Carolina.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 4 Issue 10, Nov 2003, p38-40, 50, f Periodical Website
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W. Randolf Chitwood, Jr. is a cardiothoracic surgeon who many believe is the best when it comes to using highly technical equipment to conduct various heart surgeries. The author discusses his experience having heart surgery and how Greenville, North Carolina became an important medical research hub.
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25358
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ECU anthropology students are uncovering evidence of human life from more than 11,000 years ago near Barber Creek. The field school is led by Dr. Randy Daniel, an ECU archaeologist.
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25352
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In an effort to better educate American students on the traditions of Islam, Professor Kenneth Wilburn’s Middle East history class video links to the same class at Sharjah Women’s College in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
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25353
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Bill Muse, the new Chancellor of ECU, has held many university administrative jobs at many different universities. Through it all, his family has supported him and continues to support his endeavors. He has big plans for ECU which come from the tour he took of much of the Eastern part of the state.
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25351
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With talk of renovating ECU’s Harrington baseball stadium, fans are worried that the experience and traditions of the “jungle” seats will be changed or even eliminated.
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25357
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Freshmen Kathryn Simpson is learning the ups and downs of starting college life away from home. While the adjustment can be tough, many students do it each year meaning there are high hopes for Simpson to adjust in a timely manner.
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25355
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The ECU ROTC program is joined by many to pay for college before they realize that they either have a deep pride for being in the military or it is simply not for them. Many training opportunities are available and students in the program speak highly of it.
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25350
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ECU baseball coach Keith LeClair faces both the struggles of ALS and trying to get the team to NCAA tournament. During his fight, he has remained religious and is an inspiration to all.
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25354
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Chancellor Muse has many plans for making ECU better including the teacher education, human health, fine and performing arts, and economic development departments.