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10543
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James R. Hupp is the first dean of East Carolina University's new School of Dentistry. He served for six years as dean of the School of Dentistry at the University of Mississippi before coming to ECU. In this interview, Hupp discusses his past experiences and his vision for the new dental school.
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16654
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East Carolina University celebrated its 100th anniversary March 8th. With all the celebrations, ECU notes plans for a dental school.
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22136
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On June 10, 2014, the ECU School of Dental Medicine opened its second community service learning center in the state. Located in Elizabeth City, the center is a $3 million, 7,700-square-foot-facility. Ahoskie was the first center to open and eight to ten more are planned around the state.
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25478
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Dentistry was hard to come by in rural North Carolina until East Carolina’s $60 million School of Dental Medicine opens in August. In a pioneering program for the nation, ECU’s dental school will build and staff (with faculty dentists, dental residents, and fourth-year dental students) 10 dental practice centers serving some of the poorest and most isolated areas in North Carolina.
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25486
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The inaugural class of East Carolina’s School of Dental Medicine is learning about the tools of the trade. The brisk pace and problem-solving seminars, which distinguish ECU’s Dental School from others, are propelling this new class through a rite of passage: taking up the dental drill.
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