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16822
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East Carolina University's Italy Intensives program, located in Certaldo Alto in central Italy, began four years ago and has proven so popular and academically effective that it's moving into a year-round activity. Gray explains the program which is operated by the College of Fine Arts and Communication.\r\n
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16823
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East Carolina University offers seventy-eight master's degrees, sixteen doctorates, and additional professional certificates and ranks third among the state's colleges and universities in enrollment. Blackburn examines the new graduate degree programs that spurring the growth at ECU.
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25484
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The college basketball world has taken notice of the Pirates with their first winning season in 14 years. However, Coach Jeff Lebo must contend with a group of young players that need to fill the gaps of graduating players to continue the winning streak.
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25485
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In a novel approach to aiding recent graduates from the East Carolina Teachers College, Miriam McFayden journeyed from Manteo to the mountains to bring encouragement, advice, and supplies to young alumnae, some working in very rural schools.
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25483
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Derek Alderman, a UNC Board of Governors Teaching Award recipient, wants his students to see a place as more than just a physical location, but geography as a culmination of space, place, and landscape that comes to life.
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36098
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Among East Carolina Teacher Training School’s early accomplishments and famous firsts was offering a full academic year that included the summer. This option, implemented in 1912 and institutionalized in 1922, made it possible for students to complete a Bachelor’s degree in three years. It was a rare offering for a school in the South during this decade.
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36099
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Clifton Britton took center stage in ways that went beyond revitalizing the Maskers as the Chi Pi Players. His master’s thesis became a handbook for high school English teachers who directed plays. His stage manager and directorial accomplishments included The Lost Colony.