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for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 7 Issue 4, Summer 2009
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Greenville Mayor Pat Dunn has been highly successful at everything she’s done. From the thirty years she spent on the health education faculty at ECU to her mayoral campaign she has found success in every chapter of life.
The engineering program at ECU is different because it focuses on a more general field of engineering so that its graduates can go out and do something with the degree quicker than other, more specialized programs.
Steve Ballard has done much for ECU as its Chancellor. After five years on the job, he decided to stay another 5. In addition, during an interview, Ballard talks about his impact on ECU and its impact on him.
ECU’s Allied Health program is one that is producing a large number of the state’s professionals. There is a growing need for these graduates because of the increasing population of elderly in the state.
In terms of number of student athletes, track and field is the second largest sport at ECU. The team, while large is very close-knit and trains year round.
ECU student teachers perhaps can relate to the common concerns cited by this ECTTS student teacher. January 6, 1920 at Greenville’s Joyner School included the day starting with a bell and activities like recess and dinner. Concerns more timely than timeless included games like Sling the Biscuit, a car starting up with a crank, and speeding defined as driving at five miles an hour.