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7 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 9 Issue 1, Fall 2010
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Within ECU’s Department of History, the Program in Maritime Studies stands out as among the programs in the United States that focus either on history, science, or archaeology, combining all to the study of underwater archaeology. With ships as cultural objects and sources of history, students and researchers within the Program in Maritime Studies have worked worldwide and across the country, and state of North Carolina.
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The Project Supporting Transition and Education through Planning and Partnerships (STEPP) offers support for students who have extraordinary capabilities and potential but have learning differences that might prevent their achievement. In a unique model to North Carolina, ECU’s Project STEPP has tutors and mentors that work with public and private high schools to identify and aid students to excel in the university setting upon entering East Carolina.
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Although not all ECU football players have gone on to play professional football, some are still at the center of East Carolina sports today. Jimmy Creech, class of 73/74 has been a backbone of fundraising and community support in heralding in a future for ECU sports.
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25465
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Along with new coaches, to promote the potential success of a competitive men’s basketball team, supporters are attempting to raise funds to pay for the construction of a separate practice facility for basketball.
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25466
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In the early days of East Carolina, principal Kate Beckwith offered instruction in looking and acting like a proper lady.
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36084
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The spotlighted digitalization project involved yearbooks from 1923-1979. This preservation project, which made many editions of the Tecoan and Buccaneer available online and in print, was a collaboration between five UNC system schools and the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. As for ECU’s preservation project of its first decade, noted was the upcoming digitalization of its Training School Quarterly.
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36083
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Expansion of ECTTS’s Power House entailed electricity on campus seven days a week. Lofty in height and reputation, the Power House chimney stood tall on the mall until the late 1970s.