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36096
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Picking up where earlier researchers had left off with MODERN GREECE were eleven ECU’s maritime studies students. An early casualty of the Union, this blockade runner was found in the early 1960s. This team resumed the work of examining, cataloging, and describing the 11,500 artifacts from the ship sunk off the coast of Fort Fisher. Among those items were tableware, seen in an accompanying photo.
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25438
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East Carolina University's MBA is unique not only in the experience gained, but it is almost completely online. Because of this, the enrollment in the MBA programs has skyrocketed in the past few years.
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25439
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Three East Carolina University alumni now work for BB&T, this may be why they hire many students who graduate from ECU with an MBA.
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25427
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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.
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25422
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After 150 students showed up at ECU President Leo Jenkins’ front door, new changes were made to better incorporate the African American student body and make their life at ECU more comfortable.
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25430
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There are many ways to donate money to East Carolina University and several societies that recognize those gifts. Most people give because they want to share the blessings they've been given.
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25425
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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.
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25431
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The Brody family has given many financial gifts to East Carolina University in the past. The biggest one was the one that built the Brody School of Medicine. David Brody talks about how he and his siblings got to where they are, and why they decided to give to ECU.
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25406
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The nursing program began as a very small program. In the last several decades, it has grown to have more than 1,000 students enrolled in the program. In addition, a day in the life of a nursing student is included for a unique perspective of what nursing students do.
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25393
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ECU is investing an additional one million dollars in its campus safety resources. While they know they cannot protect against everything, administrators and campus police are doing everything they can.
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36049
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Talent was present; absent was funding. In a campus meeting, Senator Burr heralded Johnson and Johnson’s offer to help ECU fulfill medical missions like curing diabetes. A research university springing from a teacher’s training school, then, may seem off the beaten path. Realizing this intent—improving the quality of life—made it obvious ECU has stayed on course.
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25385
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Karen Singer, a science teacher at Central Farmville High School, explains what drew her to teaching. There are many reasons recent graduates don’t choose to teach at rural schools, but for Karen, those reasons were an attraction.
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25387
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Hubert Walters reflects on what his time at ECU was like. Being one of the first African American students at the school, he encountered much less hostility than would be expected.
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36030
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A common conception is that college students enter the “real world” post-graduation. What the student employees at WZBM proved was that they’re already in the real world. The skills they’re learning behind the microphone were helping to smooth the transition from on campus employment to off.
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36031
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Buccaneer was the yearbook, back in print after a fifteen-year hiatus. Buccaneer was also the second incarnation of East Carolina University’s yearbook. The first version, published when ECU was East Carolina Teacher’s College, was the Tecoan, short for Teacher’s College Annual.