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22131
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Four new members joined the East Carolina University Board of Trustees at their July meeting. The new members are Bob Plybon and Terry Yeargan, who were appointed by the UNC Board of Governors, and Vern Davenport and Max Ray Joyner, Jr., who were appointed by Governor Pat McCrory. The remainder of the article contained board discussions.
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22130
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Hutson introduces readers to the new women's volleyball coach at East Carolina University, Julie Torbett. The daughter of a high school volleyball coach, Torbett played volleyball four years at Pennsylvania State University.
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25568
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At East Carolina, Patch Clark oversees the BA of Fine Arts program in Theatre Education and Theatre for Youth. She works to educate future teachers in the development of creative and critical thinking skills, while providing outreach to the local community, region, and worldwide.
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25858
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Robert Ebendorf, a distinguished professor of art at East Carolina University, has been given North Carolina’s highest honor, the North Carolina Award, in recognition of his world-renowned art and jewelry pieces made from gold, silver, bronze, and other unusual materials.
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Edge (NoCar LD 1741 E44 E33), Vol. Issue , Fall 2011, p25 Periodical Website
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36104
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The gallery in Joyner Library honored Faulkner’s contributions in academia at her alma mater, as well as politics at the local and state levels. Purposes perhaps more down to earth reflected Faulkner’s belief that students need what she called a “nest,” a place that helped campus to feel more like home.
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22303
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ECU Dental School will soon open its seventh Community Service Learning Center in Lumberton in Robeson County. The center will bring dental care \"to limited-income, underserved residents.\" Fourth-year dental students and dental residents will hone their skills under the watch of experienced faculty members. The Dental School opened in 2008, and the center is the seventh of ten it will build across the state.
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