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26911
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College towns often have a difficult relationship between the university and the community. In Greenville, however, many people are connected to the university in some way, making it a lively place. Public art, unique restaurants, and more make Greenville unique, according to author Liza Wieland.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 83 Issue 12, May 2016, p58-67, il, por, map Periodical Website
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25357
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Freshmen Kathryn Simpson is learning the ups and downs of starting college life away from home. While the adjustment can be tough, many students do it each year meaning there are high hopes for Simpson to adjust in a timely manner.
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36108
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Another aspect common in college campus life experienced its genesis at ECU in the late 1930s, when twenty students formed the first school band. When it came to uniforms, support was found in the stands and out, with money raised from a rise in tuition.
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25417
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Eddie Jacobs, a music professor at ECU, is credited with founding and directing the New Music @ ECU Festival. Jacobs considers himself a teacher first, and composer second.
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25352
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In an effort to better educate American students on the traditions of Islam, Professor Kenneth Wilburn’s Middle East history class video links to the same class at Sharjah Women’s College in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
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25570
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Last spring, East Carolina lost $102 million in state funding over four years. Although academic departments have had to tighten their belts, programs are identifying degrees that promote growth for the future.
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28484
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Eastern North Carolina is welcoming new businesses with the latest workforce training, improved transportation, and expanded foreign trade zones. The developments in Eastern North Carolina, especially in education in Greenville, NC at Pitt Community College and East Carolina University are detailed.
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25486
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The inaugural class of East Carolina’s School of Dental Medicine is learning about the tools of the trade. The brisk pace and problem-solving seminars, which distinguish ECU’s Dental School from others, are propelling this new class through a rite of passage: taking up the dental drill.
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36115
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A subject almost one hundred and fifty years old found a newer audience through Gerald Prokopowicz podcasts, Civil War Talk Radio. The stereotypical dry, dull history lecture didn’t apply in this case, due to his Siskel and Ebert style discourse.
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25377
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Students from ECU are knocking over stereotypes in their global classroom that connects, by videoconference, directly to Soochow University in China.
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36216
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A town that began as a tobacco and cotton post has grown into a top ten city in North Carolina. Profiled were employers such as Burroughs-Wellcome and East Carolina University; infrastructure challenges such as traffic congestion and urban sprawl; and advantages such as a strong industrial base and medical employment opportunities.
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Greenville Times (NoCar Oversize F264 G72 G77), Vol. Issue , Dec 2014/Jan 2015 , p52-57
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25424
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Women’s sports at ECU are getting a makeover to make them fully-funded and promote equality to men’s sports. In addition, more fans are supporting both the men and women’s teams at various sporting events.
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25415
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Over the past five years, the average teacher salary at ECU has increased by about twenty percent. Even still, ECU teacher salaries are about at the center of the list of average university instructor salaries by university.
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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.