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36109
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The Daily Reflector donated 80,000 photos, taken between 1949-1967, to Joyner Library. Among the photos, also digitized, were ones accessible outside of library walls. This was possible through Greenville in the 20th Century, a book written by an ECU history professor and two Joyner librarians.
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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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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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25853
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In April, the first STEM Conference, held at East Carolina University, brought girls from 11 Pitt County middle schools to encourage their pursuit of science and math in high school and college.
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Edge (NoCar LD 1741 E44 E33), Vol. Issue , Fall 2011, p8 Periodical Website
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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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25443
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East Magazine presents a photo expose on East Carolina University's 100th homecoming celebration from the football team to the parade floats.
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25420
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ECU has become liberal in its political stances percentage wise. 36 percent of high-paid employees are registered as Democrats. Even just looking at the bumper stickers on cars, there seem to be more Democrat than Republican supporters.
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25428
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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.
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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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25426
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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.
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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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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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25423
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Dr. Brian Love is a chemistry professor at ECU that has been described as having a memorable way of teaching that can make any boring classroom fun.