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Daniel Masters, a visiting professor at ECU, explains the objectives and topics of his International Terrorism class. After the 9/11 attacks, this class became an excellent way to educate students on where terrorism comes from and why it happens.
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25373
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Dan Pasquariello has found a job he loves and that he is good at as director of Pebble Beach Resorts in California. He tells how he came to be involved in golf and the irony of his career choice.
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Kathryn Simpson has transformed a lot through her first year at ECU. She has made many changes including tattoos, a breakup, and a roommate change. After her first year, she is ready for a second.
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25372
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Ruth Shaw is the first female president of Duke Power. She began her career as a teaching administrator, but her strong personality and ability to communicate got her into the corporate world.
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Under a federal Learn and Serve program in Tillery, NC, ECU medical students do more than just volunteer. The students become involved in the community and learn just as much as they teach.
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Rick Atkinson has won a third Pulitzer for his book An Army at Dawn. He has an extensive background in media and mostly does war coverage in one way or another.
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Forrest Croce has created a photo expose of the East Carolina Native American Organization’s tenth annual campus powwow.