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7 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 10 Issue 4, Summer 2012
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Founded in 2003, East Carolina’s The Women’s Roundtable serves as a beacon of philanthropy and service for women. Growing each year, The Women’s Roundtable funds tuition awards through the Access Scholars program and currently hosts a radio program on the historical importance of women at ECU and beyond.
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25561
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The Special Collections division at Joyner Library on East Carolina’s campus is full of many great historically valuable items. From WWII propaganda posters to a Lost Colony signet ring, these artifacts are presentative of centuries of American history and culture.
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25562
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Through a multiyear fundraising effort, the Second Century Campaign is providing East Carolina students with the ability to get through college debt-free. Gathering nearly $220 million direct from more than 30,000 alumni, the Second Century Campaign provided for 320 new scholarships.
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25567
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One of East Carolina’s original faculty members, Mamie Jenkins taught English for 37 years, but long after retirement she continued to volunteer on campus. Jenkins was one of the first women to graduate from Duke University, and followed this with a masters from Columbia. She served as advisor for the student newspaper and yearbook
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25564
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Robert D. Teer, Jr., class of 1967, has been a guiding figure in the Research Triangle Park, recruiting Glaxo, Biogen, and IBM to the area, and raising funds for the USO Travel Center at the Fayetteville Regional Airport
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25565
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Assistant professor of sociology at East Carolina, Dr. Susan C. Pearce is changing the image of immigrants in the United States and expanding the understanding of immigrant womens’ lives in the classroom.
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25566
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A division of Student Affairs, Club Sports supports 42 sports teams, allowing students who might otherwise not be encouraged in athletics to embrace the opportunity to compete at a high level.