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9 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 12 Issue 2, Win 2014
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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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22304
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ECU Women's Basketball Coach Heather Macy and ECU Men's Basketball Coach Jeff Lebo discuss the University's new $17-million practice gym. The 49,000-square-foor, multi-level facility has identical facilities for the men's and women's teams. The Smith-Williams Center is named in honor of its major donors, Harry and Tammy Smith and Walter and Marie Williams.
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25614
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East Carolina’s College of Education Partnership East Program allows students to complete the first two years of their education degree at participating community colleges. In providing students access to high quality education close to home, the program aims to keep those students in their communities after graduation.
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25615
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ECU professor Stephanie Richards breeds mosquitos on the third floor of the Carol Belk Building in order to understand how the insect passes disease to humans.
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25621
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Internationally renowned snake expert Dr. Sean Bush joins the faculty of East Carolina’s Brody School of Medicine as a professor of emergency medicine. Bush’s long time interest in reptiles and venomous creatures, along with his numerous publications and national recognition will be an asset to East Carolina’s interdisciplinary medical services.
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25620
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East Carolina’s Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) allows students to enter ECU with an associate degree and leave with a bachelor’s in one of eight concentrations from architectural and mechanical technology to manufacturing and health information. The program engages with community colleges to provide opportunities in growing industries.
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25624
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Student athlete swimmers for the East Carolina are doing well in and out of the pool. For both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams, all students have at least a 3.0 GPA or higher. And several students, such as Attila Kraly and Rokas Cepulis, are holding records for individual medley, backstroke, and breast stroke.
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25618
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A new East Carolina telemedicine program will link hospital emergency departments across North Carolina to mental health professionals who can provide treatment in mental health or substance abuse cases.
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36113
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1932 was marked by financial hardship for the United States, with East Carolina Teachers College feeling the financial pain just as keenly. The administration’s response: an unanimously voted pay cut, which kept campus open during the summer. This decision reflected an ongoing commitment to its students.