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7 results for East: the Magazine of East Carolina University Vol. 5 Issue 4, Summer 2007
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Walter Williams, executive vice president of WilcoHess, has been a major benefactor to ECU for years. Having attended the school while it was still the East Carolina Teachers College, he has a close bond with the school.
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25393
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ECU is investing an additional one million dollars in its campus safety resources. While they know they cannot protect against everything, administrators and campus police are doing everything they can.
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25392
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Chancellor Ballard talks about the history of ECU and his vision for the next 100 years of the University.
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25394
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In the last few years, ECU’s Distance Education program has steadily swelled. The university boasts the world’s only nationally accredited online MBA program in the UNC system.
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25396
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There are a variety of sports camps offered over the summer at ECU. There is a lot of work that goes into them, but those who attend and those who coach both get a lot out of the experience.
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25395
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While many universities in the UNC system now offer online degrees, ECU has far more to offer than the rest with 90 different online degree programs.
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36068
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East Carolina University’s development could be perceived through on-campus involvement options. Campus life in the 1920s and 1930s may be viewed as an illustrious illustration. The three literary-minded societies were Edgar Allan Poe, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Sydney Lanier. As for the Jarvis Society, it was established for the few male students on campus.