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Dr. Paul J. Schernarts, aka PJ, is not only a Brody School of Medicine associate professor and ECU trauma surgeon, but also a lieutenant colonel in the US Army Reserves. Just returning from a sixth deployment, Schenarts continues to be one of the most popular instructors at Brody, an outstanding surgeon and a Bronze Star recipient.
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Carl Davis, East Carolina class of 1973, has labored nearly a decade to bring state-of-the-art quality to North Carolina public television. As the assistant general manager and director of engineering for UNC-TV, Davis has been the driver behind bringing specialized public television programming to over 13 million people statewide.
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In what is considered by some to be an embarrassing era in East Carolina Teachers College’s history, Amanda Etheridge challenged authority and prevented further misuse of student funds by voicing concerns to the Governor. Despite her aid to the students through Student Government and student journalism, Etheridge was let go from ECTC and her future remained a mystery for nearly 40 years.
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Long before joining the faculty at East Carolina, Carroll V. Dashiell, Jr. learned from the music industry’s greatest and performed with the Boston Pops, National Symphony, and Washington Philharmonic Orchestra. As a music educator at East Carolina, Dashiell gets to share his passion for music, specifically jazz, and bringing that genre to the masses.
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Adding to the already diverse campus at East Carolina, the men’s and women’s tennis teams bring even more international flair to athletics and academics.
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If silver coins were true in weight and value, could be determined by the reale. This scale- like instrument was recovered in the fall of 2011 from an Outer Banks wreck believed to be Blackbeard’s flagship. This artifact, among the 211 recovered, was perhaps beyond measure in other ways. Other items perhaps beyond price included glass panes from the captain’s cabin.
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Before Sandra Bullock answered the siren call of the silver screen, she became known for her acting endeavors on a smaller stage, cast in ECU’s productions such as Stage Door. This work led to her dramatic experience on a larger stage: New York’s. This helped to open another door decades later, her reputation as a famous ECU alum.