East Carolina University underwater archaeologists and graduate students from the Department of History’s Program in Maritime Studies recently returned from a research expedition to the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica....
When Major Karen Riggsbee ’88 was promoted to deputy chief of the Raleigh Police Department this summer, she became one of the top three leaders in an agency that employs...
In the 1980s and early ’90s, a commercial jingle described cotton as the “fabric of our lives.” Nearly three decades later, cotton truly has been an important fiber for East...
More than 2,200 Pirates entered Minges Coliseum on Friday morning as students and left as graduates.
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An extraordinary $5 million gift to East Carolina University from an anonymous organization will support leadership initiatives across the university.
More than 2,200 students will receive their degrees during Friday's commencement ceremony. Learn more about some of fall 2018's leaders and dreamers.
Mary Tucker-McLaughlin from the School of Communication and Nancy Winterbauer from the Department of Public Health are leading a project that uses geofencing and smartphones to deliver health messages.
Nearly three dozen brass performers spread out along the Mall and around Lake Laupus this month for "Ponder: Outdoor Concert," which provided those strolling through with a unique musical experience.
The Office of Undergraduate Research announced that 38 students will receive fall Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity awards.
Thirty-five educators and education advocates have been inducted in the College of Education's Educators Hall of Fame. The 20th annual ceremony was held Oct. 27. The event raised $40,000 for student scholarships.
ECU and the Miller School of Entrepreneurship announced the seven student-led teams that will compete in the final round of the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge.