Experts from the Air Force 724th Special Tactics Group toured several East Carolina University Health and Human Performance and Physical Therapy laboratories July 23, as the group was briefed on...
Thanks to a $35,000 grant from Duke Energy, East Carolina University hosted a residential STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) camp that focused specifically on computer technology, computer programming and...
A $1.38 million national grant awarded to an East Carolina University researcher will examine how a serious video game may help young adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD...
Pirate faculty gathered to reflect as ECU embarks on the journey of a new school year.
Read the full story
ECU has named Dr. Reide Corbett as its new dean of integrated coastal programs and director of the Coastal Studies Institute.
ECU offers counseling and advocacy services to all student victims of crime through the Victim Advocacy program.
About 5,400 students are moving in to residence halls before the start of classes on Aug. 20. Approximately 28,700 students have enrolled at ECU for the fall semester.
The ECU Alumni Association is part of a renewed push to get more drivers showing their Pirate pride with ECU-branded license plates. The program returns a portion of license plate fees back to ECU and supports student scholarships.
The Summer Program for Future Doctors gives potential students an eye-opening look at medical school.
Organized by ECU, Durham VA Medical Center, Eastern Area Health Education Center and other partners, the Military Women's Health Symposium aims to bring both civilian and military providers together to share best practices in treating this population.
ECU and the College of Engineering and Technology (CET) announced three new degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BSSE), Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) and Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS).