An East Carolina University faculty member who has received a 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship will study how students from rural areas across the United States make decisions about college. Dr....
A group of East Carolina University researchers studying the effects of school leadership has secured a five-year, $9.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The study is led...
Tom Daniel has been working in construction for decades, but his latest project is by far the closest to his heart. Daniel, a ’92 and ’11 alumnus, is a senior...
A new report using data from the Life, Liberty, and Happiness survey conducted by ECU's Center for Survey Research confirms that many Americans support legalized gambling on professional sports.
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A new procedure performed by ECU surgeons at Vidant Medical Center offers patients at risk of having a stroke the opportunity to significantly reduce their future stroke risk.
The Office of National Security and Industry Initiatives will support the mission of the Division of Research, Economic Development and Engagement to actively grow the university's research enterprise.
ECU freshman Michael Hinson and a group friends started their own relief drive after Hurricane Florence, collecting nearly 40,000 pounds of goods for those affected.
Beginning in May, East Carolina University's School of Social Work will offer a part-time hybrid program for people interested in earning a master of social work degree.
ECU Dowdy Student Stores and its vendor, Perfect Promotions & More of Apex, presented a check Tuesday, Sept. 25 for $1,750 to ECU Student Veteran Services.
A Sept. 28 celebration in the Smith-Williams Center brought together new and returning members of East Carolina University's College of Health and Human Performance Cornerstone Society.
To commemorate the 300th anniversary of Blackbeard's notorious adventures along the North Carolina coast, East Carolina University's Joyner Library is showcasing a traveling exhibit with artifacts from Blackbeard's flagship Oct. 8 through Nov. 29.