The national organization representing all U.S. and Canadian dental schools announced last week that a 2019 award for innovation will go to the School of Dental Medicine at East Carolina...
East Carolina University has renewed its commitment to coastal science by creating a new academic unit called Integrated Coastal Programs, which encompasses the Department of Coastal Studies and the Coastal...
East Carolina University seeks to significantly increase its general scholarship offerings for first-year students with the new Chancellor’s Scholars program. While ECU has long championed support for high achievers and...
An ECU researcher has shown that alcohol has a greater effect on women's hearts. Now Dr. Abdel-Rahman is looking at role of the circadian rhythm in alcohol's impact on cardiac function.
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Officials from ECU and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke signed a memorandum of understanding that will improve research and educational opportunities at both schools in the field of public health.
ECU College of Business alumnus and CAPTRUST co-founder J. Fielding Miller '84 will deliver the commencement address Friday, Dec. 14, when more than 2,200 students will receive their degrees.
A team of ECU archaeologists and students are identifying artifacts near two suspected Danish slave ship wreckages.
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.