Graduate School Archives

May 02, 2019
  • Crystal Baity

Graduate profile: Michael Denning Jr.

Michael Denning Jr. halfway jokes that he has two goals when he moves north this summer: lose his Southern accent and drop some pounds. On May 3, Denning – an...

May 02, 2019
  • Jules Norwood

Graduate profile: Trina Locklear

Trina Locklear has had a full plate while working toward a master’s degree in software engineering at East Carolina University. Locklear, a Robeson County native and a member of the...

In 2018, Pol Solanellas Manzanares, an MBA student from Barcelona, Spain, was involved in a biking accident that left him in a coma for two weeks and put him on a long road to recovery. On May 3, 2019, Solanellas will receive his MBA during the College of Business commencement ceremonies.
May 02, 2019
  • Michael Rudd

Graduate profile: Pol Solanellas Manzanares

Barcelona native Pol Solanellas Manzanares was living the dream that he saw so many times on TV or movies back home in Spain as a student-athlete at East Carolina University...

Undergraduate researcher Radha Patel shares her work with a judge at East Carolina University’s 13th annual Research and Creative Achievement Week. A record number of undergraduate students presented at this year’s event. (Photo by Matt Smith)
Apr 15, 2019
  • Doug Boyd
  • Matt Smith


East Carolina University researchers shared their work with the community as part of the university’s 13th annual Research and Creative Achievement Week. Nearly 400 oral and poster presentations – including a...

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Mar 11, 2019
  • Bri Deel

Student: Epiphany Knedler

Epiphany Knedler is an East Carolina University Master of Fine Arts student who has found a new passion at ECU — teaching. Knedler is originally from South Dakota and graduated...

Jan 09, 2019
  • ECU News Services

ECU graduate students collect sunshine baskets for Pender County students

Ten East Carolina University graduate students have helped Pender County elementary and middle school students start the new year with much needed school supplies. Lauren Patterson, a special education teacher...

Kinsley Tate has completed ECU’s new integrated B.S./M.S. biomedical engineering program.
Dec 12, 2018
  • Jules Norwood


Kinsley Tate, one of the first engineering undergraduate students to complete East Carolina University’s integrated bachelor of science/master of science program in biomedical engineering, will join more than 2,200 students...

An aerial view of ECU underwater archaeologists and graduate students mapping the site along a baseline divided into a 10-meter square grid unit. (Photos courtesy of ECU and Centro de Buceo Embajadores y Embajadoras del Mar.)
Dec 04, 2018
  • ECU News Services


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....

Nov 19, 2018
  • Spaine Stephens

Student: David Sager

When doctoral student David Sager was commissioned into the Air Force this summer, the gravity of his duty and dedication to military service members, veterans and a life of service...

De’Mone’ Jordan
Oct 31, 2018
  • Bri Deel

Student: De’Mone’ Jordan

De'Mone’ Jordan has spent the last year creating and starting a program for elementary school girls that attend Building Hope Community Life Center. Jordan graduated with her bachelor’s degree in social work...