Research Archives

Oct 24, 2023
  • Lacey L. Gray

ECU history professor advises for Netflix series ‘Spy Ops’

East Carolina University’s faculty showcase and share their expertise in unique and intriguing ways both on and off campus. Dr. Todd Bennett, associate professor and director of graduate studies for...

Oct 23, 2023
  • Lacey L. Gray


This summer, two East Carolina University graduate students in the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences and Integrated Coastal Programs participated in a once-in-a-lifetime experience excavating the oldest known...

Dr. Doyle “Skip” Cummings received the 2023 Jim Bernstein Community Health Career Achievement Award Oct. 4 at the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation’s annual awards event in Chapel Hill. (Photos by Rhett Butler)
Oct 12, 2023
  • Spaine Stephens


Dr. Doyle “Skip” Cummings radiates a warmth that humanizes his work in public health and breathes life into his passion for making others’ lives better. His visionary spirit guides other...

One benefit of the record sponsored activities funding is the chance for students to participate in faculty-led research projects for hands-on learning. (Photos by News Services)
Oct 11, 2023
  • Kim Tilghman


Breaking Down the Numbers Of the $85.6M: Brody School of Medicine secured the top amount at $29.7M, followed by the College of Health and Human Performance at $13.6M $18M funded...

Oct 05, 2023
  • Kim Tilghman
  • Ronnie Woodward


East Carolina University faculty members Joseph Lee, Jamie Bloss and Leslie Cofie are building on past successes to serve on a new inter-institutional research team focused on advancing health equity...

A wet bulb globe device used by Dr. Elizabeth Mizelle and her students
Oct 04, 2023
  • Benjamin Abel


Nurses take vital signs at a visit to the doctor. They are the constant at the hospital bedside, caring for our loved ones and answering endless questions. And they are...

Alex Hernandez-Integrated Care services
Oct 03, 2023
  • Ronnie Woodward


Angela Lamson and Jennifer Hodgson began collaborating with Greene County Health Care nearly 20 years ago for an integrated care program to benefit patients in eastern North Carolina and provide...

A large group of researchers work at the Abel Beth Maacah excavation site in Israel during the summer. The team was joined by East Carolina University graduate student Madie Elsner who conducted research for her thesis project at the site
Sep 12, 2023
  • Lacey L. Gray


This summer, East Carolina University graduate student Madison “Madie” Elsner participated in unique, transformative fieldwork at Tel Abel Beth Maacah, Israel, near the border of Lebanon. Through the three-week, hands-on excavation, Elsner...

Erin Roberts, left, uses her fingers to demonstrate eye movement desensitization and reprocessing with colleague Jennifer Matthews.
Sep 06, 2023
  • Ronnie Woodward


Faculty members in East Carolina University’s College of Health and Human Performance are taking a multi-layered approach to trauma-informed education and implementation. This focus stems from a four-year grant of...

Martina Van Etten, a STEM Summer Immersion Program students from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, spent the summer at East Carolina University studying sablefish.
Aug 30, 2023
  • Patricia Earnhardt Tyndall


This summer, Martina Van Etten has learned about sablefish, a deep-water species native to the eastern Pacific Ocean, through an internship at East Carolina University. A junior biology major at...