Lacey L. Gray Archives

Clinton Van Zandt, retired FBI profiler and hostage negotiator.
Feb 22, 2019
  • Lacey L. Gray

UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR

Clinton Van Zandt, retired FBI criminal profiler and hostage negotiator, was welcomed to East Carolina University and the Greenville community on Feb. 21 as the third presenter in the 2018-2019...

Dr. Alex K. Manda directs a research group at a Hyde County field site for his RAPID grant. Manda’s team is researching how Hurricane Florence and previous storms may be impacting eastern North Carolina farmers and their crops.
Jan 30, 2019
  • Lacey L. Gray

CONTINUING RESPONSE TO HURRICANE FLORENCE

Even before Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina in September 2018, East Carolina University was preparing to respond. Four ECU research groups, led by faculty in the Thomas Harriot College of...

Tay Peed will receive her undergraduate degree in English with a minor in creative writing and a certificate in business and technical communication.
Dec 12, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

THE NEXT SHONDA RHIMES

From the young age of 10, when she learned how to type, Nataja “Tay” Peed has loved writing fiction. Peed said her mom shared one of her first short stories...

Anita Hill, law professor and women’s and civil rights advocate, spoke to a nearly full house in ECU’s Wright Auditorium on Nov. 15. (Photo by Cliff Hollis)
Nov 16, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

MOMENT OF A SOCIAL MOVEMENT

Anita Hill, law professor at Brandeis University and a women’s and civil rights advocate, was welcomed with a standing ovation at East Carolina University’s Wright Auditorium on the evening of...

Angus Konstam, author, historian and pirate expert, spoke to an audience in ECU’s Wright Auditorium on Oct. 25 for the kick-off event in the 2018-19 Voyages of Discovery Series. (Photos by Cliff Hollis)
Oct 29, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

FACT OR FICTION

On Oct. 25, Angus Konstam, historian and pirate expert, led an audience of Greenville community members and East Carolina Univerity faculty, staff and students through a brief history of the...

Dr. Stephen Moysey works with villagers in Salri, Madhya Pradesh, India, to understand how agricultural practices impact water sustainability in their watershed. (Contributed photos)
Oct 01, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

TACKLING WATER WOES

East Carolina University’s commitment to addressing the challenges faced by rural communities in receiving fresh water is one issue the director of the Water Resources Center plans to address. Dr....

The Prague skyline as seen by the Hradčany Square outside of the Prague Castle.
Aug 29, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

From June 16 through July 28, Dr. Magda Giurcanu, teaching assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, led seven ECU students to Prague, Czech Republic, as part of her...

Six ECU students from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and the Honors College visited the Madrid Royal Palace during their study abroad trip to Northern Spain. Seen here (left to right) are Dr. Katie Ford, Ethan Quinn, Dr. Todd Fraley and his son Keller (holding the ECU flag), Omar Sharaf, Austin Allen, Madigan Raper, Adelaide Robbins and Njisha Johnson.
Aug 29, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

PERSONAL REFLECTIONS

From June 9-22, six students traveled to Northern Spain with Dr. Katie Ford, professor of Spanish in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and Honors College faculty fellow, and...

Wall of China during their summer research trip to China.
Aug 29, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

PERFECTING LABORATORY SKILLS

For six weeks, five ECU students traveled to China under the direction of Drs. Baohong Zhang and Xiaoping Pan, associate professors in the Department of Biology. The students visited the...

Robert Ballard with students
Aug 21, 2018
  • Lacey L. Gray

VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY

East Carolina University’s Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences is poised to launch the 12th season of its signature Voyages of Discovery Series. This year’s lineup spans an exceptionally...