Lacey L. Gray Archives

Dec 16, 2013
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The word podcast was barely in use when Gerald Prokopowicz began recording "Civil War Talk Radio." But the professor and chair of the Department of History at East Carolina University...

Nov 08, 2013
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ECU producing nation’s highest number of professional archaeologists

East Carolina University's graduate programs are producing more professional archeologists than any other program in the nation, according to a recent listing in the Society for American Archeology. A recent...

Sep 27, 2013
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ECU Voyages of Discovery lecture features Dr. Jane Goodall

Renowned British primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall will address students, faculty, staff and guests of East Carolina University at a sold-out event Tuesday in Wright Auditorium.  The founder of the Jane...

Oct 03, 2012
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All human beings evolved from Africa, distinguished paleoanthropologist Dr. Louise Leakey told a capacity crowd in Wright Auditorium at East Carolina University Oct. 2. We evolved into early people (hominids)...

Sep 29, 2009
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ECU researchers discover complex pattern of mimicry evolution in local millipedes

GREENVILLE, N.C. —   An intriguing and compelling example of evolution by natural selection has been demonstrated in a study involving Southern Appalachian Mountain millipedes, conducted by East Carolina University biologists...

Jun 10, 2009
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ECU Maritime Studies examines Confederate Navy yard

GREENVILLE, N.C. —   Though the Civil War has long past, history of this epic era continues to surface.  This summer, East Carolina University professors and students in the Thomas...

Dec 05, 2008
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Spider naming to support student scholarships

East Carolina University biologist Jason Bond received international attention this summer for naming two of his newly discovered trapdoor spiders after musician Neil Young and talk show host Stephen Colbert....