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East Carolina University Calendar

Mar 30, 2017: Teacher of the Year Erin Kessel: Read Alouds with a Global Twist at Creekside Elementary School

Tar River Reading Council (local affiliate of the International Literacy Association) is hosting a free Power Hour Literacy Workshop this Thursday 4:30-5:30 p.m. at Creekside Elementary (431 Forlines Rd, Winterville, NC 28590).

Erin Kessel, Pitt County Schools Teacher of the Year and 2-time ECU graduate, will be the guest speaker and the topic is "Read-Alouds with a Global Twist." This will be a great opportunity to connect with area educators and ECU students and learn about literacy. Bring a friend!

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Apr 6, 2017: Spring, 2017 MLS Degree Program Information Open Forum at Online

Have you ever considered completing a degree in Library Science?
Interested individuals are invited to attend a Virtual Open Forum about the East Carolina University MLS degree program. You do not have to attend on campus or other location.

When: Thursday, April 6, 8:00-9:30 p.m. OR Saturday, April 22, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

How To Attend Online: Email us to confirm your attendance with your choice of day and time. Instructions for accessing and using our Virtual Conference Chat Program will be sent to you.

Information provided: The professors of the Library Science Degree Program will discuss:
1. Admission requirements into the MLS Degree Program
2. Careers in library and information technology with an MLS degree
3. The curriculum of the Library Science Degree Program and requirements for graduating with the degree
4. Available scholarships
5. Issues and trends in library and information technology services

To confirm your attendance and to receive instructions on attending
virtually, contact:
Dr. John B. Harer, Library Science Degree Admissions Committee chair
Phone: (252) 328-4389
Email: harerj@ecu.edu

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Apr 7, 2017: Education Career Fair at UNC Charlotte at Student Activity Center - UNC Charlotte

No RSVP or registration for candidates; just show up the day of the event. Note that the first hour of the event (10-11am) is exclusively open to UNC Charlotte students/alumni. View the Checklist for Preparing for the Education Career Fair.Professional Attire is strongly recommended for the event. Candidates who park on campus will need to pay for visitor parking.Read about employer expectations of candidates and how to suceed at the event.The University Career Center is committed to ensuring accessibility to career fairs and events. Event attendees who wish to request special accommodations should contact the event coordinator (Brooke Brown, 704-687-0789, Brooke.Brown@uncc.edu) and UNC Charlotte's Office of Disability Services (704-687-0040 (tty/v) or accessibility@uncc.edu) at least 10 days before the event.

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Apr 8, 2017: EdCampECU at Rivers Building

The ECU College of Education is excited to announce that our second EdCampECU will be held Saturday, April 8, 2017.

Edcamp is an “unconference” designed to provide free participant-driven professional development for P-12 educators with a focus on educational technology. EdCamp participants have the opportunity to share practical examples in instructional use of modern tools and collaborate to find solutions to the problems technology can introduce into the classroom environment. Participants will be eligible for CEU’s for participating in EdCamp ECU.

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Apr 11, 2017: Middle School AVID Day at Mendenhall Student Center

This event is designed to provide information, resources and college access support to Middle School students. Students will participate in a variety of workshops on stopics such as college admissions, scholarships, career exploration, and financial aid. A campus tour will be provided and lunch is optional.

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Apr 18, 2017: ELEM, MIDG, SPED Upper Division Applications Due at Rivers Building

Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education and Special Education Upper Division applications are due April 18th by 4 p.m. in the Academic Success Center in 138 Rivers.

The Applications can be picked up from the Academic Success Center or found on the Advising Center's website.

Students should contact their Academic Advisor with questions regarding their readiness to participate in the Upper Division process.

In order to participate in the Upper Division interviews on April 20th, you must have your application submitted by April 18th.

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Apr 20, 2017: ELEM, MIDG, SPED Upper Division Interviews at Rivers Building

The next set of Upper Division interviews for ELEM, MIDG, and SPED students will be held on April 20th.

Students have until April 18th at 4 p.m. to turn in their Upper Division application to the Academic Success Center in 138 Rivers.

Applications can be picked up from the Academic Success Center or found on the Advising Center's website.

Students should contact their Academic Advisor with questions regarding their readiness to participate in the Upper Division process.

The day of the interviews, students should report to the Academic Success Center. They will then be escorted to their interview location.

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Apr 22, 2017: Spring, 2017 MLS Degree Program Information Open Forum at Online

Have you ever considered completing a degree in Library Science?
Interested individuals are invited to attend a Virtual Open Forum about the East Carolina University MLS degree program. You do not have to attend on campus or other location.

When: Thursday, April 6, 8:00-9:30 p.m. OR Saturday, April 22, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

How To Attend Online: Email us to confirm your attendance with your choice of day and time. Instructions for accessing and using our Virtual Conference Chat Program will be sent to you.

Information provided: The professors of the Library Science Degree Program will discuss:
1. Admission requirements into the MLS Degree Program
2. Careers in library and information technology with an MLS degree
3. The curriculum of the Library Science Degree Program and requirements for graduating with the degree
4. Available scholarships
5. Issues and trends in library and information technology services

To confirm your attendance and to receive instructions on attending
virtually, contact:
Dr. John B. Harer, Library Science Degree Admissions Committee chair
Phone: (252) 328-4389
Email: harerj@ecu.edu

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Apr 27, 2017: High School AVID Day at Mendenhall Student Center

This event is designed to provide information, resources and college access support to High School students. Students will participate in a variety of workshops on topics such as college admissions, scholarships, career exploration, and financial aid. A campus tour will be provided, and lunch is optional.

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Aug 28, 2017: Lab School First Day at South Greenville Elementary School

Students report to ECU's Laboratory School at South Greenville Elementary School

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