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Sep 22, 2017: I-CORPS @ ECU at ECU Campus

I-Corps @ ECU is an NSF-funded grant program designed to encourage and embrace the ideation, innovation and commercialization process among ECU faculty, staff, students and friends of the university. Register today for information sessions to learn how you can take advantage of opportunities offered in proven approaches to innovation and commercialization.

Information Sessions:

September 15, 2017
1-2 pm
2W-38 Brody

September 22, 2017
1-2 pm
Bate 1200

September 27, 2017
6-7 pm
Willis Building

For more information: www.ecu.edu/ott/icorps.cfm

To Register: ecu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_blsJ3oy4vDwVFo9

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Sep 27, 2017: I-CORPS @ ECU at ECU Campus

I-Corps @ ECU is an NSF-funded grant program designed to encourage and embrace the ideation, innovation and commercialization process among ECU faculty, staff, students and friends of the university. Register today for information sessions to learn how you can take advantage of opportunities offered in proven approaches to innovation and commercialization.

Information Sessions:

September 15, 2017
1-2 pm
2W-38 Brody

September 22, 2017
1-2 pm
Bate 1200

September 27, 2017
6-7 pm
Willis Building

For more information: www.ecu.edu/ott/icorps.cfm

To Register: ecu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_blsJ3oy4vDwVFo9

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Sep 28, 2017: Mursion Orientation/Facilitator Training at Speight Building

Mursion provides an immersive experience in a safe space preparing ECU students for the real world by providing an opportunity for repeat practice and immediate feedback. This session will let you experience Mursion and show you what you need to know to incorporate it with your students.

Available for educator preparation, sales and leadership, counseling and psychiatry, human resources, hospitality, medical office and doctor and nurse preparationEducator preparation programs that have used Mursion include Special Education, Elementary and Middle Grades Education, Art, and Masters in School Administration.Current objectives of the Mursion@ECU team:

Align educator development & faculty/program research goals and expand opportunitiesIncrease overall lab usageCollaborate with faculty to expand Mursion researchRecent enhancements:

Dedicated state of the art labPurchase of a site license making it easier and more convenient for faculty to useAt this session you will:

Meet all of the avatars available to use in Mursion includingthe classroom, George and Stacy (office setting),George, Cathy and Meredith (customer service setting)Cathy (Virtual medical examination room)Preview of the new Middle School and Upper Elementary ClassroomsPreview of new adults - Linda, Max, and BennettObserve a live Mursion sessionLearn how to interact with the avatars when conducting a session with your classLearn how to schedule Mursion sessionsLearn about available scenarios and how to create new scenariosHave the opportunity to be enrolled in the Mursion Repository to find out more about scenarios and past sessionsAsk questions about Mursion and how to incorporate it into your curriculumRegister today in Cornerstone.

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Sep 28, 2017: Mursion Orientation/Facilitator Training at Speight Building

Mursion provides an immersive experience in a safe space preparing ECU students for the real world by providing an opportunity for repeat practice and immediate feedback. This session will let you experience Mursion and show you what you need to know to incorporate it with your students.

Available for educator preparation, sales and leadership, counseling and psychiatry, human resources, hospitality, medical office and doctor and nurse preparationEducator preparation programs that have used Mursion include Special Education, Elementary and Middle Grades Education, Art, and Masters in School Administration.Current objectives of the Mursion@ECU team:

Align educator development & faculty/program research goals and expand opportunitiesIncrease overall lab usageCollaborate with faculty to expand Mursion researchRecent enhancements:

Dedicated state of the art labPurchase of a site license making it easier and more convenient for faculty to useAt this session you will:

Meet all of the avatars available to use in Mursion includingthe classroom, George and Stacy (office setting),George, Cathy and Meredith (customer service setting)Cathy (Virtual medical examination room)Preview of the new Middle School and Upper Elementary ClassroomsPreview of new adults - Linda, Max, and BennettObserve a live Mursion sessionLearn how to interact with the avatars when conducting a session with your classLearn how to schedule Mursion sessionsLearn about available scenarios and how to create new scenariosHave the opportunity to be enrolled in the Mursion Repository to find out more about scenarios and past sessionsAsk questions about Mursion and how to incorporate it into your curriculumRegister today in Cornerstone.

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Oct 2, 2017: Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge at ECU Main Campus

Announcing the First Anual Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge.

Competition is open to all ECU students (from any major) seeking to start or expand a business.

ECU alumni are also eligible to compete on student teams.

Grand Prize - $12,500

2nd Place - $5,000

3rd Place - $2,500

Registration Deadline October 2nd.

Competition Begins October 17th.

Round 1 - Oct. 17th - 12:00 - 2:00 pm
On the mall between Bate and Joyner Library
Open air showcase, Poster Session
12 Teams SelectedRound 2 - Nov. 15th - 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Mendenhall Great Rooms
Mentor Pairing , 5-minute Pitch, 3-minute Q&A
6 Teams AdvanceRound 3 (Final) Feb 22nd - 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Harvey Hall
5-minute Pitch, 5-minute Q&A
Top 3 Winning Teams AnnouncedContact David Mayo at mayod@ecu.edu or call the Miller School at 252-737-6763.

Register at https://tinyurl.com/PirateChallenge

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Oct 2, 2017: Teach a New Unit with Differentiated Instruction to the Mursion Class at Speight Building

For this session, you will be teaching the Mursion class and one of the students has some kind of accommodation which you will need to identify and adapt your lesson to accommodate.. Please come lesson prepared to teach the students a lesson on something they know nothing about. You will have access to a whiteboard while teaching. You may bring items to demonstrate with if you would like.

This semester, you have the opportunity to sign up for times to practice
all of the above in the Mursion lab and recieve on the spot feedback by an ECU alumni who was a Maynard and Teaching Fellow Scholar who has 7 years classroom teaching experience.

Space is limited to 6 participants per hour. Time will be extended as
necessary.

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Oct 2, 2017: Pearson & Praxis Test Prep at Speight Building

Learn specific, effective strategies for test taking that can help improve your scores!

Monday, October 2, 2017 · Speight 203 · 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Register at: https://ecu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d1lGNaqK5l1AMSN

Open to all ECU students, faculty & staff, and K12 Educators

Can’t attend in person? Go to https://mediasite.ecu.edu/MS/Play/6683d6cd45c449fb8faaf53137daca6c1d to view LiveStream

For more information, contact: Catrina Davis at 328-5985 or davisca@ecu.edu

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Oct 12, 2017: Senior I Internship Application Meeting at Speight Building

All Education students who are planning to begin their Senior I internship in Spring 2018, are required to attend a mandatory Senior I application meeting.

All students in SPED, ELEM, MIDG, ENED and HIED are required to attend ONE of these meetings.

If you are unsure whether you are eligible to begin your internship in fall, please connect with your advisor.

Date: October 12, 2017
The meetings will be held at the following times:
2:00-4:00pm – Speight 305 & Speight 313

Date: October 13, 2017
The meetings will be held at the following times:
9:00-11:00am – Speight 211
2:00-4:00pm – Speight 211 & Speight 212

You must attend one of the meetings. Please select the meeting time that best fits your schedule.

We look forward to seeing you at one of these meetings and assisting with this important step toward your journey to become a teacher.

*Failure to attend the Senior I application meeting could result in you not receiving an internship placement for fall.

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Oct 13, 2017: Senior I Internship Application Meeting at Speight Building

All Education students who are planning to begin their Senior I internship in Spring 2018, are required to attend a mandatory Senior I application meeting.

All students in SPED, ELEM, MIDG, ENED and HIED are required to attend ONE of these meetings.

If you are unsure whether you are eligible to begin your internship in fall, please connect with your advisor.

Date: October 12, 2017
The meetings will be held at the following times:
2:00-4:00pm – Speight 305 & Speight 313

Date: October 13, 2017
The meetings will be held at the following times:
9:00-11:00am – Speight 211
2:00-4:00pm – Speight 211 & Speight 212

You must attend one of the meetings. Please select the meeting time that best fits your schedule.

We look forward to seeing you at one of these meetings and assisting with this important step toward your journey to become a teacher.

*Failure to attend the Senior I application meeting could result in you not receiving an internship placement for fall.

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Oct 13, 2017: Senior I Internship Application Meeting at Speight Building

All Education students who are planning to begin their Senior I internship in Spring 2018, are required to attend a mandatory Senior I application meeting.

All students in SPED, ELEM, MIDG, ENED and HIED are required to attend ONE of these meetings.

If you are unsure whether you are eligible to begin your internship in fall, please connect with your advisor.

Date: October 12, 2017
The meetings will be held at the following times:
2:00-4:00pm – Speight 305 & Speight 313

Date: October 13, 2017
The meetings will be held at the following times:
9:00-11:00am – Speight 211
2:00-4:00pm – Speight 211 & Speight 212

You must attend one of the meetings. Please select the meeting time that best fits your schedule.

We look forward to seeing you at one of these meetings and assisting with this important step toward your journey to become a teacher.

*Failure to attend the Senior I application meeting could result in you not receiving an internship placement for fall.

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