Executive Director ECU Lab School College of Education Vacancy 002586 NC General Statue Chapter 116, Article 29 A (116-239.5), provided for the establishment of eight university laboratory schools with the mission “improving student performance in local school administrative units with low performing schools by providing an enhanced education program for students residing in those units and providing exposure and training for teachers and principals to successfully address challenges existing in high need school settings. The laboratory school shall provide an opportunity for research, demonstration, student Continue reading →
GREENVILLE, N.C. (1/10/2017) – East Carolina University’s online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs have been recognized among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report. ECU’s online graduate programs in business, criminal justice, education and nursing as well as the online bachelor’s degrees are listed in U.S. News 2017 Best Online Programs announced Jan. 10. ECU’s online criminal justice graduate program placed the highest in North Carolina and tied for 15 out of 55 schools ranked. Dr. William Bloss, professor and chair of the Continue reading →
Dec. 29, 2016 By Jackie Drake ECU News Services Educators around the world face many of the same difficulties when pursuing advanced degrees, like completing their research and dissertation while working, but East Carolina University now provides a unique solution. Earlier this year, the ECU College of Education launched a new program – the only one of its kind – where educators can earn their doctorate in educational leadership online in just three years, including the dissertation. Nationally, less than 40 percent of educators complete Continue reading →
Towards More Equitable Practice Tips from the COE Diversity Committee December 2016 Are principals prepared to lead meaningful dialogue about diversity? Principals need to be culturally aware and responsive to better serve increasingly diverse students, staff and communities. For this reason, principal preparation programs (PPPs) need to connect theory about cultural proficiency to practice, especially now that students are expressing many emotions that are reflective of the dialogue portrayed by the media and by the persons closest to them. It is the principal’s responsibility to Continue reading →
COE alumna Kesha T. Lee recently accepted the position of Executive Director of Student Academic Success at North Carolina Central University after serving as Director of Student Disability Services for the past eight years. In her new role, Kesha will lead all retention and student success initiatives for first and second year students within the University College at NCCU.
More than 100 students in East Carolina University’s College of Education have received a record amount of scholarship support for the upcoming academic year. This year, more than $550,000 in merit and need-based scholarships was distributed to 106 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral education students. The awards range from $250 to $20,000 with some open to all education students while others are earmarked for specific education majors or programs. “Attracting the best students and ensuring access to an East Carolina University education rank among our highest Continue reading →
East Carolina University did extremely well in Teacher.org’s ranking of education degree programs, and have achieved top 20 status twice: 15th best Educational Leadership degree program in the U.S. of over 560 qualifying colleges. The Top 20 can be viewed here – http://www.teacher.org/degree/educational-administration/#college-rankings 10th best Elementary Education degree program in the U.S. of over 780 colleges. Here are the Top 20 – http://www.teacher.org/degree/elementary-education/#college-rankings Teacher.org’s mission is to inform, empower, and encourage aspiring, new, and veteran teachers.
College of Education’s Dr. Crystal Chambers in the Department of Educational Leadership was selected as this year’s winners of the 4th Annual ECU Distinguished Graduate Faculty Mentor Award. These two awardees were recognized during Research and Creative Activities Week. Students and faculty colleagues nominated many outstanding individuals. A selection committee of faculty and students reviewed nomination materials and awardees were selected based on evidence of success as mentors, which was demonstrated in the nomination letters, and the nominees’ mentoring statements. Dr. Chambers recognized for her Continue reading →
Dr. Kylie Dotson-Blake, Levy Brown and Shawn Moore, were recently named as members of the Class of 2016 ECU 40 Under 40. Dotson-Blake is an Associate Professor in the College of Education and Counselor Education Program Coordinator. She received her BS in Health and Human Performance from East Carolina University in 2000 and her Masters of Arts in Education in 2002. Brown is the Dean of Arts & Sciences at Lenoir Community College. He received his undergraduate degree from East Carolina University in 2002. He Continue reading →
East Carolina University’s faculty and staff were presented with awards recognizing their service, leadership, ambition and spirit during the seventh annual Founders Day and University Awards Celebration on April 27 in Hendrix Theatre. Provost Ron Mitchelson welcomed the audience to the event and commended the award nominees and recipients for their service to the university. “We offer promises of student success, public service and regional transformation,” Mitchelson said. “The recipients of awards today are helping to ensure that we are making very good on those Continue reading →