Jubran, a professor at East Carolina University in Greenville, has submitted pieces to the sculpture trail every year. He said some of his students have also submitted pieces.
America is losing her way with regard to higher education. We seem to have forgotten the real value of higher education – both to our economy and to our society. We have become too focused on metrics, return on investment and job preparation. I am not suggesting these are unimportant. Rather, I would remind us that higher education offers many other – and I contend greater – benefits to our nation and its citizens and communities.
The number of large and potentially dangerous sharks may be increasing in the Pamlico Sound.
A rise in water temperatures and a thriving habitat with plenty to eat may be persuading bull shark mothers to give birth in the sound west of the Outer Banks rather than in Florida, said Charles Bangley, a doctoral candidate at East Carolina University who has been researching sharks along that coast.
“All too often the outcry has been, ‘Look at those bad apples we need to root out,'” said Nolan L. Cabrera, a professor in the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona. “When in fact the conversation we need to have is, ‘Why is this occurring on such a widespread level throughout the country?'”
Published: March 14, 2015 A U-Md. fraternity brother’s e-mail full of racial slurs has something to offend just about everyone By Susan Svrluga, Nick Anderson and Dana Hedgpeth March 13 For the second time this week, university officials are investigating complaints of racist language by fraternity members — this time at the University of Maryland. […]
The Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at Washington and Lee University was suspended Wednesday for three years after a reported incident of hazing.
His life wasn’t always like this. Nearly 20 years and more than 100 pounds ago, this panhandler in the yellow knit cap, Ryan Hoffman, was a hulking offensive lineman for a college football team ranked in the top 10, a starting player renowned for his toughness and durability. Now his old Levis are so big that even a belt on its ninth notch can’t keep them from sagging below his hips.
GREENVILLE, N.C. – The name of former North Carolina Gov. Charles B. Aycock, who advocated for segregated public education while espousing white supremacy, will be removed from a residence hall at East Carolina University, the school’s board of trustees said Friday.
Public-high-school health-education classes would be required to include lessons about preventing sexual assaults and relationship violence under a bill introduced by Sens. Timothy M. Kaine (D-Va.) and Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) Tuesday morning.
Kaine met with student leaders at the University of Virginia in December, following national attention being drawn to the issue of rape and relationship violence on campus.
The UNC system’s governing board will hire the next UNC president in a different political era for North Carolina and a rapidly changing landscape for higher education.
On Friday, the UNC Board of Governors took action to put an early end to the tenure of UNC President Tom Ross, even while praising his leadership, integrity and work ethic. The board chairman, John Fennebresque, said the board determined it was time for a presidential transition, but there was no event or problem that prompted the decision.