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ECU notes: Transforming technology | The Daily Reflector

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Nov 092015
 
ECU notes: Transforming technology | The Daily Reflector

In 2013, Clay Braxton graduated from East Carolina University with a bachelor of fine arts in art with a concentration in graphic design. Today he works for IBM, a world leader in technology and the integration of hardware, software, business consulting and information technology services.

Workweek: Local educators attend literacy institute at ECU | The Daily Reflector

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Nov 092015
 
Workweek: Local educators attend literacy institute at ECU | The Daily Reflector

Lori Moore and Tabitha Sizemore, kindergarten teachers at H.B. Sugg Elementary School in Farmville, recently joined literacy colleagues from across eastern North Carolina at East Carolina University’s College of Education Margaret Blount Harvey Literacy Institute.

Workweek: Cunningham installed as president-elect of N.C. Medical Society | The Daily Reflector

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Nov 092015
 
Workweek: Cunningham installed as president-elect of N.C. Medical Society | The Daily Reflector

Dr. Paul Cunningham, a general surgeon and dean and senior associate vice chancellor for medical affairs at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, recently was named president-elect of the North Carolina Medical Society board of directors. He has been an NCMS board member since 2009.

Editorial: Chancellor pay wrong priority | The Daily Reflector

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Nov 092015
 
Editorial: Chancellor pay wrong priority | The Daily Reflector

On the radar of tax and tuition dollars flowing through North Carolina’s 17 public university campuses, the salary increases announced last week for 12 chancellors hardly register as a blip on the screen. Aside from the backroom-nature of the bonuses being offensive to taxpayers, their timing is an across-the-board head-scratcher.

UNC records show deep dependence on fake classes | The News & Observer

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Nov 092015
 
UNC records show deep dependence on fake classes | The News & Observer

Six years ago, the head of the tutoring program for athletes at UNC-Chapel Hill paved the way for a valued employee to have her retirement party at a spacious, climate-controlled luxury box in Kenan Stadium. He persuaded the athletic department to waive a $1,000 rental fee and offered to pay the $575 tab for wait service and cleanup.

University of Missouri protests grow after athletes jump in | Associated Press

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Nov 092015
 
University of Missouri protests grow after athletes jump in | Associated Press

Long-simmering protests at the University of Missouri over matters of race and discrimination got a boost over the weekend when at least 30 black football players announced they will not participate in team activities until the university system’s president is removed.