Congratulations to James Patrick Philips, Computer Science & Classics major, who won best in category for the Undergraduate Humanities Oral Presentations during the Research and Creative Achievement Week (RCAW) at ECU. He took a computer science look at the barriers to creating long-lasting digital humanities projects.
Welcome to the Foreign Languages and Literatures Graduation Recognition Ceremony on Friday, May 4, at 3 p.m. in SciTech C307!
Students should wear their robes if they have them. If they don’t have them, they are still welcome to participate!
Each graduating student being recognized may bring up to 6 guests.
Requests to bring more than 6 guests will be considered on a case-by-case — first requested, first-served. Each graduating student should RSVP with the number of attending guests by April 28 to David Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Irina Swain (email@example.com).
ECU’s Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures is hosting its second annual student awards banquet from 6 – 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 11 April, in Harvey Hall, located in ECU’s Murphy Center. Please join us as we recognize our students’ achievements.
Tickets for family members, friends, faculty, and students not receiving an award are $22/ticket and must be purchased online by April 5.
Students receiving awards need only to respond to Prof. Smith that they are attending prior to 5 p.m. on Thursday, 5 April. (These students will have received an email invitation from him.)
Ancient and Modern World Lecture Series
Thursday, September 21, 7 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Megan Perry, Professor of Biological Anthropology, East Carolina University
Perry has worked on archaeological projects in Jordan for almost 20 years, focusing on the excavation of first-century tombs and domestic structures from the first through fourth centuries. Her interests include understanding ancient health and disease patterns and assessing population mobility.