Category Archives: Advice/Tips

Applying for Research Funding

By: Ryan Baucom, EC Scholar and Honors College Senior As an Honors College student, you are required to complete a senior honors project before graduation.   I have been working in the organic chemistry lab of Dr. Allen for the past … Continue reading

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Pursuing Research at the Brody School of Medicine

By: Nadiya Yerich, EC Scholar and Honors College Freshman I am a freshman at ECU, and I am a paid undergraduate researcher in the Department of Cell Anatomy and Biology at The Brody School of Medicine. I first learned about this position … Continue reading

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ECU Engineering Experiments with SolidWorks

By: Ashley Wilford, EC Scholar and Honors College Freshman As I begin working towards my engineering degree at ECU, one of the classes for my major is Engineering Graphics.  The course focuses on drawing design and modeling software and is required … Continue reading

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Redefining Service

By: Cameron Worthington, EC Scholar and Honors College Freshman Volunteerism is defined as the use or involvement in volunteer labor. I dislike how the term has been defined. Is volunteering really labor? I don’t think so. Volunteering is giving back … Continue reading

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Senior Reflections: Getting the Most Out of College

By: Kelly McLees, Honors College Senior The following is Kelly’s reflection on her college and Honors College experience.  Kelly will graduate from ECU in December 2014.  Of course, my life was jam packed with your typical college experiences like Greek … Continue reading

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