Category Archives: Colloquiums & Seminars

These Boots Were Made for Hiking: Appalachian Trail Seminar

By: Amanda Fisher, Honors College Sophomore (Imagine heavy piano music.) At 5:45 am, my alarm clock went off, and I thought I was going to murder someone. Why is my alarm clock going off at this terrible hour in the … Continue reading

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Between the Lens: Photography and Writing Seminar

By: Kayla Thompson, Honors College Sophomore As a student majoring in Multidisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Neuroscience, everything about an Honors College seminar with a fine arts credit made me uneasy. The lecture took place on the opposite end … Continue reading

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More Than Just Puppy Love: Training, Competing, Serving

 By: Morgan Harvey, EC Scholar and Honors College Junior As a dog lover, trainer, and agility competitor, I have dedicated years to learning everything I can about training dogs in a variety of skill sets.  When I was 15, I … Continue reading

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Faculty Feature: The True Rewards of Teaching

By: Dr. Kindal Shores, Honors College Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Recreation & Leisure Studies It is 9 am on a Thursday in January. I am sitting in Joyner Library at ECU with ten other faculty members. We could be … Continue reading

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Inspiring Confidence and Compassion: Honors 2000

By: Amanda Hall, Honors College Freshman As a freshman in the Honors College at East Carolina University, I am currently enrolled in Honors 2000. This class challenges Honors College freshmen to embrace leadership and leave an organization better than how … Continue reading

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