Category Archives: EC Scholars

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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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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