Category Archives: EC Scholars

Summer Experiences: Geology Studies in Theodore Roosevelt National Park

By: Lillian Howie, incoming freshman, intended geology major As an incoming geology major, I’m always looking for opportunities to get involved in the field and learn new things about the environment. This summer, I had the privilege of accompanying my … Continue reading

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Comradery at the Capital

By: Jackie Curtis, incoming freshman, intended nursing major I haven’t even begun my first semester at ECU, but I’ve already had the privilege of attending several Honors College events throughout the summer. On June 27, I joined a group of incoming … Continue reading

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EC Scholars Visit Washington, DC

My name is Mary Stuart Sanderson and I am a second-year EC Scholar. The opportunities that have been available to me through the Honors College thus far have been nothing short of amazing. However, my one of my favorite “perks” … Continue reading

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What the EC Scholars program has taught me about service

Friday, August 20, 2010, at approximately 1:30 p.m., I, strolled down 10th Street with 10 other students towards the Real Crisis Intervention Center. This short walk may not seem significant to an outsider, but for us, it was the beginning … Continue reading

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