Tag Archives: ECU Honors

Senior Next Steps: Pursuing a Master of Science in Analytics

By: Holden Jones, EC Scholar and Honors College Senior Determining what’s next after graduation is a daunting task. Like going to college after high school, choosing your life path is a huge step toward your future. As a student in the College of Business, many begin their careers directly after graduation in order to gain experience within the business world. […]

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A Collaborative Classroom: Honors Seminar Studies Stigma

By: Dr. Daniel Goldberg, Honors College Faculty Fellow In the course of conducting some research, I formed a basic question. The problem is that I I simply had no satisfactory answer to this question. The subject of my research here was stigma – specifically, why do humans seem to stigmatize each other so much? This is more of a puzzle […]

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5 Blog Posts All Prospective Honors Students Should Read

By: Erika Dietrick, Undergraduate Director of Marketing and Communications As you prepare to join us in Pirate Nation, you likely still have questions about the Honors College experience and life at ECU. Below, we have included links to blog entries written by current Honors College students to help you navigate this momentous occasion. Grateful for Gateway: the Honors Student Perspective […]

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One Blog, Countless Opportunities: ECU Honors Research Connections

By: Ashley Wilford, Undergraduate Coordinator of Academics  Did you know there are dozens of ECU faculty seeking Honors College students to assist them as undergraduate researchers? Are you looking for internship, on-campus research, or scholarship opportunities? Finding and securing these opportunities used to be a challenge…that is, until the Honors College launched its new blog ECU Honors Research Connections. Follow the link […]

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The Magnolia Arts Center: Greenville’s Thriving Community Theatre

By: Megan Daniel, Honors College Junior Theatre. It can seem distant, something that only exists in metropolitan areas like New York or Chicago. But theatre is everywhere. Locally, theatres can consist of underfunded high school programs. In a college town like ours, there can be academic theatre. Beyond that, there’s community theatre. Many people may not realize that Greenville has […]

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