East Carolina University has been recognized with the HEED award for the third consecutive year for its efforts in diversity and inclusion.
From zero to 142 majors in one year is rapid growth for a new degree program at East Carolina University. The university studies program has experienced that surge because its flexible curriculum appeals to a definite niche of students, officials said.
Brody professor Marty Roop has recently landed a grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue studying Brucella, an organism that can knock grown men to their knees and keep them there for weeks.
In the midst of receiving white coats and reciting pledges, another important message was delivered to medical students arriving at East Carolina University this fall: Diversity is valued at the Brody School of Medicine.
Three professors elected to head Faculty Senate
By Grace Haskin
ECU News Services
Three East Carolina University...