ECU professor, student connect across country

At right, Dr. Robert R. Kulesher, associate professor of health services and information management in the College of Allied Health Sciences, visited with ECU health services management student Indya T. Wilson in Monterey, Calif., on March 9 during spring break. Wilson, a pharmacy technician with the U.S. Army stationed at the Presidio of Monterey, is scheduled to graduate in May. Originally from Greensboro, Wilson is a distance education student who has never actually been to the ECU campus. She is doing her health services management internship at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula and is profiling Carmel Hills Care Center for Kulesher’s course in long-term care. Kulesher and his wife were in California to visit their son. He was the first professor Wilson has met in person. (Contributed photo)


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