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Joyner staff member honored for commitment to education

Christopher Dyba, vice chancellor, University Advancement, Alan R. Bailey of Joyner Library, and Linda Patriarca, dean of the College of Education are pictured at the event. (Contributed photo)

Christopher Dyba, vice chancellor, University Advancement, Alan R. Bailey of Joyner Library, and Linda Patriarca, dean of the College of Education are pictured at the event. (Contributed photo)

Alan R. Bailey, head of the Teaching Resources Center, was one of the 26 educators inducted into East Carolina University’s Educators Hall of Fame on Oct. 18.  This honor recognizes individuals for their long-standing commitment and dedication to the field of education.  Bailey has served as an educator in North Carolina for 30 years, and has been an employee of Joyner Library since 2000.

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“Where Soldiers Come From” film screening to be held Nov. 10

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Student Veteran Services will host a screening of the award-winning documentary, “Where Soldiers Come From” from 5 – 6:30 p.m. Nov. 10 in Hendrix Theater in Mendenhall Student Center.

The documentary follows the lives of a group of friends from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula from pre-deployment in their Michigan hometown, deployment to Afghanistan and post-deployment.  The film is a story about the war at home, how it affects families, loved ones and communities in the United States, and how the war continues at home when the young men return from a year in combat.

The film’s Emmy award-winning director Heather Courtney and one of the film’s characters, Dominic Fredianelli, will be available for questions and answers following the screening. A reception will follow.

The event is free and open to the public.  Tickets are available at ECU Central Ticket Office.

For additional information, contact Mary Beth Corbin at corbinm@ecu.edu.

 

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Two earn CEFP designation

William E Bagnell, associate vice chancellor for Campus Operations, and Griffin L. Avin, director of Facilities Services on Health Sciences campus, recently earned the certified educational facilities professional designation from the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (APPA).

Earning the CEFP demonstrates understanding and application of skills to create and maintain safe, functional and inspiring learning environment for current and future generations.  The CEFP exam covers general administration and management; operations and maintenance; energy, utilities, and environmental stewardship; and planning, design and construction.

APPA is the premier membership organization for educational facilities professionals and their learning institutions.  APPA’s mission is to elevate the educational facilities profession and enable institutions to positively transform their learning environments.

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