ECU Career Center Director Karen Thompson was included on a panel of experts for the online article, “2014 Predictions for your Wallet,” posted at http://wallethub.com/blog/2014-predictions-for-your-wallet/1345/.
The Career Center, housed in the ECU Division of Student Affairs, supports students in their career development to help them succeed as professionals in a global community.
Visit http://www.ecu.edu/cs-studentaffairs/career/ for more details on the Career Center.
Facilities Services employees recognized with a 2013 Facilities Services Supervisor Award for Excellence were Chris Phelps with Utilities Services – HVAC in the category of leadership and Jake Isenhour with Grounds Services in the category of service.
The 2013 Fourth Quarter Facilities Services Awards for Excellence recipient is Fernando Diaz with Grounds Services for service.
The 2013 Second Quarter Housekeepers Awards for Excellence recipients, for service, are Horace Andrews and Dwight Cannon with Academics, Shirley Nicholson with Health Sciences Campus / School of Medicine, and Amanda Anderson with Residence Halls / Student Recreation Center.
Scott Green received one of two 2013 Housekeeping Supervisor Awards for Excellence, for service. The second award will be announced later this year.
The East Carolina University Police Department will conduct active shooter training July 8-12 at Tyler Hall on College Hill.
This training, a normal part of ECU’s emergency planning procedures, is designed to prepare law enforcement personnel to respond to an active shooter on campus. Tyler Hall will be the only building involved in the training scenarios.
According to the ECU Police, the exercise may involve actors and simulated use of weapons.
Students, faculty, staff and visitors are encouraged to avoid the Tyler Hall area between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., July 8-12, if possible.
Contact Lt. Chris Sutton with ECU Police with questions about the training at 737-7433.