Jennifer Lewis of Fayetteville, left, sits with Ashlyn Lewis outside the Old Cafeteria building during a new student orientation event at ECU. (Photo by Cliff Hollis)
East Carolina University departments with items intended for distribution to family members during new student orientation should submit materials between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. May 31 to room 010, Fleming Residence Hall.
Departments with items to share should prepare 2,200 copies of each item for the parent packets and organize staff members capable of lifting and delivering the materials.
The ECU Office of Student Transitions will compile the materials for delivery to parents during orientation. Students no longer receive paper materials; their information is compiled on a flash drive.
For additional information, contact Karen S. Smith at 328-4173 or email@example.com.
The 2013 First Quarter Facilities Services Awards for Excellence recipients are Joe Garfi with Grounds Services, for service, and Andre Carmon with Utilities Services – Steam, for spirit.
Sandra May received the second of two 2012 Housekeeping Supervisor Awards for Excellence, for service.
Allen Acklin received the first award in July.
Wayne Reeves, left, chair of ECU’s Organization of African American Staff, and Tia Freeman, chair of the organization’s community involvement committee, stand before a collection of toys ready for donation to needy families. (Contributed photo)
The Organization of African American Staff at East Carolina University conducted its 4th annual toy drive in December to collect items for children of local families in need. The organization acquired a list of toys needed through the Pitt County Department of Social Services, and set out to collect the items.
They acquired all items on the list and more. On Dec. 7, they delivered the collected toys and clothing to the Pitt County Social Services program manager.
The OAAS was developed at ECU as a commitment to African American staff, faculty and students on campus. Programs developed through the organization develop cultural and professional skills and experiences, wellness, networking, mentorship, community outreach, scholarship and economic prosperity.
The ECU Organization for African American Staff collected toys and clothing for needy children in the community during an annual toy drive this December.
The 2012 Fourth Quarter Housekeepers Awards for Excellence recipients, for service, are Mitchell Lane and Dennis Patrick with Academics, Herman Jenkins with Health Sciences Campus / School of Medicine, and Verna Taft with Residence Halls / Student Recreation Center.