Tom Barkin, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks with ECU business and economic students in his first-ever speaking engagement with college students in North Carolina.
Dowdy Student Stores present a $7,250 check, one of the largest contributions ever from its T-shirt sales for Military Appreciation Day, to the ECU Distinguished Military Society for scholarships and programs.
A Novel Idea
Joseph Morris reads a book while enjoying the spring-like weather on the mall.
Coreesha Harrell and Debra Nowell sit outside Jarvis Hall, the oldest building on campus. Did you know? Jarvis Hall, built in 1908-09, is named for Gov. Thomas Jordan Jarvis, known as the father of ECU.
The S.H.O.E.S. Project, or Students Honoring Others’ Everyday Struggles, raises awareness of mental health issues and informs students of available resources. Students' stories are attached to pairs of shoes.
Those who set sail for ECU find themselves in the heart of Pirate Nation, where educators, coaches, staff and fellow students help throughout the journey. Some find extra treasure along the way -- the love of their life.
What makes a Pirate Entrepreneur? Taylor Hicks of Simple & Sentimental, LLC is just 1️⃣ example! Learn how winning PEC 2018 and capitalizing on ECU’s startup culture helped her expand her profit 8️⃣-fold in 1️⃣-year ⬇️
It’s a party in the Jungle ⚾️🎉 Only 3️⃣ innings away from a doubleheader sweep for the ☠️s! https://t.co/tJMjUd8fR6
#ICYMI: These #ECUresearchers and inventors were recognized at the university’s third annual Research and Scholarsh… https://t.co/9oYZ4TMRIT