In May, 24 Appalachian State University students began the rigorous training and education at the Appalachian State University Police Academy to become certified police officers in North Carolina,
One by one, about a dozen children file into the multi-purpose room for a dance class at Willows Peake Apartments in the Happy Hill neighborhood.
Craig Harms has spent decades working with marine animals, especially sea turtles, but a recent field project was an entirely
Online medical Spanish program coming to ECU
East Carolina University students interested in careers in health care will soon have a new tool to help them better communicate with Spani
It’s a hot Tuesday morning in July. The horses twitch and stomp. A barn cat snoozes in the sun.
The back-to-school season never fails to excite as I realize how many first-year students are taking their initial steps down a pathway that will lead them toward a more fulfilling life and career. Or when I think of returning students, ready to delve deeper into their field of study and eager for the challenges of upper level coursework and advanced research.
But, as someone who’s dedicated her life to education, I know that the phrase “back to school” misleads. For most of us, it’s not that we’re returning to something we’ve left, because we’ve been here all along.
This summer, 42 Spartans got a “head start” on college thanks to Spartan StartUp, UNC Greensboro
Students from area high schools are riding trains, bikes and even ferries this month as part of a special transportation careers camp at North Carolina Central Univer
Fayetteville State University’s (FSU) spring graduates of the pre-licensure nursing program have earned a 100% pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), the test required for