Racism has frequently been characterized as a virus – one that, despite efforts, continues to spread and plague society.
Conference Highlights How Student Success is a Team Effort
Last year, East Carolina University invited Isaiah Ybarra to throw out the first pitch for the Pirates’ “Salute to Service” baseball series. After having served ten years as a fixed wing crew chief in the United States Marines, Ybarra had returned home to major in history education.
More than $150,000 has been awarded to Elizabeth City State University for a program aimed at enhancing STEM skills in rising fifth and sixth grade school students.
Growing up, Chris Long ’06 never gave a lot of thought to the inner workings of race cars while watching his father, an amateur road racer, race tracks along the east coast.
A unique project by NC State School of Architecture students tackles veteran homelessness.
A groundbreaking held on the campus of UNCW marks the beginning of an investment of more than $140 million into student housing.
Student Success Conference Promotes Innovative Teaching Strategies
Everyone knows this student: the one slouched in the back of the classroom with the hoody pulled over the brow. A ballcap’s brim pokes out from the fabric, shading the eyes for good measure. Age-old wisdom holds that this is the student who is ill prepared, disengaged, inattentive, and bored. The front of the classroom … that’s where hands are raised. That’s where excellence sits and learning transpires.
Collabratory Announced: University harnessing big data to aid regional industries through new initiative
East Carolina University reinforced its commitment to drive economic growth in the region with the announcement of a new Economic Growth Collaboratory.
The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) has launched two new steering teams to shape coursework and student life at its new campus that will open in Morganton in 2021, expandin
The cassava plant is a drought-resistant food source for many people but a viral infection is threatening the much-needed crop. That’s where Elizabeth City State University’s Dr.