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  • ECSU recognizes area Teachers of the Year
    Apply to ECSU Schedule A Campus Visit Requirements Undergraduate Admission Graduate Admissions Open House Registrar Transfer Students Summer School International New Student Orientation Admissions Portal ECSU is the most affordable academic success university in North Carolina Learn more about the admissions and financial aid process and how you can begin your exciting journey on our campus Student Life View sub menu Keyword Search Search Campus Map Maps and Directions Become a Viking Career Services Clubs Organizations Counseling Testing Dining Services ECSU Campus Store Residence Life Student Affairs Student Government Association Life at ECSU provides a range of experiences that are invaluable to your academic and personal growth Our students come from different places and backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles ECSU recognizes area Teachers of the Year By Kesha Williams Elizabeth City State University recognized area Teachers of the Year during a luncheon held in observation of American and International Education Week Seated left to right Michelle Jackson Nash Rocky Mount Kortney Watford Bertie County Erika Stephenson Hertford County Pamela Dejigounian and Benita Arrington Franklin County Standing left to right Anissa Robinson Weldon City Stephanie Ambrose Elizabeth City Pasquotank County Marie Smith Northampton County Kristin Stahl Martin County Other Teachers of the Year not pictured Mollee Holloman Dare County Angel White Perquimans County Erin Simons Warren County Laurie Brooks Edenton Chowan County Christy Stevens Gates County Paige Smith Hyde County Patrick Quast Roanoke Rapids Melissa Boyd Beaufort County Harold Sanderlin Currituck County Tonya Hedgepeth Halifax County Robin Wilson Vance County In addition ECSU recognized the first runner

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/Area-2015-Teachers-Of-the-Year-awarded.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Physic majors rewarded for their research poster
    that extend their learning beyond textbooks and classrooms Admissions View sub menu Keyword Search Search Campus Map Maps and Directions Become a Viking Apply to ECSU Schedule A Campus Visit Requirements Undergraduate Admission Graduate Admissions Open House Registrar Transfer Students Summer School International New Student Orientation Admissions Portal ECSU is the most affordable academic success university in North Carolina Learn more about the admissions and financial aid process and how you can begin your exciting journey on our campus Student Life View sub menu Keyword Search Search Campus Map Maps and Directions Become a Viking Career Services Clubs Organizations Counseling Testing Dining Services ECSU Campus Store Residence Life Student Affairs Student Government Association Life at ECSU provides a range of experiences that are invaluable to your academic and personal growth Our students come from different places and backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles Physic majors rewarded for their research poster By Kesha Williams Ama Agyapong a junior from Ghana West Africa majoring in physics received an award in recognition of her research poster presentation at the 2015 Society for Advancement of Chicanos Hispanics and Native Americans in Science SACNAS conference in Washington D C She was one of nearly a thousand undergraduate and graduate student presenters who displayed posters at the event Agyapong s research poster reflected research she has been conducting since her freshman year under the supervision of Dr Victor Adedeji in the Natural Sciences Department She and classmate Tanvi Patel of Gujarat India are working on smart window materials that can be used to

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/Physics-majors-earn-research-poster-award.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Alumnus donates $10k in honor of former instructor, Dr. Dipendra Sengupta
    Apply to ECSU Schedule A Campus Visit Requirements Undergraduate Admission Graduate Admissions Open House Registrar Transfer Students Summer School International New Student Orientation Admissions Portal ECSU is the most affordable academic success university in North Carolina Learn more about the admissions and financial aid process and how you can begin your exciting journey on our campus Student Life View sub menu Keyword Search Search Campus Map Maps and Directions Become a Viking Career Services Clubs Organizations Counseling Testing Dining Services ECSU Campus Store Residence Life Student Affairs Student Government Association Life at ECSU provides a range of experiences that are invaluable to your academic and personal growth Our students come from different places and backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles Alumnus donates 10k in honor of former instructor Dr Dipendra Sengupta By Kesha Williams Faculty in the Department of Math and Computer Science recently gathered for a math conference that brought dedicated educators together for a series of stimulating workshops such as The Wonderful World of the Mathematical Sciences Some Tid bits in Mathematics and Using Computational Approaches to Identify Cancer Driver Mutations ECSU alumnus Dr Peter Eley a math professor at Fayetteville State University returned to share his presentation I earned my PhD at ECSU This was just not a pep talk The character and relationship skills that I developed at ECSU gave me the foundation and belief system that I could compete I often look at it as a big fish in a little pond but when I was thrown into the ocean the confidence

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/Alumnus-donation-supports-math-scholarships.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Gallop teaches students to communicate through dance
    Services ECSU Campus Store Residence Life Student Affairs Student Government Association Life at ECSU provides a range of experiences that are invaluable to your academic and personal growth Our students come from different places and backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles Gallop teaches students to communicate through dance By Kesha Williams If you ask Dr Faye Gallop to recommend a winter fitness plan don t expect a rigid schedule of visits to the gym Gallop is more likely to recommend a series of dance classes than hours of weight lifting and treadmill trotting That s been her advice for ECSU students the last three years she served the university as a physical education instructor Her fitness dance and aquatics classes are effective methods of helping students reach their fitness goals According to Gallop students are often surprised by their progress I teach students who have no dance class background and some who had modern dance or other dance classes before Everyone can learn and improve in some way I tell my students dance is a means of relaying emotions It s expressive You can use facial expressions sways leaps jumps and the technique that may be associated with particular forms of dance such as ballet modern dance liturgical or even hip hop dance Gallop said As a dancer or director you can incorporate speech noise props music or even silence to assist you in the development of a storyline or a theme to your performance By the end of the semester most students are amazed by their

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/Gallop-dance-students-take-the-stage.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Williams says HBCUs will produce future leaders
    backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles Williams says HBCUs will produce future leaders By Kesha Williams Elizabeth City State University welcomes Dr Gwendolyn Williams as the new chairwoman of the Department of Education Psychology and Health A native of Monroe Louisiana Dr Gwendolyn Williams earned a B A degree from Spelman College She also holds a master s degree a specialist degree and a Ph D from Georgia State University GSU Williams says her arrival at ECSU follows years of pursuing her passion to improve students ability to read and write well While teaching middle school students she was selected to serve on an advisory board that changed her life She became the co director and later the director of a national writing project There she learned from acclaimed educators such as Dr Robert Probst and Dr Joanne Wynne both gurus of the writing process movement In addition she acquired valuable leadership lessons from GSU s Benjamin E Mays and Dr Lisa Delpit I was humbled to work with professionals who were accomplished pioneers in the field of literacy It was a gratifying and optimal learning experience This project allowed Williams and her colleagues to hold a five week summer institute for classroom teachers to help them make better readers and writers of their pupils Williams noted that classroom teachers are often better prepared to teach youths how to read but not how to write well As a result some classroom teachers struggle to teach good writing skills to their students Williams remained involved with the project

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/Gwendolyn-Williams-chairs-Education-Psychology-Health.html (2016-02-17)
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  • G.R. Little Library expands list of New Arrivals
    Summer School International New Student Orientation Admissions Portal ECSU is the most affordable academic success university in North Carolina Learn more about the admissions and financial aid process and how you can begin your exciting journey on our campus Student Life View sub menu Keyword Search Search Campus Map Maps and Directions Become a Viking Career Services Clubs Organizations Counseling Testing Dining Services ECSU Campus Store Residence Life Student Affairs Student Government Association Life at ECSU provides a range of experiences that are invaluable to your academic and personal growth Our students come from different places and backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles G R Little Library expands list of New Arrivals While the staff of the G R Little Library is proud to provide a host of primary and secondary sources that assist ECSU students with research projects they also shelve a growing list of leisure reading books For 30 days you will find a compelling list of new arrivals that devoted readers should not miss That list includes biographies from award winning Americans such as Colin Powell Maya Angelou and Muhammad Ali as well as books from award winning authors John Grisham and Toni Morison Autobiographies self help books and New York Times best selling novels round off the list Some titles reveal Americans who faced tall challenges like the late Stuart Scott an ESPN anchor recognized for his achievements as a broadcast journalist and candid statements describing his heartbreaking battle with cancer Although Misty Copeland s promotion to principal dancer for the American Ballet

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/library-expands-new-book-arrival%20list.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Alumni advance toward fundraising goals; $100,000 in hand
    Transfer Students Summer School International New Student Orientation Admissions Portal ECSU is the most affordable academic success university in North Carolina Learn more about the admissions and financial aid process and how you can begin your exciting journey on our campus Student Life View sub menu Keyword Search Search Campus Map Maps and Directions Become a Viking Career Services Clubs Organizations Counseling Testing Dining Services ECSU Campus Store Residence Life Student Affairs Student Government Association Life at ECSU provides a range of experiences that are invaluable to your academic and personal growth Our students come from different places and backgrounds but together they create a diverse close knit community that seeks to create a better world Athletics Alumni Search Keyword Search Search News About Us By the Numbers ECSU Brands and Logos Forms and Documents Licensing Marketing Media Relations Publications Radio TV Service Social Media Staff Viking Profiles Alumni advance toward fundraising goals 100 000 in hand National Alumni Association officials say they are making great progress in their quest to raise 300 000 for Elizabeth City State University On October 18 Dr Jeanette Evans presented Chancellor Stacey Franklin Jones with a 20 000 check from the NAA She assured the Chancellor more would follow Alumni successfully raised over 100 000 as a result of 14 contestants participating in the annual alumni competition that ended on October 15 Evans said that additional funds will be added in March when ECSU observes Founders Day the university s 125th anniversary Our overall goal for the year ending June 30 2016 is 300 000 It was my pleasure to present the 20 000 check from alumni during the Homecoming Prayer Breakfast last Sunday We hope to present a total of 125 000 at the 2016 Founders Day Gala in March Evans said We

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  • Mr. Alumni encourages young alumni to ’make a difference’
    he was honored to finally sit in the seat reserved for Mr Alumni On October 15 the names of 14 contestants and escorts were recited during the opening session of the annual alumni coronation The ceremony showcases alumni who raised the most money for the university over the last year The National Alumni Association president Dr Jeanette Evans challenged every alumni chapter to send a candidate Grant was the last to walk the carpet and he was crowned Mr Alumni He was pleased to complete the fundraising contest that yielded 100 000 in support of ECSU Contestants worked much of the last year taking pledges and collecting donations from family friends alumni and more to vie for the top three spots in the contest Grant says he couldn t have run a successful campaign without the help of generous contributors I received donations from people I ve known for years Some were people I knew 30 years ago when I worked in the Connecticut school system In addition to donations I held three fundraisers to reach a personal fundraising total of 14 700 Grant admits he was reluctant to become a candidate Ultimately he recalled the importance of the contest raising scholarship funds If anyone could realize the importance of scholarships this 1968 graduate could He first arrived on campus of ECSU as a student in 1960 As the oldest of 15 he was the first to enter college and could only afford a small course load He would complete a semester then take off the next to earn money for the following semester Since he wasn t a full time student he was drafted into the military during one of those enrollment gaps As a clerk in the U S Army he typed numerous notices to inform other Black

    Original URL path: http://www.ecsu.edu/news/Grant-encourages-young-alumni.html (2016-02-17)
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