Downeast Bugs, Birds, and Butterflies: A Collection of Wildlife Photography is an exhibition by Jerry Lotterhos, MSW, Professor Emeritus, Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies, College of Allied Health Sciences. It is part of the Art as Avocation series.
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Jay Smooth -- Acclaimed Hip Hop Culture Critic and Host of “The Ill Doctrine”
Jay Smooth is founder and host of New York City’s longest running hip-hop radio program, WBAI’s “The Underground Railroad,” which he launched in 1991 when he was only a teenager. He is also the mastermind behind the hip hop and politically-oriented video blog “The Ill Doctrine,” (illdoctrine.com), where he serves up contemporary observation on topics of race,...
The Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Women will hold its Spring 2014 Workshop on Promotion & Tenure from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Brody School of Medicine, room 2W38. The workshop is open to all faculty members at ECU but will focus on the requirements for health sciences personnel.This is the first of a two-night workshop will be presented in two parts. The March 20 session is focused on tenure and promotion to associate professor. A March...
Dan Aykroyd, Judy Belushi and Musical Director Paul Shaffer present a live concert show that combines the comedy and hits from the original movie and pays homage to Chicago’s rich history of blues, gospel and soul. Jake, Elwood and the band hit the right balance of humor, music and mayhem. Upbeat and uplifting! Featuring Wayne Catania as Jake and Kieron Lafferty as Elwood.
Dr. James S. Shapiro, Larry Miller Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, will discuss "Shakespeare in America,” as part of the 450th anniversary celebration of Shakespeare's birth.
The Thomas Harriot Lecture is cosponsored by the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences Department of English, and the David Julian and Virginia Suther Whichard Distinguished Professorship in the Humanities.
RCAW is a week-long celebration recognizing research, scholarship, artistry and other forms of creative activity of ECU undergraduate and graduate students. The event provides students with an excellent opportunity to practice their presentation skills and meet other creative scholars at ECU with similar interests.