Events

Wednesday, November 20

Joyner Library's School of Art and Design Graduate Student Art Exhibit

The 12th annual Joyner Library School of Art and Design Graduate Student art exhibition will be on view in the Janice Hardison Faulkner Gallery beginning...

Laupus Library: Celebrating 50 Years of History and Service

This year, Laupus Library celebrates its 50th anniversary! Join the celebration by visiting this exhibit on the 4th floor, now through the end of the...

Campus Recreation & Wellness Indoor Hours of Operation- SRC & HSC

The Student Recreation Center, located on the east campus, includes an indoor and outdoor pool; a 27h x 30w climbing wall; six basketball courts; free...

CET Resume Blitz

Career Counselors will be in the Science and Technology Atrium for students to drop by and get one on one help with their resumes.

Fall Off-Campus Housing Fair

​​​​​​Off-Campus Student Services will host its Fall 2019 Off-Campus Housing Fair on Nov. 20 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Main Campus Student Center ballrooms....

Gender to a Tea

Sarah Page (Department of Anthropology, HCAS) will present “The Rainbow Wave and Its Pushback: Global Clashes Over LGBTQ Inclusion in Public Spaces.”...

Native American Heritage Month Lunch & Learn

Native American Tribal Traditions; A panel presentation on American Indian Tribes, Health Care Access and Disparities, and Current Issues in Indian Country....

Student Bowling Tournament

November 8th Singles Tournament: Bowl 2 games and the highest combined score wins.

Blackboard Gradebook (Session ID 5672)

Academic Technologies training session on the Blackboard Gradebook. The last day of classes is less than a month away. This session can help you brush up on...

Forum on Comprehensive Internationalization: Building Cultural Competency in the Classroom

In today's global knowledge economy employers demand well-prepared students with the skills and flexibility necessary to effectively work in culturally...

Forum on Comprehensive Internationalization: Building Cultural Competency in the Classroom

In today's global knowledge economy employers demand well prepared students with the skills and flexibility necessary to effectively work in culturally...

Hansel and Gretel Preview Performance

Special free preview of the ECU Opera Theater's fall peformance of Hansel and Gretel. A family-friendly production featuring a stellar cast and orchestra...

Study Abroad Info Session

Come learn about studying abroad through ECU! Find out about the different programs and scholarships that are available to you.

Christina Weisner Visiting Artist Lecture

Visiting sculptor Christina Weisner delivers an artist’s talk about her work and process. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design's Sculpture Guild, funded...

Blake Sanders Visiting Artist Lecture

Visiting printmaker Blake Sanders delivers an artist’s talk about his work and process. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design's Printmaking Guild, funded...

Body Burn - Small Group Training

Become a part of the team and join two of CRW's certified personal trainers as they take you through an intense circuit training with barbells, compound...

Glow in the Dark Pound

Can you pound to the beat of this drum? Join us for the last glow in the dark event of the semester! Enjoy our amazing instructors as they give you the class...

WorldWise

WorldWise will be meeting to discuss the topic of studying abroad.

"Into the Woods"

The Brothers Grimm hit the stage with an epic fairytale about wishes, family and the choices we make. Our favorite storybook characters are brought together...

Faculty Artist: Bo Newsome, oboe

Faculty artists Bo Newsome, oboe and English horn, and Alisa Gilliam, piano. Imaginary Opera: Aria, Recitative, Narrative, and Drama—Music of Bach,...

Wednesday, November 20