featuring Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, Professor, Department of English
with Dr. Tracy McLawhorn, Technology Editor, Asst. Textual Editor for the John Donne Variorum Project and
Danielle Lake, MA Candidate, Department of English
Official Holiday Calendar can be found at http://www.ecu.edu/cs-ecu/holiday.cfm
Some employees must work on holidays/closings to meet operational needs. Refer to appropriate University compensation policy during holidays/closings for additional information.
Come on out to the NRC to join us for games, prizes, music, and food! We will have different prizes to give away all day, so make sure you stop by and enjoy the fun! There will also be kayaking available! Rain date is scheduled for 4/8.
A large outdoor celebration offering fun, food, art, and entertainment for all ages! 2015 marks the 9th annual event. Initially, PirateFest was established to celebrate ECU's Centennial and to create a signature community festival for Greenville.
The Center for Biodiversity's Earth Day Expo will feature interactive events for people of all ages. Various ECU researchers and local non-profit organizations will have displays and activities available on topics related to biodiversity. There will be live animals and plants, lab activities, natural history story times, and more! We will also have a special visitor this year – Sid the Science Kid from UNC TV’s Just for Kids! Kids from...
As part of our Earth Day 2015 events, the Center for Biodiversity presents Amy Stewart, best-selling author of The Drunken Botanist, Wicked Plants, Wicked Bugs, and Flower Confidential. She is a dynamic and engaging speaker whose books focus on the positive and negative impacts of the natural world on people. Her topics have relevance to scientists, gardeners, and cocktail-lovers everywhere. A reception and book signing will follow the talk....
by William Shakespeare
Quite possibly one of the most brilliant political plays ever written with one of the most memorable characters Shakespeare ever created. It’s a timeless tale of pride, revenge, and political chicanery. Its themes remain relevant today.
Performances are Thursday-Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm, and Monday-Tuesday at 8pm.
Classes which would have met on Friday, April 3, will meet on this day so there will effectively be the same number of Fridays and Tuesdays as every other weekday during the semester; Tuesday classes will not meet.
The official academic calendar can be found at www.ecu.edu/fsonline/senate/fscalend.cfm.