With something for the dance enthusiast and newcomer alike, our annual dance concert is always a special treat. Graceful ballet, bold contemporary, explosive tap, and hot jazz dance styles are all represented. You’ll enjoy brilliant performances in exciting original works and re-creations of master works.
Performances are Thursday-Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm, and Monday-Tuesday at 8pm.
ECU is hosting the Foreign Policy Association's Great Decisions Program. The series will run for eight consecutive Saturdays beginning January 17, 2015, through March 7, 2015. Presentations will be held from 10 a.m. to Noon in the Rivers Building Auditorium 105.
ECU students, staff and faculty may attend for free and purchase the program book for $20. The public may attend the entire series for $40 and purchase the program book for $20, or...
February is American Heart Month, so join Campus Recreation and Wellness in celebrating Heart Health on Monday, February 2.
Activities will take place in the Student Recreation Center Wellness Suite from 4:00 – 6:00 pm.
Make your own Hot Tea and Trail Mix
Stress "Less" Tips
Blood Pressure Screenings
Hip to Waist Ratio
Body Fat Measurements
Red Dress/Red Shirt Photo Booth
All participants will be...
This one-day career leadership conference will facilitate career readiness and leadership development among East Carolina University students. The conference will provide interactive networking, mentoring and experiential learning opportunities through engagement with faculty, staff, community partners, alumni.
The Jarvis Lecture on Religion and Culture will feature Dr. Raymond Moody, Emeritus Professor of Consciousness Studies at the University of Nevada.
Moody will discuss, "Life After Life: The Meaning of Near-Death Experiences," at 7 p.m. in Wright Auditorium.
The Jarvis Lecture is free to all attendees. No tickets are required.
A Wellness Passport Event.
The Diversity Committee at Joyner Library is hosting the Human Library, an event where attendees can check out human beings. These "human books" are featured because they have an interesting life story to share. Attendees choose a human book and have a 10-15 minute conversation. The purpose of the event is to open dialog on campus about including people of all beliefs, walks of life, abilities, and backgrounds.
by Tom Stoppard
A brilliant comedy that explores the difference between classical and romantic temperaments. The action moves seamlessly between the 1809 Coverly estate and modern day, as Coverly descendants attempt to research possible scandal in their family estate. In the process, they learn all about the disruptive influence of sex can have on our lives. Winner of the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award and Olivier Award for Best Play....
An exciting mix of cutting-edge choreography from ECU School of Theatre and Dance faculty presented alongside the works of exceptional student choreographers.
Performances are Saturday noon and 4:00pm, Sunday at 5:00pm and 8:00pm