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Company Overview of East Carolina University
East Carolina University is an educational institution that offers graduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs. The institution provides courses in health sciences, medicine, nursing, music, fine arts and communication, technology and computer science, and business. Additionally, it offers distance education courses. East Carolina University was formerly known as East Carolina Teachers College and changed its name to East Carolina University in January, 1951. East Carolina University was founded in 1907 and is based in Greenville, North Carolina.
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Greenville, NC 27858-4353
Founded in 1907
Key Executives for East Carolina University
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs
Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences
Vice Chancellor of Research and Graduate Studies
Vice Chancellor of University Advancement
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
East Carolina University Key Developments
East Carolina University Opens Third School of Dental Medicine Community Service Learning Center
Mar 24 14
Partnership and collaboration laid the groundwork for the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine's newest community service learning center. The Lillington site - a 7,700-square-foot facility located off U.S. 401 - is the third of eight to 10 service learning centers planned for operation in underserved areas across the state. The facilities combine clinical education and patient care. Led by ECU dental faculty members, fourth-year dental students will spend eight-week clinical rotations at the centers while general dentistry residents will also hone their skills at the facilities. The fully functional general dentistry office features 16 treatment rooms, X-ray equipment, educational space and more.
Mark Copeland to Join East Carolina University's Board of Trustees
Feb 9 13
Mark Copeland of Charlotte will join East Carolina University's Board of Trustees as its newest member. The UNC Board of Governors on February 8, 2013 appointed Copeland, managing partner for Ernst & Young's Charlotte office and a member of the ECU Board of Visitors, to fill a trustees' seat left vacant in January 2013 when attorney Kieran Shanahan of Raleigh resigned to become N.C. Secretary of Public Safety. He serves on the ECU Foundation Board of Directors and the College of Business Advisory Council. He also serves as president for the board of directors for the Charlotte Chapter of JDRF, a global advocacy organization focused on Type 1 diabetes research. The ECU Board of Trustees chairman lauded the appointment and welcomed Copeland to the Board. Copeland will complete Kieran Shanahan's term, which expires in 2015. He then will be eligible for reappointment to two four-year terms.
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