IN THE NEWSMORE NEWS
A team of ECU archaeologists and students are identifying artifacts near two suspected Danish slave ship wreckages.
An ECU researcher has shown that alcohol has a greater effect on women's hearts. Now Dr. Abdel-Rahman is looking at role of the circadian rhythm in alcohol's impact on cardiac function.
Officials from ECU and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke signed a memorandum of understanding that will improve research and educational opportunities at both schools in the field of public health.
ECU College of Business alumnus and CAPTRUST co-founder J. Fielding Miller '84 will deliver the commencement address Friday, Dec. 14, when more than 2,200 students will receive their degrees.

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Officials from ECU and UNC Pembroke signed an agreement this week that will improve research and educational opportunities at both schools in the field of public health.
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Minges Coliseum (Williams Arena)
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