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November 2023

Andrews returns to ECU for teaching licensure

When Shainah Andrews wanted to get her licensure to teach, returning to her alma mater, East Carolina University, was an easy choice. Andrews graduated from ECU in 2019 with a […]


October 2023

Two ECU alumni recognized by NCCAT for teaching talent

J.H. Rose High School business teacher Kurt Garner received the 2023 Career & Technical Education (CTE) Teacher of the Year award from the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of […]


September 2023

College of Education celebrates 2023 scholarship donors, recipients

The College of Education recognized 116 scholarship recipients receiving more than $681,000 in funding during its annual ceremony in September. “Education has been a focus of this university since its […]


Women Leading Education (WLE)

Across Continents 8th International Conference Drs. Carrie Morris (ECU-LEED) and Nicole Pierce-Davis (Assistant Superintendent, Newark, CA), both recent ECU EdD graduates, presented their research at the Women Leading Education (WLE) […]


Alumni Spotlight: Carrie Morris

Name: Carrie Morris Title: Associate Director for School Leadership, ECUHometown: Swansboro, NC Colleges attended and degrees: B.A. in Elem. Ed: Elon University, M.A. Elem. Ed: UNC-Wilmington, M.S.A.: ECU, Ed.D.: ECU What drew you […]


July 2023

Partners in progress: Building teacher capacity in the pivotal early years

Contributors: Cameron Gupton, Bradley Sasser, Lisa Becker, Heather House The North Carolina New Teacher Support Program (NC NTSP) is a leader in university-based induction support — a type of professional […]


June 2023

Pettigrew fosters growth, builds foundations in her elementary classrooms

Growth and learning are pivotal words for East Carolina University alumna Cameron Pettigrew. “One of my favorite parts about being a first-grade teacher is seeing my students grow and learn […]


October 2022

ECU alumna continues family legacy as Micro Elementary’s new principal

By Robin Koppen, Johnston County Public Schools Communication Specialist Newly named Micro Elementary principal Carson Cataliotti comes from a family of educators. Born and raised in Smithfield, Cataliotti attended South […]


January 2022

Glassman receives ASCA dissertation award

Dr. Valerie Glassman received the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) Dissertation of the Year award. Glassman’s research is titled “Mastering the Psychological Landscape of Student Conduct Administration.” She is […]


Lloyd recognized as teacher of excellence

Robin Lloyd is being recognized as the North Carolina Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (NCASCD) Teacher of Excellence on Feb. 4 during the annual conference in Pinehurst. Lloyd graduated […]