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Founded in 1907, ECU has answered the call to serve for more than a century, whether it’s meeting the demand for more teachers and doctors or improving economic conditions and quality of life in the region. Today, East Carolina’s bold direction continues to define its region and legacy.
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Official ECU Podcast: Talk Like a Pirate
Latest episode: Dr. Rachel Roper, associate professor of microbiology and immunology in the Brody School of Medicine recently sat down for a third interview on the ECU podcast, “Talk Like a Pirate,” to discuss state reopenings amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, “herd immunity” and vaccine development.