Five East Carolina University researchers presented their projects at the U.S. Air Force Science and Technology 2030 Workshop in April. The workshop, hosted by the University of South Florida, was...
Matt McCall has been there. He knows what it’s like. Now, with help from GreenvilleSEED@ECU, he’s working to help other veterans make the transition from the military to college. McCall,...
Successfully transitioning from the military to the university is the focus of a new grant-funded program for student veterans at East Carolina University. Dr. Anna Froula, associate professor of film...
East Carolina University’s military research engagement exists to bring together researchers and Department of Defense and Veteran Health Administration research opportunities, focusing on the concerns and needs of every U.S. active duty service member and veteran. These projects allow ECU faculty to examine every aspect of military life and, in partnership with DoD and VHA, the university introduces new programs and services, enabling service members and veterans to receive the best health and quality of life before, during and after their service.
ECU also aspires to assist the DoD and VHA to mobilize and organize civilian university expertise to examine today’s pressing military needs, shepherding academic and private-sector resources and expertise needed to meet today’s and future military and veteran challenges.
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REDE provides frequent updates for Department of Defense funding opportunities.
ECU offers the following support services for current military service members and veterans.