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Spring 2017 Newsletter
From the Vice Chancellor

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Welcome to the second issue of the e-newsletter Breakthrough. We created this publication to highlight the collective impact of the Division of Health Sciences on health in our state. There is no better time to do that than spring. This week we will graduate 644 physicians, nurses, dentists, physical and occupational therapists, physician assistants and other allied health providers...
ECU students helped build an MV-22 Task Trainer, which is intended to provide training scenarios for Navy corpsmen and nurses who would not otherwise have an opportunity to practice a medical evacuation under realistic conditions.
Several hundred health sciences learners, faculty and staff from ECU and Vidant Health converged April 25 to glean inspiration from the widow of a best-selling author about what it means to live -- and die -- well. 
The ECU College of Allied Health Sciences celebrated its 65 scholarship recipients and their donors during a recent ceremony at Rock Springs Center.
The ECU College of Nursing recently inducted 10 members into its Hall of Fame during a ceremony held at the Hilton Hotel Greenville.