Elizabeth City State University
School of Mathematics, Science & Technology
Chemistry & Physics
Math & Computer Science
On behalf of the Students, Faculty & Staff in the School of Mathematics, Science and Technology, I would like to welcome all participants to Research Week 2007 at Elizabeth City State University. This year’s theme, “Enhancing Academic Instruction through Research,” recognizes that Knowledge is acquired through Teaching and Research. Research Week provides our community of Teacher-Scholars and Students the opportunity to learn and demonstrate the link between knowledge and creativity.
Podium and Poster presentations celebrate the research and academic accomplishments of our faculty and students in the School of Mathematics, Science & Technology (Aviation Science, Biology, Chemistry, Marine Environmental Science, Geology, Pharmacy, Physics, and Technology) and across the ECSU Campus (Business, Education and the Social Sciences).The first annual Research Fair brings representatives from State and Federal Agencies, Graduate Programs and Professional Schools to present information about student internships, graduate programs and research collaboration.
“RESEARCH WEEK 2007” also celebrates the accomplishments of African Americans, HBCU’s, and others in math, science and technology. We hope that the displays, panel discussions, seminars, and poster presentations will spark your interest and imagination to create new knowledge, the science to transform our world.
Dr. Cynthia Warrick
Dean, School of Mathematics, Science and Technology
School of Mathematics, Science and Technology Contact Information
- Dr. Ronald Blackmon, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs ::
(252) 335-3710 :: email@example.com
- Dr. Cynthia Warrick, Dean, School of Mathematics, Science and Technology ::
(252) 335-3189 :: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Linda Bailey Hayden, Associate Dean, School of Mathematics, Science and Technology
(252) 335-3696 :: email@example.com