Students Archives

Oct 31, 2023
  • Ken Buday

ENGAGING ENGINEERING TRANSFERS

A “D” in calculus at a community college nearly derailed Ryan Joyner’s bid to become an engineering student at East Carolina University. “It really helped me out because it was...

Oct 20, 2023
  • Ken Buday

A GRAND VISIT

In any language, time means money. Dr. Jodi Farrington, teaching assistant professor in the East Carolina University Department of Construction Management, relayed that construction adage to visiting students from HAN...

Oct 09, 2023
  • Ken Buday

RESEARCH RECOGNIZED

East Carolina University engineering student Ariel Lineberger says the key to award-winning research starts with a simple question. “For students who want to be involved in research, always ask the...

Oct 03, 2023
  • Ken Buday

WALK TO REMEMBER

East Carolina University student Jack Costello had a good reason to hang up on his girlfriend — 20,000 of them to be exact. “I told her, ‘I think that’s MrBeast....

Sep 26, 2023
  • Ken Buday

SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT

With a family history attached to East Carolina University, Ben Hawkins knows he’s in the right place. A general engineering scholarship is helping him continue his family’s tradition. “It’s important...

Sep 18, 2023
  • Ken Buday

PREVENTING POLLUTION

At a large manufacturing plant outside the small town of Tarboro, East Carolina University student Behzad Zeinolabedini looks toward the ceiling. Amid the spooling strands of copper wire that will...

Sep 11, 2023
  • Ken Buday

LITTLE STEPS, BIG THINGS

Pablo Hernández didn’t know English. He learned it. His parents didn’t go to college. He did. Growing up in Venezuela, he came to America, accepting an unpaid internship, knowing it...

Sep 07, 2023
  • Ken Buday

HELPING PEOPLE, SAVING LIVES

Rolando Rosado returned to East Carolina University this fall with perspective from a summer spent helping people and saving lives. The junior engineering student participated in the Engineering World Health...

Jul 26, 2023
  • Ken Buday

HOT TOPIC

It seems entirely appropriate that engineering graduate student Kenneth Weddle will soon be leaving East Carolina University for a job in Arizona. You see, he’s been dealing with heat for...

Jul 06, 2023
  • Ken Buday

BUILDING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The opportunity to visit the Netherlands and learn about how other nations are building with sustainability drew three East Carolina University construction management students to HAN University’s International Week. Stavros...