Mageean, Deirdre M.
June 2010
Edge (East Carolina University);Summer2010, preceding p1
An introduction to the journal is presented wherein the author discusses various reports within the issue which confirms a positive outlook for East Carolina University's (ECU) research, creativity and engagements in spite of the economic crisis in the form of more grants, new patents and awards.


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