Multidisciplinary neuroscience scholar Samuel Vance showcases his research on age-related Alzheimer's disease during Research and Creative Achievement Week at ECU. (Photos by Cliff Hollis)

Scholarship is in the spotlight this week at East Carolina University as 426 undergraduate and graduate students as well as postdoctoral scholars are presenting their research and creative work at Mendenhall Student Center.

It’s the 11th annual installment of ECU's Research & Creative Achievement Week, a forum to display discovery in biomedical sciences, business, education, engineering, the fine and performing arts, human health, humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, technology and computer science, and visual art and design.

Industrial engineering technology seniors Tanner Garner and Lilly Tran were showing their project where they designed a system to route parts through the Linamar Forgings Carolina factory in Wilson. Linamar approached the department looking for designs, and ECU alumnus Elijah Stubbs sponsored the project.

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Original story by Doug Boyd. Photos by Cliff Hollis. Originally published April 6, 2017.


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