Allison Danell, Dean
Heather Ries, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies
Eduardo Leorri, Associate Dean for Planning
Cindy Putnam-Evans, Associate Dean for Research
R. Todd Berry, Associate Dean for Resource Management
LeAnn Etheridge, Director, Academic Advising and Resource Center
Megan Perry, Director of International Initiatives
Amy Shannon, Director, University Studies
Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college at ECU and provides students with a well-rounded, diverse education in the arts and sciences. In Harriot College, students have the ability to broaden skills and knowledge in one of over thirty graduate degree and certificate programs. Through these programs students are taught and mentored by faculty who conduct multidisciplinary and cutting-edge research, and engage in other technologically and culturally relevant initiatives allowing students to:
- impact the world and create solutions to help environment, natural resources, and sustainability;
- challenge themselves to understand issues and policies surrounding social justice and diversity;
- navigate the world to find common ground through culture and communication; and
- explore, research, and discover how to change the face of technology and medicine.
Harriot College graduate students also learn valuable research and communication skills that allow them to write and submit papers for publication, showcase their work at university research events, attend and present at professional conferences, and help secure new grants and awards for the college and university. Through graduate study, students build a network, a resume, and a future.