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Featured Courses
The purpose of this program is to educate dental providers on the relationship between diabetes and oral health and the importance of linking with medical providers in the provision of quality patient care. The purpose of this program is to educate dental providers on the relationship between diabetes and oral health and the importance of linking with medical providers in the provision of quality patient care.
This training will assist providers in understanding how the content of sessions, both group and individual, assists in rapport building. The flow of the sessions, as well as the importance of rules, guidelines and boundaries will be discussed. Much of the training will offer examples of metaphors and visual aids that will assist providers in engaging clients during psychotherapy sessions. This training will benefit newer clinicians, as well as experienced clinicians. In keeping with ECU's tradition of innovation and cross-disciplinary practices the theme for this year will be Deconstruct/Reconstruct. By deconstructing the boundaries of traditional processes, perceptions of value or the idea of adornment itself, each of the artists we've selected have redefined what it means to be a metalsmith. Some have literally reconstructed disparate materials to create a new whole, while others have pushed the limits of metalsmithing processes to new heights.
Featured Courses
The purpose of this program is to educate dental providers on the relationship between diabetes and oral health and the importance of linking with medical providers in the provision of quality patient care.
The purpose of this program is to educate dental providers on the relationship between diabetes and oral health and the importance of linking with medical providers in the provision of quality patient care.
This training will assist providers in understanding how the content of sessions, both group and individual, assists in rapport building. The flow of the sessions, as well as the importance of rules, guidelines and boundaries will be discussed. Much of the training will offer examples of metaphors and visual aids that will assist providers in engaging clients during psychotherapy sessions. This training will benefit newer clinicians, as well as experienced clinicians.
In keeping with ECU's tradition of innovation and cross-disciplinary practices the theme for this year will be Deconstruct/Reconstruct. By deconstructing the boundaries of traditional processes, perceptions of value or the idea of adornment itself, each of the artists we've selected have redefined what it means to be a metalsmith. Some have literally reconstructed disparate materials to create a new whole, while others have pushed the limits of metalsmithing processes to new heights.

Courses

In this three-hour class you will be guided and assisted through the process of making a unique, one-of-a-kind paperweight. Utilizing molten glass gathered (dipped) from the GlasStation's furnace, you will get to apply color to your paperweight, blow a bubble through a pipe to form your piece, and use glass-making tools to pinch, pull, twist, twirl, and form molten glass into a design all your own. Guided by glass instructors, you will also get to heat your work in a 2100-degree furnace as your paperweight takes shape.
In this three-hour class you will be make a unique garden ball from hot glass. Guided and assisted by the instructor, you will apply color to molten glass and blow a bubble in the glass. You will get to use special glass-making tools to create your design and heat your work in a 2100-degree furnace as your garden ball takes shape.
The myriad health and psychosocial risks associated with identifying as transgender, gender non-binary, or gender diverse are understood to be reduced through gender-affirming approaches to care. In this workshop, we will discuss how practitioners can improve their gender-affirming skill set in working with children, adolescents, families, and the systems who serve them by developing knowledge, resources, and intervention skills pertaining to gender-affirming care.
The CCMC credential promotes and achieves a high standard of excellence providing best practices for the competent and ethical practice of serving the military community across a variety of military branches and settings. Completion of the CCMC credential includes 12 contact hours of continuing educational credit in a Five Module training sequence. The CCMC credential can be earned all online (1.2 CEUs) or taken as a combination of a one-day workshop (0.6 CEUs) and online (0.6 CEUs). The Five Modules are self-paced and include didactic presentations by professionals that have extensive experience dealing with the medical, physical, psychosocial, behavioral, mental health, family life, vocational, and career transition needs of military cultures. After the completion of each training module, participants will take a multiple-choice exam to earn the CCMC credential.
Thank you so much for your interest in sponsoring the Seventh International Conference on Immersion and Dual Language Education.
The Commercial Lending School is held annually on the campus of East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina and is open to persons who are employed by member institutions of Risk Management Association and to other banking professionals.
The Commercial Lending School is held annually on the campus of East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina and is open to persons who are employed by member institutions of Risk Management Association and to other banking professionals.
The Commercial Lending School is held annually on the campus of East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina and is open to persons who are employed by member institutions of Risk Management Association and to other banking professionals.
A Matter of Balance is an 8-week structured group intervention that emphasizes practical strategies to reduce fear of falling and increase activity levels. Participants learn to view falls and fear of falling as controllable, set realistic goals to increase activity, change their environment to reduce fall risk factors, and exercise to increase strength and balance (https://www.ncoa.org/resources/program-summary-a-matter-of-balance/)
Join us as we experience the food, culture, and dance of India at Cinnamon's Restaurant, one of Greenville's own authentic Indian Restaurants. What a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than with great people and great food!
Love gardens but have a tiny yard or limited space? Container gardening could be just for you. This class will discuss techniques, maintenance, container and plant selections and materials needed. You will leave the second class with your own container.

Note:For the second class, you will need to bring supplies to begin your own container garden. You will be given a list of essentials at the first class. You are responsible for bringing and paying for the supplies for the second class.

As humans have been distracted battling each other over the centuries, bacteria and viruses have been finding nearly magical ways to thwart the fortress of the immune system and use humans to grow, thrive, and spread. This is a survey course focusing on the impact of the major emerging disease epidemics of the 20th and 21st centuries. Discussion will focus on the clever methods these pathogens use to spread across the globe, the historical and socio-political impact of these diseases, and the world's response to emerging disease. We will then use this historic context to examine the today's response to the emergence of the Zika and Ebola viruses and how scientists are approaching the spread of disease in an increasingly more global world.
In this three-hour class you will be guided and assisted through the process of making a personalized Christmas Ornament. Utilizing molten glass gathered (dipped) from the GlasStation's furnace, you will get to apply color to your glass and create a unique design of your choosing. The instructor will then help shape the glass while you blow air in to inflate it into an ornament.
This program is a collaboration between the Lifelong Learning Program and the Pitt County Historical Society. The speaker, Roger Kammerer, will excite attendees with Ghost Stories of Pitt County. The cost of lunch will be on your own.
We will explore Holocaust History in order to find lesons for today, such as how to combat, effectively, bullies, bigots (any expression of prejudice), and abusers (domestic violence), all of which are forms of corruption (abuse of power). We will retell stories of rescuers and resisters to find inspiration to battle today's evils. And we will discuss faith after the Holocaust.
We will explore and discuss the history and methods of soap making. Our class project will be to make a batch of unscented lye soap. On the second day, each participant will have a sample of soap to take home. Please wear long sleeves, long pants, and closed shoes. If you have goggles, please bring them. Soap making, like many skills, is fast becoming a dying art. This course is designed to help preserve it as part of our heritage.
Perhaps tucked away in the back of our minds is a simplistic notion that a long time ago the heavens opened and the Bible-King James Version, black leather binding, your name printed in gold, and a red locater ribbon-slipped out of the hands of an angel to God's people. Of course, when we really think about it, we know it was not anything like that. It's a much more complex-and fascinating-story.
Conversations about personal values and goals of care are the best way to ensure that your family and loved ones know what's most important to you should they ever have to represent your preferences for you. These conversations can be challenging to start. Now there's a tool that helps makes this more comfortable and can even be fun, a game called "Hello."*
Military medicine dates to antiquity and for centuries has dealt with the attempts to provide care to large numbers of wounded and ill soldiers and civilians in urban, rural and remote environments. This course will discuss in brief some aspects of military medicine from the Napoleonic period and American Civil War to the recent Middle East wars.
Practical Communication Skills

This course can help you with clear speech, organizing your message effectively, being assertive instead of aggressive, listening effectively, and feeling comfortable speaking to a group.

Practical communication skills are those skills you need in everyday situations. Come join us for information, interaction, and practical skills that will help you navigate the everyday communication situations in your life.

Do you know when you're down South? What makes the South a distinct cultural region within the USA? Is southern food part of the answer? How is "being southern" similar for such diverse groups as African Americans and Jewish Americans? How has southern culture shaped the region's political history? Has southern distinctiveness almost faded away today? Are southerners the only group to whom "politically-correct" limitations on humor do not apply?