The inaugural Eastern Edge community forum, “Women in STEM,” examined the lack of women in STEM fields, and what can be done to change the narrative.
A huge milestone for Spokane’s first zero energy building as those involved in the unique partnership gathered Monday to celebrate the installation of the last beam atop the five-story structure.
Hopefully by now you’ve figured out that InsideEWU is the best place to stay up-to-date on EWU campus news and events. But did you know InsideEWU is also available in a mobile app?
Congratulations Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted, PhD, EWU political science professor! She was awarded a $170,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities on Oct. 1.
All EWU students are required to submit proof of immunization by Wednesday, Oct. 23. The verification of immunization must be completed before the beginning of priority registration for winter quarter.
The inaugural Eastern Edge community forum will examine the lack of women in STEM and what Eastern Washington University and our community partners are doing to address it.