How does a group of “Eagle Strong” students and faculty accommodate an after-school program for middle school kids during a pandemic? Well, they certainly don’t cancel it—they innovate!
Chris Cindric, a senior lecturer in recreation and leisure services, is brewing up a tasty new class for the fall: Craft Beer Evaluation and Service. His goal is to broaden his students’ understanding of craft beer, from grain to glass, and its connection to agriculture and recreation.
Amber Letchworth, an EWU Senior majoring in social work, has been selected to receive the Dean Jeffers W. Chertok Honored Student Award.
The Eastern Washington University College of Business recently presented two prestigious awards to outstanding faculty in the department.
A week after the district meet, as the Eagles prepared for national competition, Mount St. Helens erupted. Join us in revisiting their story, plus see photos of EWU and Cheney in the days following the historic eruption.
To honor the 40th anniversary, Chad Pritchard, chair of the EWU Geology Department, created a "trashcano" to model how gas bubbles can grow and lead to Plinian eruptions.