Dear Campus Community: As we continue our budget realignment process, I’m writing today to help answer some questions that faculty and staff have been asking. As you know, divisions across campus have been asked to establish strategic goals aligned with university priorities and to begin budget planning for both state and self-support funds. Each executive level will submit a budget plan in accordance with a 3% realignment goal by January 17, 2020. After Budget Services summarizes the information, we will hold hearings with division heads and deans to review plans and requests. The University Budget Committee will then hold public campus [...]
A message from President Mary Cullinan: We saw one of the rights of our Constitution unfold in real time. Our students and campus community members exercised their right to speak freely and also supported one another.
Members of the Eastern community and representatives from local tribes joined EWU President Mary Cullinan on Wednesday to launch a major sustainability initiative that will return one-third of EWU-owned land to its native habitat. The Prairie Restoration Project will restore 100 acres of farmland to the west of campus to its original “Palouse” condition. Learn More about the Prairie Restoration The goal is to create a “living laboratory” for research, provide hands-on learning experiences for students and to engage the local community through recreational activities such as walking, hiking and biking.
As we race towards the end of this academic year, I’ve been reflecting on the powerful partnerships and innovative curricula that enable our students to succeed in college and after they graduate.
Tuesday, April 30 | 2-3 p.m. | JFK Library Auditorium, Cheney campus • Presented by Dr. David Syphers, Assistant Professor of Physics at EWU This month the first picture ever taken of a black hole was released by the Event Horizon Telescope team. Come learn what a black hole is, and why astronomers were so excited about seeing a fuzzy ring of light around a dark shadow. Hear about the technological achievement of capturing the sharpest picture ever taken, why it still looks so blurry, and what these results can tell us about the nature of our universe. Persons needing accommodation [...]
APRIL 18, 2019 | SHOWALTER AUDITORIUM | 1–3 P.M. Steven A. Beebe (PhD, University of Missouri) is Regents’ and University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Communication Studies at Texas State University. He served as chair of his department at Texas State for 28 years and, concurrently, as associate dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication for 25 years. Steve has given lectures and conference presentations throughout Europe, Asia, and Central America, and has made 15 visits to Russia where he helped to establish that nation’s first communication studies programs. Author C.S. Lewis While conducting research at Oxford University, he made [...]