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This is a historic opportunity to hear nationally renowned speakers and scholars, such as Gina Ann García, PhD, and experienced leaders in higher education, including EWU President Emeritus Dr. Rodolfo Arévalo. Friday, May 3 Pence Union Building, Nysether Community RoomCheney campus Presenters will speak on critical issues pertaining to Latinos, education and how EWU can become a regional leader as we move towards Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) status (See Keynotes’ Bios). Information & Tickets
Deborah Parker, seen above with her son, Wetuah Dewey, is a member of the Tulalip Tribes. (Photo by Nancy Bleck, Slangy Sp’ak’wus) Indigenizing Social Justice: Sexual Assault Activism and Human Rights Tuesday, April 16Noon-1:30 p.m.Monroe 205Keynote and Q&A Take a journey with Social Activist Deborah Parker as we begin from a place of hope and move toward action. Learn how Ms. Parker inspired a nation. Food and beverages for this event are provided by our friends in Health, Wellness, and Prevention Services. Activating our Inner Voices to Create Social Change Tuesday, April 162-3 p.m.Monroe 205 Learn how to find and use your inner voice [...]
Wednesday, April 10, noon-2 p.m. PUB NCR – Keynote: Dr. Aisha JumaanThe EWU Political Science Department has invited Dr. Aisha Jumaan to speak on the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen. The theme of this lecture revolves around (1) Saudis’ air-strikes and air, land, and naval blockade; (2) American bombs and logistical support for the Saudi-led coalition; and (3) the starvation of 24 out 29 million Yemenis as we speak. As a scholar native of Yemen and the Director of Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation, Dr. Jumaan has first-hand knowledge of what could be categorized as genocidal war. Given Dr. Jumman’s field experience, [...]
Los Angeles artist Matt Lipps will be on campus at noon on Thursday, April 18, in the Art Building Auditorium (room 116) to talk about his work. Matt Lipps has collected photographs from both high and low sources like Time and Life magazines, and art history books since childhood. With these images Lipps builds three dimensional collages and tableaus, then photographs them using theatrical techniques with a large format analog camera. This unique hybrid of sculpture and photography breathes a new life into familiar and historical images. The thought-provoking arrangement of forms and figures help to reveal how these images have reflected and [...]
This spring, Eastern Washington University is improving the way you access important university info and learn about campus happenings! Eastern 24/7 and a number of other internal websites will be begin to be phased out with the introduction of InsideEWU, which will provide users with a comprehensive overview of all things Eastern. The following is an InsideEWU FAQ to help you find answers to your questions: What is InsideEWU? InsideEWU is a new website meant to serve as the starting point for students, faculty and staff when accessing EWU resources online. The site will bring many of the diverse EWU web [...]