KPBX (Spokane Public Radio) host Doug Nadvornick interviews EWU's associate vice president for enrollment management on the university's decision to make the SAT/ACT optional for incoming students.
Amidst the ongoing pandemic, the Public Health program at EWU is living up to its proactive approach to address important community initiatives. No initiative seems more important at this time than efforts to trace people have come in contact with someone who has COVID-19.
In the latest Spokesman-Review virtual forum, Northwest Passages, EWU Psychology Professor Philip Watkins discusses his vast research on gratitude and happiness, and how it can help us during this difficult time.
Early on in the pandemic, English Professor Chris Valeo organized a group to make sure people on the West Plains had they support they needed to get through this crisis.
Samantha Quackenbush, care coordinator for Excelsior Wellness Center, featured in The Spokesman-Review.
Judy Rohrer, assistant professor and director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program at EWU, authored a recent opinion piece in The Spokesman-Review.