Matthew Anderson, an associate professor of urban and regional planning who was recently awarded EWU’s prestigious Jeffers W. Chertok Memorial Endowed Professorship, recently visited with KPBX about issues surrounding homelessness. Earlier this year Anderson led a group of student volunteers who participated in Spokane’s annual Point-in-Time Count.
Throughout the month of May, EWU is hosting an exhibit to tell the stories of Asian Americans. KXLY Story link. Another story on Spokane Public Radio.
Spokesman-Review takes note of the long-awaited return of EWU jazz concert. Column.
A couple of EWU faculty experts are featured in a Spokesman-Review article examining ongoing negotiations between Ukraine and Russia. Majid Sharifi, director of the international affairs program at Eastern, and Kristin Edquist, professor of political science and international affairs, are each quoted in this article.
EWU’s Activist-in-Residence shares her story with the Spokesman-Review. Story Here.
EWU is now offering a new discipline focused on imagining, planning and building sustainable communities. Housed in the Department of Political Science and Public Policy, the major offers students a strong foundation in the political, economic and cultural approaches to studying the environment. Coursework also helps students identify the causes, … Read more