Anna Dvorak was an assistant professor of geography and geographic information systems at EWU when she tragically died in a climbing accident in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains in 2015. To help finish what she started at Eastern, the Department of Geography, Anthropology and Planning organized a memorial fund in her honor.
For many women, making a life-changing commitment to pursue higher education for herself or her family is a challenge she cannot complete alone. Two friends and EWU alumnae want to honor women for their hard work and diligence in seeking to enhance their lives.
The students in Eastern’s Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs are known for their problem-solving skills. But for some, the problem of paying for tuition and books, on top of rent and food, can be nearly impossible to solve.
The Chicana/o/x Studies Program at Eastern Washington University provides a home away from home for many students.
Ten members of the ROTC Fighting Eagles Battalion were recently awarded the ROTC Citizen-Soldier Scholarship, a new scholarship made possible with a generous donation from an anonymous donor.
Wayne Bartelheimer, a 1972 Eastern graduate and life-long dairy farmer, leaves a lasting legacy despite not competing in intercollegiate athletics.