Nearly 20 years after graduating from EWU and traveling the world as an international educator, Ciara Johnson ’02 is ready to begin giving back to the university that means so much to her.
Eastern Washington University celebrated Giving Joy Day on Friday, asking the community to give to critical student needs and to share joy in other ways. The campus community did not disappoint!
Anna Dvorak, an assistant professor of geography at EWU, died in a climbing accident in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains in 2015. A memorial fund in Anna’s honor will help students continue her love of geography.
Once fully funded, these scholarships will benefit deserving EWU students year after year.
Each of these scholarship funds will match your donation, dollar for dollar, to ensure that your gift goes even further during this time of economic uncertainty for Eastern students.
The shift to virtual learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic left many EWU students without the technology they require to continue their education. The EWU Foundation and the university's Student Care Team recognized the need and quickly utilized the Student Emergency Fund to purchase Chromebooks for such students.