Margo Hill Receives Award

Margo Hill, professor of urban and regional planning and director of EWU’s Indian Studies Program, was presented with an award during the Northwest Tribal Transportation symposium, sponsored by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The award recognizes “exemplary leadership and unwavering dedication” that has “significantly enhanced transportation infrastructure within local communities, … Read more

Cash Out Earned Compensatory Time

This is a reminder that all accumulated compensatory time must be taken or cashed out by the end of the current fiscal year, June 30. Any earned compensatory time not taken by the end of June 2024 will be cashed out and charged to the applicable index on record for … Read more

Mariachi Las Águilas Performs May 3-4 for Cinco de Mayo

The Eastern Washington University Mariachi Las Águilas band is partnering with award-winning soloists for two upcoming performances for Cinco de Mayo, in celebration of American heritage. Tenor José Iñiguez, of Washington state, and Mezzo-Soprano Mareanne Silva de Colima, of Mexico, will join the mariachi band for performances on May 3 and … Read more

2024 New Student Orientations- Info Session

Join us at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 6 at the PUB 317 to hear about this year’s new student orientations. Learn more about EWU’s Orientation Program, what new students can expect, and how you can get involved.

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