The EWU Women’s Soccer Team is offering two summer camps for boys and girls, ages 7-12. This team is hosting 3-day and 5-day Youth Camps at EWU to kick off the summer. The 3-day camp runs from 9 a.m-4 p.m. on Monday, June 20, through Wednesday, June 22, and the 5-day camp … Read more
At the Washington State EAP, we recognize that you may be experiencing mental health impacts due to the mass shooting event this week at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. You, your families, your coworkers, or your staff may experience a variety of emotions including shock, grief, numbness, fear, or anger. Parents … Read more
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.
EWU is launching a new committee focused on guiding the university toward a sustainable future. The University Sustainability Committee (USC) will be advisory to the president and will be comprised of faculty, classified staff, exempt staff, students and administrators. USC members will aid in guiding the university toward a future … Read more
SPEEA also provides training and mentoring for talented students who are considering aerospace careers.
After two long years away, Get Lit! is back with a dynamic in-person festival that also features a number of virtual events. The festival runs Thursday through Saturday, April 21-24. Visit the Get Lit! website for a full schedule of events, ticket information and other details. This year’s dynamic festival features … Read more