An EWU senior has gone all in on a new enterprise: working to ensure that some of our region’s most vulnerable persons—and the people that care for them—get the facemasks they need to stay safe.
When it became clear Eastern Washington University was going to have to move to online only classes for spring quarter, one of the many groups affected by that decision were our student employees—in particular, our work study students.
Some of our Eagle Strong submissions are well deserved shout-outs to the great support students, faculty and staff are giving each other. Here a few great examples!
Eastern students have shown they are quick learners who are always willing help one another out.
In a typical year, dozens of Eastern Washington University students chose to spend their spring breaks working in service projects around the globe. But during this year’s anything-but typical spring break, many of these students found themselves serving much closer to home.
With lab work being a critical component of her lesson plan, EWU Biology Professor Joanna Matos knew she had to think fast to provide students with an alternative when the pandemic forced classes online this spring.