The EWU Recreation Center (URC) is the host venue as Spokane welcomes the USA Curling National Championships, Feb. 8-15. The weeklong competition will feature the nation's top men’s and women’s teams vying for a spot on Team USA and a berth in the subsequent World Curling Championships.
EWU’s annual Activist in Residence series is off to an engaging start. Two weeks in, organizers say 40 to 60 people have attended each event, participating in lively and meaningful discussions around immigration and activism.
You remember the time-honored college admissions drill? Filling out your application at the kitchen table, clicking submit (or, gasp, mailing it in), then stressing for weeks as you waited to find out if you’d been accepted. Fortunately, EWU is working to make that antiquated process easier, faster and more fun.
With the safety and wellbeing of students, faculty and staff a top priority, EWU’s Health, Wellness & Prevention Services is working with public health partners to monitor the situation around the 2019 novel coronavirus.
Eastern students provided dental screenings, met one-on-one with veterans to assist in accessing dental services, and provided oral health products during a Veteran Stand Down event.
Psychology professor Susan Ruby is on a mission to designate Eastern as the leader in Social Emotional Learning (SEL) training for the region. Last fall, the EWU Foundation awarded Ruby a grant to help make it happen.