“Empowering a child in a wheelchair to successfully and confidently do something like trick-or-treating is exactly what occupational therapy is all about," says EWU student Serena Dewey.
Specifically, the judges emphasized the successful face of the building and the auditorium staircase that “integrated the life of the whole building.”
For kids with neurodiversity conditions such as autism, ADHD and anxiety, Halloween trick-or-treating can be more frightful than fun.
While thousands of students have submitted their MMR documentation, a significant number of students have not yet been able to do so.
The inaugural Eastern Edge community forum, “Women in STEM,” examined the lack of women in STEM fields, and what can be done to change the narrative.
A huge milestone for Spokane’s first zero energy building as those involved in the unique partnership gathered Monday to celebrate the installation of the last beam atop the five-story structure.