The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has released its list of events for February. Along with a full calendar of activities to celebrate Black History Month, ODEI has multiple other opportunities to learn, connect and have some fun. Check out the calendar below!
The latest issue of Eastern magazine is available now! Highlights include coverage of President Shari McMahan’s investiture ceremony, Jonathan Middleton’s groundbreaking exploration of data-to-music algorithms, and an in-depth look at how the Spokane Transit Authority, under the leadership of EWU alumni, has weathered adversity to become a marvel of mass-transit … Read more
EWU alumna Barbara Liliana Navarrete Lorenzo (Lili Navarrete) was recently appointed to serve a 2-year term on the Spokane City Council. Navarette is thought to be the first Hispanic or immigrant member of the Spokane City Council, at least since the ’60s, according to this article in The Spokesman-Review. After … Read more
EAP is offering a live virtual session from 3-4 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 23, that will provide helpful guidance on resources for caregivers. “Caring for Older Adults: Navigating Care and Resources in Washington State” will offer essential information from an expert about care options, support services and community resources tailored … Read more
Nudge your students to display their learning! Prepare them for the Student Research and Creative Works Symposium on May 7-8.
The Eagle Store has added a new customer service option that makes shopping there even more convenient. You can now make purchases online at the Eagle Store and have those items delivered free of charge to your office on the EWU Cheney campus or at the Catalyst. Here’s how it … Read more