Thank you for your continued diligence in reducing the spread of Covid-19 and keeping our case count low. Spokane County has seen an uptick in positive cases, along with hospitalizations, so it is important to continue following public health practices: wearing masks, washing hands, social distancing, sanitizing spaces, and staying home if you don’t feel well--even if you are vaccinated. We are currently in Phase 3 of the Governor’s “Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery” plan. Our region could roll back to Phase 2 if positive case counts and hospitalization rates continue to stay high. Free Covid testing is available on [...]
Dear Eagle Family and Friends, We are now a few weeks into spring quarter. Flowers are blooming, songbirds are chirping, and there is a buzz in the air as we continue planning for the return of most of our employees to campus over the summer and our students this fall. I want to thank all of the staff and faculty who are thoughtfully developing office and classroom protocols that will ensure our entire campus community stays safe and healthy. I know we are all eager to see each other’s faces in-person once again. Over the coming weeks, campus buildings will slowly [...]
David May, interim president of Eastern Washington University, along with other campus leadership, invited faculty and staff members to a virtual town hall focused on the return to campus.
"I am writing to all of you today to once again confront a repugnant racist attack on one of our students. I condemn that attack in the strongest and loudest possible terms."
"Spring is here and as we wrap up the current terms, I want to thank you for your continued dedication to our students this year. I also want to update you on the university’s plans to reopen for in-person learning this fall."
"It is so hard to believe it has been a year since our world was turned upside down, when we suddenly pivoted from in-person to online learning as the virus took hold and we entered a period of uncertainty and challenge."