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The Honors ProgramHonors, at Eastern Washington University, seeks to cultivate excellence in undergraduate education by providing enhanced educational opportunities to superior students and special teaching opportunities to outstanding faculty.
217 Hargreaves Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
Honors Faculty and Office Staff
Honors faculty are drawn from a wide range of EWU departments on a rotating basis.
Dr. Terry MacMullan garnered 2008-2009 Faculty Merit Awards in Teaching, Scholarship/Creative Activity, Service, was chosen as one of EWU's "Professors of the Year," and received the distinguished President's Award. Dr. Dana Elder received a 2008-2009 Faculty Award in Scholarship/Creative Activity. Dr. Garret Kenny received a 2008-2009 Faculty Merit Award for outstanding Service, and Dr. Grant Smith also received a 2008-2009 in Service. Jonathan Johnson received a Faculty award for 2007-2008.
Two Honors faculty received Faculty Merit Awards for the 2006-2007 academic year. Dr. Garret Kenney was recognized for "Outstanding Teaching," and Dr. Terry MacMullan was recognized as "Outstanding" in both "Teaching" and "Scholarship."
Current Honors faculty:
- Cynthia Cutler - Integrative Studies
- Patricia Chantrill - Communications
- Dana Elder - English
- Logan Greene - English
- Jonathan Johnson - Creative Writing
- Garry Kenney - Humanities
- Wayne Kraft - Modern Languages
- Terry MacMullan - Philosophy
- Heathor McKean - Biology
- Florian Preisig - French
- Achin Sen - Physics
- Dan Sisson - Engineering/Technology
- Grant Smith - English and Humanities
- Henry York-Steiner - English
Current Honors Office Staff:
- Dana C. Elder, Ph.D. - Director University Honors, Professor of English
Dr. Elder serves the entire Honors Program, and teaches the transfer course, Hons 301-01 Classical Ethics and Rhetoric in the Fall.
- Dori Roberts - Coordinator / Academic Advisor
Dori coordinates the Honors application and scholarship process and provides advising for Freshmen, Transfer, and Departmental Honors students.