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Graduate ProgramsWelcome to Eastern Washington University Graduate Studies. Eastern offers affordable graduate programs from the health sciences to education and from creative writing to business administration.
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Cheney, WA 99004
Graduate Affairs Council (GAC) Student Representatives for 2014-2015
EWU's Graduate Affairs Council (GAC) has openings for three graduate students to be appointed to serve on the council. Interested applicants may fill out a committee application in PUB 303.
The function of the Graduate Affairs Council is to advise on matters involving the graduate program of the university, which includes curriculum, admissions, program development, course approval, degree requirements, program evaluation, follow-up, advanced placement, academic standards and academic counseling. Each GAC member serves on one of the three (3) council committees: Course and Program Approval #1, Course and Program Approval #2, or Policy Development and Review Committee (PDRC). The vice provost for academic affairs is responsible for coordinating the selection of these students. The students must be selected from three (3) different graduate degree programs (currently students are serving from Physical Education and Communications).
Please contact Grace Callahan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509.359.2514 for further information.
The following departments may have GSA's to offer for the 2014-2015 school year. Please contact the department directly for more information.
Athletics (Don Ross, email@example.com or 509.359.7436) Must be accepted into the Graduate School of Physical Education to be eligible for the assistantship.
McNair Scholars (click HERE for information)
Student Activities Involvement & Leadership (SAIL) - Graduate Assistant for Leadership Education
Student Activities Involvement & Leadership (SAIL)- Graduate Assistant for Sorority and Faternity Life