Messages & Publications

Speeches & Publications

Students, your votes are crucial

October 2, 2018 | The Spokesman-Review

Help a student attend college: Support a scholarship

January 13, 2018 | The Spokesman-Review

Why attend college? Let’s count the reasons

November 25, 2017 | The Spokesman-Review

EWU and Wenatchee: stronger together

November 19, 2017 | The Spokesman-Review

2017 State of the University

September 21, 2017 | On-campus

Don’t let fear of college debt hold you back

September 9, 2017 | Tri-City Herald

Lisa Brown and Mary Cullinan: Higher Ed funds critical to region

April 11, 2015 | The Spokesman-Review

Campus News

Get the latest EWU student, alumni and faculty news highlights.


ISC Groundbreaking

EWU President Mary Cullinan joined by state lawmakers and local dignitaries turn the first dirt and discuss the significance of this historic project.

ISC Video

Microsoft Partnership

EWU collaborates with Microsoft to offer students a Bachelor of Science in data analytics, one of the fastest-growing and most high-demand professions in the world.

Microsoft Video

EWU’s 26th President

The first female president at EWU, Dr. Cullinan began her term on Aug. 1, 2014, after serving as president of Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon for eight years.

Dr. Cullinan’s Video

March 7, 2015

The conference room at Eastern Washington University was full of youngsters who volunteered for a day of civics immersion.

University President Mary Cullinan stepped to the lectern for a quick welcoming message, spied a few WSU sweatshirts and logos from other colleges in the crowd and decided it’s never too early to begin recruiting future Eagles…

June 17, 2014

Mary Cullinan is on her way to making history.

She has been named the next president of Eastern Washington University, the Cheney school’s 26th president. She is the first woman hired for EWU’s top post and the only woman to hold a presidency among the state’s major public universities.

Photo: President, Mary Cullinan with a book
Picture: President Cullinan at graduation.