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Jacki Tyler – Leveraging an Empire

January 27, 2022

Leveraging an Empire by Jacki Hedlund Tyler

EWU’s Assistant Professor of History and Director of Social Studies Education, Jacki Hedlund Tyler, published her book Leveraging an Empire

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EWU String Orchestra, Spring Concert ’21

EWU Music students perform in campus mall area.

Enjoy a moment of peace as our EWU String Orchestra performs Antonio Vivaldi’s “Spring” from “The Four Seasons.” Featuring Amanda

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Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research – Winter 2022

Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research – Winter 2022

EWU Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies presents for winter 2022 Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research, featuring faculty and staff presenting

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Mindful Mondays

Person in a field looking up at the sky from a distance

Mindful Mondays Mimi Marinucci, PhD, will facilitate three virtual sessions for EWU faculty and staff. Sessions will include gentle yoga,

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Activist in Residence 2022

Activist in Residence

The Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies Program and the Women’s and Gender Education Center are the lead organizers of the

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Sheila Woodward Reelected Executive Vice President of the IMC

Sheila Woodward Reelected Executive Vice President of the IMC

Congratulations to Sheila Woodward in being elected Executive Vice President of the International Music Council Executive Board.

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Rally at Riverfront Park

December 15, 2021

Rally at Riverfront Park

Margo Hill, a member of the Spokane Tribe of Indians and an Eastern Washington University professor, was among about 40

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Kylee Jones

December 13, 2021

Kylee Jones

Kylee Jones ’18 is an Associate Transportation Planner II from the Spokane Regional Transportation Council. Her experience at EWU in

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Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research – Fall 2021

Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research – Fall 2021

EWU Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies presents for fall 2021 Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research, featuring faculty and staff presenting

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