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EWU Migrant Week: The Migrant Experience

February 26, 2019

Join Eastern Washington University’s CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program), the week of March 4-8, as it hosts The Migrant Experience. Monday, Mar. 4: The Legacies of Our Leaders Sea Mar Community Health Center is an organization that provides quality, comprehensive health, human housing, educational and… [Read more]

Black History Month 2019

January 28, 2019

The EWU Africana Studies Program presents "Reclaiming Black Excellence: Black History Month 2019." To make arrangements for access accommodations, call 509.359.2205. To make donations to our annual silent auction, please contact our secretary at bnicholson37@ewu.edu or 509.359.2205. Tuesday, Feb. 5 Perpetual Punishment of Cedric Bradley… [Read more]

2019 Pacific and Western Disability Studies Symposium

The Disability Studies program at Eastern Washington University is pleased to host a two-day symposium focusing on the place of Disability Studies principles and disability rights practices within the everyday life of diverse communities and across academic curricula. While the symposium is open to… [Read more]

Three-Day Commemoration of the Legacies of WWI

January 1, 2019

Sponsored by EWU's Department of History, World War I at 100 will give the campus community an opportunity to learn more about one of history's most devastating conflicts. Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019 Screening of "Gallipoli" (1981) By Peter Weir, starring Mel Gibson 2-4 p.m.… [Read more]
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Activist in Residence Event Dates

December 15, 2018

The Women's and Gender Studies Program and the Women's and Gender Education Center are the lead organizers of the Activist In Residence (AIR) program on the EWU campus. For a sixth year, AIR will bring an activist to campus to work with EWU students,… [Read more]

CSS Associate Dean Announcement

December 4, 2018

It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that we announce that Dr. Vernon Loke has agreed to serve as Associate Dean for the College of Social Sciences. He will begin in this position December 16, 2018. Dr. Loke joined Eastern Washington University in 2009 after finishing… [Read more]
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Congratulations to Captain Levi Floeter

December 1, 2018

Captain Levi Floeter is a 2008 EWU graduate earned his officer commission through the university's ROTC program.  Captain Floeter branched into the Infantry and has had a successful career that included serving as an Army Ranger. While leading a successful Army career Captain Floeter even found time to publish… [Read more]
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Jeffers W. Chertok Memorial Endowed Professorship Announcement

November 30, 2018

The College of Social Sciences is pleased to announce that Dr. Kevin Decker has been selected for the Jeffers W. Chertok Memorial Endowed Professorship.  This prestigious professorship was created to honor the life of Dr. Jeffers W. Chertok, who worked at EWU for more than 34 years… [Read more]
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Teddy Bear Medicine: Project Aims to Ease Kids’ Fear of Medical Equipment

November 21, 2018

One girl used a stethoscope to check the lungs of a teddy bear set up at an exam table. The furry friend was among other kid-friendly test subjects at a Hands on Health workshop held Saturday in Spokane. AnnaLia Lupinacci, 8, performed that teddy… [Read more]

Spread the Joy on Giving Joy Day

November 1, 2018

In celebration of Giving Joy Day, and with the hope that you will participate, the College of Social Sciences will host a "Giving Station." We invite you to stop by, say hello and have some coffee, punch and yummy treats. While you are here,… [Read more]
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