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Dr. Jessica Allen featured on NPR’s Science Friday

November 6, 2019 by jpfeiferprobert

EWU Biology Professor and Eagle alum Dr. Jessica Allen was featured on Science Friday last week. She discussed the important, often unconsidered role that cemeteries play in urban plant and animal life. Science Friday is a favorite for science enthusiasts across the globe that… [Read more]
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Amanda Reich

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a47A5FCcqhY Computer Science masters student Amanda Reich talks about why she chose computer science, and how she is utilizing computer science and geographic information systems to improve Army simulations. [Read more]

Biology Student Showcase

We are proud to showcase theses and the students who completed them to earn their master's degrees. Some of the current theses completed are listed below: Identification of Genes from the Poxvirus of a Parasitoid Wasp Steven Alexander Smith (Spring 2018) Riparian Vegetation and… [Read more]
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Melissa MeltingTallow

May 16, 2019

"It's really important for me to be involved and bring out my heritage." Design major Melissa MeltingTallow shares how the program has helped give her work a voice. [Read more]

Chelsea Taylor

May 15, 2019

"I want to sell something they can believe in." Design major Chelsea Taylor describes how the program has helped her discover what she wants to do. [Read more]
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Isaac Kuula, Nicky March and Connor Bacon

"I like making things that don't have any meaning behind them so that people can put meaning to it." Design majors Isaac, Nicky and Connor show their work and talk about their process. [Read more]
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ME Students Score Big in Prominent Competition

April 30, 2019 by cstemstu

Eastern Washington University engineering students are distinguishing themselves in both the classroom and in competition against their peers. Earlier this spring, members of EWU’s American Society of Mechanical Engineers student chapter traveled to the campus of Michigan State University to participate in E-Fest, the… [Read more]