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June 2022 News & Kudos

May 27, 2022

Grant awarded Ashley Lamm has received a 1.5 million dollar Track 1 NSF Noyce Grant entitled “Expanding collaborations that recruit,

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May 2022 News & Kudos

April 28, 2022

Promotion Berenice Emehiser got promoted to Senior Lecturer, effective next academic year. Outreach to the community Andrés Aragoneses will be

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April 2022 News & Kudos

April 13, 2022

Alumni Brian Riley (an Organic Chemistry Eagle 2020) has been accepted to and will be attending UW-Seattle medical school. Presentations

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The Ecological Benefits of Beaver Dams and the need to study Beaver Dam Analogs

March 10, 2022 by jallen73

By Katelin Killoy, Rebecca Brown, and Camille McNeely This summer a team from EWU’s biology department and partners from the

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Biology Professor Bo Idsardi Awarded NSF Grant

February 24, 2022 by jallen73

Resources Accessed to Cultivate and Encourage Resilience (RACER) is an NSF-funded project focused on understanding the persistence and retention of newly hired secondary science teachers in high-need settings.

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February 2022 News & Kudos

February 18, 2022

Alumni Emily Spencer, class of 2019, was accepted to the Data Science graduate program at the Daniel Felix Ritchie School

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January 2022 News & Kudos

February 4, 2022

Alumni Emma Oaks, Biochemistry ’21,  has been accepted to PNWU College of Osteopathic Medicine. Presentations As a reminder, Amber McConnell giving

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December 21 News & Kudos

December 8, 2021

Undergraduate Women in Physics Undergraduate students Layla Abrams and Taylor Mundel have been accepted to and registered for the APS

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November 21 News & Kudos

November 23, 2021

Faculty on Campus Amber McConnell was just approved to be an Affiliated Faculty with the Gender, Women’s, & Sexuality Studies

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100 Women+ Strong 2021 Welcome Event

by cstemstu

100 Women+ Strong is an organization that is focused on promoting diversity and inclusivity in The College of Science Technology

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