Category: Students

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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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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Teamwork Pays Off: Exciting New Funding Opportunity for Graduate Students

October 19, 2021

A group of five EWU Biology faculty recently received the exciting news that the Department of Education is awarding our department $646,737 over the next three years to allow us to provide a graduate education to students who might not be able to attend graduate school without substantial financial assistance.

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October 21 News & Kudos

October 6, 2021

Alumni summer research Joel Price (’21) did a presentation at the American Vacuum Society (AVS) 2021 conference about the optical

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Eagle Graduate Awardees

Eagle Graduate Awardees 2021: Joel Price (’21) did a presentation at the American Vacuum Society (AVS) 2021 conference about the

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April News & kudos

April 30, 2021

March 2021 New publications: Jamie Manson has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation, from the Division of

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March News & kudos

March 28, 2021

March 2021 New publications: Jamie Manson co-authored three peer-reviewed papers with EWU undergraduate students (*): “Controlling magnetic anisotropy in a

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Christina Ramelow

“There are different degree tracks that can be tailored to your interests and career goals.” Watch as EWU Biology bachelor’s

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