Category: Science

Man for All Seasons

Bob Quinn, a geography professor with a passion for the weather, died on Oct. 10. In 1967, Robert “Bob” Quinn,

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Digital Combatants

Eastern students take on the cyber crooks.   A ransomware attack shuts down Colonial Pipeline, largest fuel supplier to the

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Eagles Rising

  Once they were migrant and seasonal farm workers. Soon they’ll launch careers in health care.   CAMP, the College

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Brave New Computing

Along with his students, an EWU chemist takes his place among the quantum vanguard. Few recent scientific developments are as

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Alternative Camping

Travel restrictions fail to deter Eastern’s determined geologists.   Covid-19’s disruptions over the past year-and-a-half haven’t just affected indoor learning

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STEM Central

A gleaming new Interdisciplinary Science center Promises a new era for ‘teaching, learning and discovery’ at EWU.   By Charles

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A Center for Innovation

Eastern celebrates a new home for learning and discovery. When it opens for research and instruction this fall, Eastern’s new

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Art Ballers

Eastern students and alumni are used to attacking rims at Spokane Hoopfest. Now they’re bringing the backboards.   Hoopfest, the

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Kick-Start for Scholars

A 10-year, $500,000 gift aims to encourage ‘experiential learning’ at the Catalyst.   EWU research to be conducted at Spokane’s

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Assistance and Experience

An EWU program pairs mathematics-education students with the children of health workers.   Eastern students studying to be teachers have

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