Category: Science

Art Ballers

Eastern HoopFest backboard design

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

Catalyst

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

student learning on a computer

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

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Good Chemistry

Good Chemistry

A recent EWU grad is poised to make his mark on biochemistry By Leilah Langley John Vant ’18 would be

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Covering Up, With Gratitude

Covering Up, With Gratitude

A student mask-maker boosts critical efforts to contain the coronavirus by Eastern Magazine Even as the coronavirus pandemic has upended

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Suds Studies

Suds Studies

A new EWU course will examine craft beer, from grain to glass. By Eastern Magazine In a college town, the

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Health Heroes

Kira Lewis

Eastern Graduates Are at the Heart of Spokane’s Coronavirus Response By Charles E. Reineke It is not glamorous work. The

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Transformative Vision

Transformative Vision

Not only will the new Catalyst structure help change the way the world constructs buildings, it will alter for the

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The Road Less Lethal

Prairie grasses and blooms spread for miles beneath the sun

On the Colville Reservation, deadly car crashes have become a tragic fact of life. EWU faculty and students are determined

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Mysteries of the Microbiome

Microscopic closeup of microbes

A prominent EWU scientist and his students explores new ways of thinking about a devastating neurodegenerative disease.

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