A new donor to EWU recognizes the potential in Eastern students and has signed on to help support those who show the moxie it takes to earn a degree. The Krumble Foundation, a Spokane charitable organization, has generously pledged $1.35 million in scholarship support to ensure more students see graduation day.
David Line, PhD, the director of Eastern Washington University's Public Health Program, received the COVID-19 vaccine in Spokane on Wednesday.
For an eighth year, the Activist in Residence program will bring an activist to campus to work with EWU students, staff, faculty and community members.
President David May hosted a virtual town hall Thursday to discuss the future of the university. Employees were encouraged to share their thoughts on the vision of the university moving forward.
The University Recreation Center—or URC—has reopened with limited capacity under Phase 1 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s new “Healthy Washington” plan.
Amy Tan, best known for her work "The Joy Luck Club," is virtually visiting EWU for a reading and conversation on Friday, Jan. 22.