April 26, 2015

Recent News

EWU Study Helps Spokane Police Analyze Racial Bias

EWU Social Work Professor Edward Byrnes collaborated with Spokane Police to examine officer-initiated stops over a five month period. The study is helping the department address issues of bias as it implements reforms. Story from KXLY.

EWU Prof in New York Times

EWU History Professor Larry Cebula, who is also a digital archivist for the state, is included in an article in The New York Times about Clinton emails, historical records.

EWU Athletes Mentor Students

Story in the Spokesman-Review about some of our student athletes spending time with elementary school kids. Story.

EWU President Profile

Six months into the job, The Spokesman-Review checks in on new EWU President Mary Cullinan. Story.

History in the Making

Great story on EWU professor’s Spokane Historical Application.

Smaller slice of funding pie

Seattle Times Education Lab on why Higher Education seems to be getting less state funding over last few decades.

A Lasting Legacy

Spokesman-Review story on retiring EWU Biology Professor Allan Scholz and his lasting legacy. Story.

College Textbook Costs Addressed

New legislation proposed in Olympia addresses cost of books. EWU to serve as pilot program for one of the plans. Story.

EWU Study Garners Attention

Study by EWU’s Institute for Public Policy and Economic Analysis highlights Latino business contributions in Central Washington. Story.

EWU Alum Leads Ebola Fight

Maj. Gen. Gary Volesky continues to lead the U.S. Military’s effort to help win the Ebola battle. The latest.

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