Maj. Gen. Gary Volesky continues to lead the U.S. Military’s effort to help win the Ebola battle. The latest.
See the story from the December, 2014 issue of College Planning & Management magazine:
Spokane Journal of Business profiles new EWU President Mary Cullinan. Story Link.
State Universities call for reinvestment to boost student success and freeze tuition. Seattle Times.
An EWU professor who grew up in Virginia is receiving national publicity for his efforts to build a replica of Thomas Jefferson’s famous home. This story has been picked up nationally.
Spokesman-Review takes a look at how new Reverse Transfer program benefits students. Story.
Maj. Gen. Gary Volesky ’83 (BA military science) is now the Commander of Operation United Shield, the operation in Liberia which involves the U.S. military working with the Liberian military to train healthcare workers and to build Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) around the country.
Volesky assumed command of one of the country’s most storied military divisions in U.S. history on June 20. He’s Eagle 6, the new Commanding General of the “Screaming Eagles,” the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
Here is the story on Volesky and Operation United Shield from Liberia: The Inquirer Newspaper
New EWU President visited several eastern Washington communities recently. Columbia Basin Herald had a chance to catch up with Mary Cullinan. Story.
State public colleges/universities have responded to the Governor’s request to map out what a 15% reduction would look like. The scenarios are not good, as reported by The Seattle Times.