Campus • Culture • Community • Connection
The Office for Diversity and Inclusion, headed by Vice President Shari Clarke, PhD, promotes an inclusive and welcoming community fully embracing diverse individuals, thoughts, and ideas. We strive to become a microcosm of society reflecting diversity within the student, faculty, and staff populations.
EWU’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion is committed to the inclusion and celebration of all people and cultures, and we value each individual’s intrinsic worth. In its commitment to diversity and inclusion, EWU exemplifies the guiding principles of Campus, Culture, Community, and Connection in our services, programs, resources, and civic engagements.
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We’re so proud to be a recipient of the HEED Award and will continue to work towards creating a campus and school environment that promotes Diversity and Inclusion!! This is our first year being recognized for this achievement, but we won’t stop there. We will keep working towards a better future for all. Visit The […]
Video Available: President’s Dialogue on Diversity Institutionalized White Fragility: What Does that Mean to You? Presented by Dr. Claudine Richardson, Director of Student Development, Diversity, and Equity Tuesday, January 29, 2019 Walter and Myrtle Powers Reading Room Hargreaves 201 12:00pm-1:00pm* Lunch is provided For questions, please contact Kim Davis at 509.359.6874 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Commitment to Diversity
At Eastern Washington University, we
are committed to a campus climate that
welcomes and respects diversity. These
efforts are championed by our campus
leadership and the Office for Diversity
and Inclusion. EWU is a microcosm of
society reflecting diversity of people,
ideas, beliefs and philosophies.
Eastern Washington University is
located in the city of Cheney, WA, a
thriving small town community located
17 miles southwest of Spokane. The
Cheney community provides a rural,
family friendly atmosphere and home to
its EWU Eagles.
Nearby Spokane, WA, is the financial,
cultural and retail center for a large area
of Washington, Idaho and Western
Montana known as the Inland
Northwest. Spokane, the 2nd largest city
in the state of Washington, lives up to
its tagline, “Near Nature, Near Perfect.”
The Spokane-Cheney area offers the
benefits of residing in a metropolitan
area, including a rich arts and culture
scene, with nearby opportunities for
small town living.
Director of Diversity
The Director of Diversity manages the strategic, communication and programmatic aspects of the Office for Diversity & Inclusion, while enhancing the culture of inclusion at EWU and contributing to the educational mission.
EWU is a welcoming and affirming place for those who identify as LGBTQ+ and allies.
Provides space for all underrepresented students and student of color to build community around shared identities.