The search for Eastern’s provost and vice president for academic affairs ended with the selection of John Mason, Ph.D. Mason will travel from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where he is currently the dean of the College of Liberal Studies, to fill the provost position, vacant at Eastern since June of 2005.
The current financial model for the Eagle Pass program that allows students to travel on buses for free with an Eagle Card, is not a sustainable way of supporting the Spokane Transit Authority and ASEWU partnership, said ASEWU President Alicia Kinne in a council meeting a week ago.
“Volunteering early will help you get hired,” said Kitty Klitzke, a representative from The Lands Council at Wednesday’s Service Fest in the campus mall. Over 40 local non profit agencies gathered in the mall Sept. 27 to share advice and meet with students interested in internships, volunteering and service learning. With the sun shining and […]
You might not consider them close friends right now, but the Cheney fire fighters are standing by to save your life 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “When someone calls 911, we’re going to be there in two to four minutes,” said Battalion Chief Michael Ault. “The [Emergency Medical Services] levy passing really […]
Dr. James Ochwa-Echel knows something about diversity. He has spent the better part of his academic and professional career developing a passion for it, including natural conservation work in Uganda and the National Institute of Health. He has come to Eastern Washington University as the new Faculty Fellow for Diversity with master’s degrees in International […]