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    Anthropological Society

    The Anthropological Society provides an environment that supports the orientation and education of students studying anthropology at EWU.

    123 Isle Hall
    Cheney, Wa 99004

    Campus Advisor:
    Sarah Keller
    sarah.keller@mail.ewu.edu

    Criminal Justice Club

    The EWU Criminal Justice Club and Alpha Phi Sigma Chapter is a student-run organization featuring a range of activities to enhance student¹s education and preparation for a professional career in Criminal Justice.

    Faculty Advisor:
    John Goldman
    Phone: 509.359.7876
    Email: jgoldman@ewu.edu
    13 Hargreaves Hall
    Department of Sociology & Justice Studies
    Cheney, WA 99004

    Examples of Club Activities:
    Spokane Law Enforcement Museum Field Trip
    Walla Walla Penitentiary Tour
    Interview Skill Building
    Mock Integrity Interview

    Eagle Pride

    Eagle Price is a student group for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning) students and their allies. It's a great place to make friends, promote acceptance and inclusion, participate in activities, and plan events. Meetings and weekly socials are held in the Pride Center, Showalter 105.

    For more information contact Sandy Williams in the Pride Center at 509.359.7870 or pride@ewu.edu.

    Campus Contact:
    Sandy Williams
    359-7870
    pride@ewu.edu

    History

    Bazemore, Georgia | Lecturer
    Georgia.Bazemore@mail.ewu.edu
    (509) 359-2235 

    Conlin, Michael | Assistant Professor
    Michael.Conlin@mail.ewu.edu
    (509) 359-7851

    Dean, Robert | Assistant Professor
    Robert.Dean@mail.ewu.edu
    (509) 359-7953

    HOME (Helping Ourselves Means Education)

    HOME is a student program dedicated to assisting low-income student parents achieve a college degree. HOME provides information, networking opportunities, scholarships that assist with childcare, advocacy, a holiday giving tree, and activities for student parents and their children.

    207 Monroe Hall
    Cheney, Wa 99004
    home@ewu.edu

    www.ewuhomegroup.blogspot.com

    Campus Advisor:
    Carol Vines
    359-2898
    cvines@ewu.edu

    Model United Nations Club

    The Model United Nations Club provides opportunities that promote personal and academic success for students through debates and discussions, internship opportunities, social activities and events throughout campus.

    007 Hargreaves Hall
    Cheney, Wa 99004
    studentsiac@yahoo.com

    Campus Advisor:
    Kristin Edquist
    359-2363
    kristin.edquist@mailservers.ewu.edu 

    Mock Trial

    007 Hargreaves Hall
    Cheney, Wa 99004

    Campus Advisor:
    Jim Headley | Assistant Professor
    359-2781
    Jim.Headley@mail.ewu.edu 

    Phi Alpha Theta

    Phi Alpha Theta is the National Honor Society for History students. Omega Psi Chapter, the local organization for undergraduate and gradate History students at E.W.U., sponsors many academic and social activities throughout the year, including lecture series, movie nights, fund raisers, and student participation in the annual regional Phi Alpha Theta conference.

    Learn more about Phi Alpha Theta at EWU by visiting our Phi Alpha Theta website, or at the national website at www.phialphatheta.org.

    129 Reid Lab School
    Cheney, Wa 99004
    phialphatheta.ewu@gmail.com

    Campus Advisor:
    Ann Le Bar | Associate Professor
    359-6084
    alebar@ewu.edu

    Scary Feminists

    Are you interested in social justice? Do gender/feminist politics strike your fancy? Are you looking for an open, accepting environment where you can voice your opinions, concerns, politics, etc.? Then check out the Scary Feminists! For more information, contact us at scaryfeminists@gmail.com. Faculty Advisor Sally Winkle, 207 Monroe Hall

    Faculty Advisor:
    Sally Winkle
    207 Monroe Hall
    scaryfeminists@gmail.com

    Students Sociology Union

    Campus Advisor:
    John Neace
    359-6524
    john.neace@mail.ewu.edu

    VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood

    Voices for Planned Parenthood is a nationwide program for pro-choice college students. VOX keeps students up-to-date on current threats to reproductive health and rights, helps them mobilize support for reproductive freedom, and helps them get involved and stay involved with the pro-choice movement. For more information, contact: voxewu@gmail.com. Faculty Advisor Elizabeth Kissling, 207 Monroe Hall

    Campus Advisor:
    Elizabeth Kissling
    207 Monroe Hall
    voxewu@gmail.com

     

    Contact Information

    College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work
    121 Senior Hall
    Cheney, WA 99004

    email: dblake@ewu.edu
    phone: 509.359.6081
    fax: 509.359.6732

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