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Geek Out! CSTEM Students Demo Senior Projects
Its like a Maker Fair gone wild. A giant wood wind turbine takes up the south wall. A Gesture-Controlled Vehicle zooms around the floor between peoples legs. David Covillo explains how his team’s wireless Smart Sprinkler Head (which team member Andrew Decker 3-D printed) wastes far less water than conventional sprinklers. As opposed to just […]
Brain (not) at Rest: Olin Anderson’s Circuitous Path to EWU Computer Science
Ten years after starting college as a running start student, Olin Anderson, 28, is ready to graduate with his Masters in Computer Science. He recently took a break from his thesis to share his story, one filled with a passion for knowledge, for challenges, and picking up new skill sets. Growing up in the wheat […]
19th Annual Creative Works Symposium Shows what EWU can do for You
EWU undergrads and grad students show off their final projects and give presentations at the 2016 EWU Research and Creative Symposium. It is the culmination of countless hours of research, and critical thinking, data analysis, and presentation design. The event encompasses all majors, from STEM to the Humanities. For a complete list of the […]
Kolod Aljohani Finds Strength at EWU
Kolod Aljohani is an International Student from Saudi Arabia. She and her husband Tariq Alrefai came to EWU three years ago after he researched midsized colleges with reputable engineering programs. He liked that EWU’s main campus was in a small town as this would keep distractions to a minimum during the week, but with Spokane […]
And You Thought College Was Confusing
“It’s easier if career exploration and development begins during the first year, not the last.” ~ Ryan Weldon Most freshman arrive at college undecided as to what they want to major in, and many mistakenly put off getting their resume together until senior year. EWU Career Advisor Ryan Weldon gets it. “[It’s] a lot for […]
Get Lit! 2016: Garth Stein Races to Sunny Spokane
Get Lit! 2016: EWU Hosts Week-long Literary Festival Garth Stein came to the Fox Theater as part of Get Lit! 2016. EWU’s annual one-week literary festival. The author of New York Times bestselling novel “The Art of Racing in the Rain” talked about growing up in Seattle in the ‘80’s, going to college in NYC, […]
EWU Promises EPIC Adventures
“Hanging out around a campsite is a natural way to socialize and meet people.” – Brent Goodson When you walk up to the EPIC climbing wall most mornings, you will see a group of students learning the ropes, usually there is a actual class. But any student can climb, starting with bouldering, which requires no […]
EWU Computer Science students hack vintage pinball machine, win bonus points. Each Fall quarter, energetic Computer Science professor Paul Schimpf shares his love for old pinball games in a course entitled “Embedded Real-Time Control,” aka “Pinball Class.” Using a colorful “early digital” pinball machine called Mata Hara ( from 1978!), STEM students learn the basics […]
The EWU Learning Commons: Success is a Group Effort
The Learning Common’s promise is to “Provide a collaborative intellectual setting that inspires excellence in learning.” And they deliver on this promise. Gone are the days when college students hide away all around campus (though quiet areas to study still abound). EWU’s drop-in group-study area is filled with tables and whiteboards, the Multimedia Lab, and […]
The Happy Hobbit Houses of Cheney
A cluster of hobbit houses exists in peace and quiet a few minutes away from EWU’s busy main campus. Since Bilbo and his kind left for the Shire thirty years, the hobbit houses are filled with Eastern students. Their feet all appear to be normal sizes, and most wear shoes. They are a rather secretive […]
Admitted Student Day - April 7
April 07, 2017 - Four events to choose from! Visit campus, meet your professors and get questions answered.
Admitted Student Day - April 21
April 21, 2017 - Four events to choose from! Visit campus, meet your professors and get questions answered.
Seattle Spring Information Night
April 25, 2017 - Discover your next steps after being admitted to EWU, including how to apply for housing, academic advising and classes.
Tri-Cities Spring Information Night
April 25, 2017 - Discover your next steps after being admitted to EWU, including how to confirm, apply for housing, and sign up for academic advising.
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