Wednesday, June 29, 2005


Seahawks coming to EWU on July 29

The Seattle Seahawks posted their start date for summer training camp on their website yesterday.

Spokesman Review


Governor visits new crime lab on EWU campus

The program started about five minutes earlier than scheduled, causing several folks to miss Governor Gregoire's comments about the crime lab, which was a shame because she talked about the positives that will come out of this arrangement for both EWU and the State Patrol. The SRO crowd also got excellent tours of the crime lab by the facility's expert staff.

Spokesman Review

Wednesday, June 22, 2005


Shovic talks about poor cybersecurity in Caldwell piece

Recent cybersecurity fiascos were the subject of a Bert Caldwell piece the other day that featured some expert insight from EWU cybersecurity guru John Shovic.

Spokesman Review


EWU criminal justice grads profiled in blog

Nice profile and report in Bill McCrory's blog, Whitecaps -- which, as a whole, is a very interesting read, by the way...

Pizza and Honors

Tuesday, June 14, 2005


A sampling of Eastern's incoming Class of 2009

Here are some news clips of students and athletes from around the state and country headed to Eastern to start their college experience next year...

Andrew Madison, Kenjamine Jackson, Tyler Jolley, Neal Zumwalt, Elmera Takhtrawan, Baily Hollis & Erica Dalesky, Anthony Torres, Susan Belanger, Heather Smiley, Taylor Remme, Abby Jensen, Brittney Doran, Rachel Berger, Vetu Mam, Bonnie Millard


Microsoft gives EWU and Cheney School District $2.5 million

Microsoft Corp. opened up the piggy bank and gave EWU and the Cheney School District a $2.5 million Partners in Learning grant. The grant money will be used to research the effectiveness of remedial reading, math and writing programs.

Puget Sound Business Journal


Eagle grad/LPGA pro returns to her roots

Kris Monaghan, a graduate of EWU's recreation management program and 15-year veteran of the LPGA golf tour returned to her home state of New Mexico to take the head pro position at Taos Country Club. Monaghan was a two-time All-American during her collegiate career at New Mexico.

Los Alamos Monitor


Eastern grad focusing on Indian students

Alvina Cawston's in-depth undergrad research on the acculturization of Native American students in the EWU American Indian Studies program is leading to a continuation of her work in Oklahoma and led to a front page appearance in the Spokesman on EWU commencement day.

It was a proud moment for Lake Roosevelt H.S. alums (like me) throughout the world...

Spokesman Review


Keller and EWU students find coffin buried under Third Avenue

What started out as just looking into where a few bones found in the Third Ave. reconstruction in Spokane came from ended up taking a strange twist, as Eastern's distinguished anthropology professor Sarah Keller and her EWU students unearthed an old wooden coffin, believed to be from Spokane's pioneer days.

Spokesman Review, KXLY -- includes streaming video...

Follow up... The coffin and bones are in limbo as officials decide what to do with them.

Spokesman Review


Former Eastern athletics trainer makes Hall of Fame

Keith Kleven is now a hall of famer -- the former EWU athletic trainer (1971) and now renowned physical therapist was inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame last week. Among his former clients are Tiger Woods, Greg Maddux, Mike Tyson and Jason Giambi.

Las Vegas Review-Journal


New physical therapy doctor talks about EWU experience

Amber Wagenblast, one of 34 physical therapy program students who received their doctorate degrees from EWU on Saturday, recounts her experience as a member of the university's first-ever doctoral class.

Spokesman Review

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