Wednesday, August 31, 2005


Eastern has its Academic Progress Rate recalculated by NCAA

To make the measure of APR in NCAA athletics fair across the board, the NCAA recalculated EWU's APR score to account for the school being on a quarters system.

NCAA Sports


EWU professor talks about salmon vs. dams issue

Bill Kelley, an urban and regional planning professor at Eastern lends a moderate voice to a contentious issue in this piece about saving salmon vs. dam breaching in the Northwest.

Dissident Voice

Monday, August 29, 2005


Pugh takes post in Arkansas

The University of Arkansas announced Danny Pugh as their new dean of students. Pugh, currently EWU's dean of students, will start his new duties in Fayetteville on Sept. 26. He worked at Eastern for five years and was well-regarded by students, faculty and staff, alike.

Fayetteville Morning News

Thursday, August 25, 2005


Former KEWU DJ visits campus

Found a nice post on Robert Potter's blog recounting his recent trip back to campus after a long hiatus. Potter, who received his bachelor's and master's degrees from EWU, is now a professor at the University of Indiana.

He paid a visit to his old stomping grounds at KEWU and got updated on the station's recent award, "Best Small Market Jazz Station" in the U.S., and visited with Beth Farris, the station's program director, who was named "Small Market Programmer of the Year."

Check it out...

The Audio Prof blog

Wednesday, August 10, 2005


Keep up on what the Seahawks are doing at Eastern

Hankerin' for some Seahawks training camp news? Follow the link below for all the news that's fit to send over the Internet about the Hawks during their stay here at Eastern Washington University...



EWU music prof gives tips on how to enjoy practice

Philip Baldwin, assistant professor of viola and violin in EWU's Music Department is featured in a Strings Magazine piece where he gives tips on how to keep instrument practice sessions fresh and interesting.

Strings Magazine


Program leads students to EWU from abroad

An academic enrichment program is keeping low-income kids in California's Bay Area on track for college. The program led a San Mateo student to choose EWU as her college because of Eastern's reputation of preparing students for criminal justice careers.

San Mateo County Times

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