Late EWU social work professor honored at commencement


Last updated 7/3/2019 at 8am

Eric Galey

Wearing their "What Would Lu Do?" stoles: Leta Lawhead (back row right) with graduate John Dunn. Front row (l-r) are students Kaysha Lautenschlager, Nichole Zeober, Anna O'Connor, Alan Port and Heather Lannigan.

Students from EWU's School of Social Work commemorated a beloved instructor who passed away during the school year by wearing special stoles for the June 15 graduation ceremony.

LuAnn "Lu" Brown, who died last October, served the social work profession, the community, and Eastern's Social Work program for more than two decades as a senior lecturer and associate director of the field education program.

As so many have written since her death, however, a list of Brown's credentials doesn't adequately explain the amazing impact and influence she had on her students, coworkers and peers as a t...

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