No swift effort planned after Eastern report unveiled

CHENEY – The release of the Strategic Resource Allocation report to the Eastern Washington University Board of Trustees on Dec. 6 put the spotlight on the future of hundreds of programs.

Now comes the process of putting action behind the recommendations, but do not expect any swift conclusion.

All told over the past several months a committee of 16 staff members ranked over 200 programs and services at Eastern into five categories — or quintiles.

Graded top to bottom, to findings ranged from those in which the university should continue to invest or disinvest. In between, the three categories...


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