Shakira Bandolin, ’09 EOU graduate, begins her residency at UC Davis School of Medicine on a high note.
Oregon Senate committee approves nine individuals nominated by Governor Kitzhaber as members of EOU’s first Board of Trustees.
Fall Convocation activities mark the return of faculty as EOU prepares to start a new academic year!
Center for Culturally Responsive Practices welcomes Geneva Gay from the University of Washington-Seattle, Sept. 19-20.
What is it about Eastern Promise that makes it the darling of education reform in Oregon?
Men’s soccer will begin competition in fall 2015, with search for head coach and recruitment of student-athletes underway now.
College of Education launches grant-funded programs to increase number of minority teachers in Oregon, boost interest in STEM.
National guidebook names EOU a College of Distinction for excelling in student-focused education.
Computer science program continues as tangible benefit to regional and statewide economy.
Professor Nancy Knowles awarded 2014 Phi Kappa Phi Literacy Grant to support youth writing programs.