Licensed occupational therapist June Wilson shares career insights for next Health Speaker Series, Nov. 29.
More than 200 local performers take the stage for The Observer’s 21st Anniversary Holiday Music Festival, Dec. 1-2.
Students and community members perform in symphonic band’s winter concert, Nov. 26.
Richard Hermens, retired professor of chemistry, receives prestigious honor as American Chemical Society Fellow.
Display tells stories of seven different families that immigrated to Oregon, some as early as the 1700′s.
Book launch & reception celebrate new collection of essays “Keeping the Swarm” by George Venn, emeritus professor.
Jazz & guitar ensembles present fall concert, Nov. 19.
College Nights offer valuable planning tips for students & families; attend this free event at EOU Nov. 13!
Experience diversity through the five senses during International Education Week, Nov. 12-16.
Professor Matt Cooper and special guests perform for “Birthday Bash” at Stage Door Theater, Nov. 16.
EOU honors and remembers veterans at ceremony Nov. 12.
Performances by Nixyaawii drummers and Mark Stratton launch EOU’s Native American Heritage Month celebration.
Writing Center director focuses on study of self-efficacy among student tutors for next colloquium, Nov. 8.