Embrace the spirit of Cinco de Mayo with events all week long April 30, 2013 LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – The La Familia Club at Eastern Oregon University invites the campus community to join in a week-long celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War from 1861-1867, […]
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival award signals more good things to come for young EOU guitarist.
Annual Indian Arts Festival Spring Powwow is a celebration of diversity, May 17-18.
EOU is bringing innovative agribusiness education to Hermiston and Columbia Gorge region.
How “messing around” informs problem-solving for budding engineers News contact: Laura Hancock | University Advancement 541-962-3585 | firstname.lastname@example.org April 22, 2013 LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) - Carol Lauritzen, Ph.D., professor of education, looks inside the minds of engineers for the next colloquium Thursday, April 25 at EOU. Lauritzen’s research poses the following questions: What are students learning about […]
President’s Commission on the Status of Women at EOU seeking volunteers for day of service, April 27.
Students share success of EOU’s SAFE Zone program at Power of One Conference at BSU.
Swordsman-poet Joshua McKinney reads from his latest collection, “Mad Cursive,” at Pierce Library April 25.
Annual spring book sale supports Women’s Research and Resource Center at EOU, April 25-27.
Second in a series of capstone exhibitions featuring works by senior art students opens April 26.
President Bob Davies provides an update on EOU’s activities at open reception in John Day, April 17.
Students share Pacific Island culture, traditions at 26th annual Island Magic Lu’au and Show.
First EOU confab is taking an outside the box approach to cultivating leadership among students.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with reading by Northwest author Keetje Kuipers, April 16.