Health promotion specialist takes on topics like college life, relationships and substance use January 30-31.
Celebrate, Educate and Appreciate Diversity Conference February 18 features national speakers and is free for EOU students.
EOU Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for Thursday is canceled due to extreme weather and driving conditions in Union County.
Eastern Oregon Backcountry Festival returns for fifth fun-filled weekend celebrating winter recreation, January 20-22.
Two area businesses are bolstering music scholarships and annual performances through pledges to the EOU Foundation.
Successful activity program continues in La Grande, expands to Baker Middle School.
Join Professor Bill Grigsby for this week’s colloquium and learn the results of an 18-month study of resources in Umatilla County.
Multicultural Center marks Martin Luther King Junior Day with coat drive and film showing, January 16
New book chronicles remarkable life of rural Oregon woman. Meet the author Jan. 17.
Eight students selected to receive a new scholarship funded by the National Science Foundation complete their first term at EOU.
Upcoming colloquium presenters announced beginning with Bill Grigsby, associate professor of sociology, January 12.
Gain an in-depth look at the studio practices of EOU’s accomplished and internationally recognized visual arts faculty.
College Choice ranks EOU’s online bachelor’s in business administration degree among the top 50 best programs in the country.
EOU’s campus and offices are closing during the holidays beginning December 24 and reopening January 3.
New guides for military friendly colleges and universities list Eastern among top-rated schools for military and veteran students.
A thousand white LED’s adorn the giant sequoia on campus for the holidays thanks to help from two area businesses.
EOU welcomes Lacy Karpilo, Ph.D., as its vice president for student affairs in February.
Ryan Dearinger, author of “The Filth of Progress,” is contributing to the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project.
Generous contribution from Oregon Agriculture Foundation makes replacement of venue’s velvet drapes possible.
Students host event as thank you to local law enforcement and first responders.