Rob Scheps, a saxophonist, flutist and bandleader from New York, is heading to campus February 18.
It was a plethora of different shades of pink on Thursday afternoon, but the students from EOU stood behind a unified message.
Ryan Dearinger, associate professor of history, shares selections from his new book “The Filth of Progress” at 6 p.m. March 4.
Alex McHaddad returns from week in Iowa working with national network of students supporting Jeb Bush for president.
Opening reception, awards presentation for “Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition” is Friday in Nightingale Gallery.
Join MESA Club members and hit the pavement February 13 to help raise funds for families with home heating emergencies.
EOU’s Board of Trustees seeks to fill three seats opening at the end of June when faculty, student and staff positions expire.
More than 400 high-schoolers from around the region converge at EOU February 4 to test their skills in business-related fields.
Hear from marketing executive Bill Imada and attend career fair for education majors next week. Learn more!
Join Amanda Villagómez, Ed.D., to learn more about her qualitative research into online instruction at the colloquium Thursday, Jan. 28.
Finance was the focus at Thursday’s meeting, which also included a special honorary posthumous degree presentation.
Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing ranked ninth on a new list of top 50 schools offering affordable online graduate degrees.
EOU is bringing your favorite music from movies, musicals and video games to life in “Soundtracks” opening January 29-30.
Financial update, honorary degree presentation, Rails with Trails Project on agenda of next regular public Board of Trustees meeting.
Help EOU’s voice be heard in Salem by advocating for support of higher education funding in Oregon.
New guide arms students with information about institutions like EOU that go out of their way to give back to men and women in uniform.
Addition of women’s wrestling, reinstatement of men’s wrestling was announced Monday with program set to begin this fall.
Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort general manager shares his “skiing lifestyle” and how he connects his passions with a career.
Professor Kelly Rice gives presentation on connecting your passions with professional pursuits Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Educator, writer, actor and social activist Ron Jones gives workshop and feature comedy presentation February 13.