EOU board makes recommendation for tuition increase and prepares for presidential transition, among other actions.
GO-STEM Hub partners with companies to provide summer opportunities for educators and community members.
EOU’s formal outdoor Commencement Ceremony starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 13 and will be streamed live.
New online program prepares paramedics to become administrators and managers in the specialized field of emergency medical healthcare.
Student improv ensemble performs jazz, blues, pop and other music for Haven from Hunger benefit event.
EOU Chamber Choir, Men’s and Women’s choirs join forces for a celebration of global music and rhythms.
Proposed tuition increase, presidential transition, new university programs and other items will be discussed at next regular public meeting.
Shahayla Ononaiye wins her division at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Classical Festival and regional competition.
Ted Brown’s love of teaching and sustainable forestry will be celebrated during tree dedication ceremony Saturday, May 30.
Antique safe, vehicles, compound miter saw and metal shears among items available through first sale.
Join the discussion with Bill Grigsby, Ph.D., of “Democracy on Junk Food: Processed News and the Body Politic,” May 28.
Xavier Romano, vice president for Student Services at EOU, shares message of “Si se puede…living your dream..”
EOU grad Deneil Hill returns May 27 to share her current work at Binghamton University where she is a doctoral candidate in history.
La Grande Shakespeare Company, in partnership with EOU, presents intimate conversation with one of England’s finest Shakespearean actors.
Visiting artist works with freshmen and sophomore music theory classes, teaches guitar lessons May 22.
Music program graduates are giving free performances and sharing their senior projects now through June 12!
Students may enter to win $500 toward tuition when attending interactive sessions covering everything from identity theft to budgeting tips.
Hilarity ensues for a newlywed couple when one of them attempts to mail order Scandinavian glassware in “No Sex Please, We’re British.”
Tom Insko, an eastern Oregon native and EOU graduate, will begin serving in his new role as the university’s 12th president July 1.
Public access to May 12 announcement available in Inlow Hall, Room 201, with reception to follow at 3 p.m. in the Gilbert Center.