Join Steve Clements, business faculty member and mayor of La Grande, for a conversation about community and opportunities, May 14.
Interactive program prompts participants to examine their own biases and stand up for equity and social justice, May 15-16.
Activities include 5K walk/run, health-related booths, live music, raffle items, health screenings and fitness demonstrations. Sign-up now!
National guidebook distinguishes EOU as the only school in Oregon to be included on its new list of best public colleges.
Matt Cooper’s “Duke Ellington as Pianist” praised in current issue of “Notes: the Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association.”
Alumni, students and the community are invited to stop by and join the celebration of EOU’s new space in the rebuilt ESD building.
Learn how to make a mouth-watering Dutch oven dish or dessert during the inaugural cookout on campus, May 6!
Finalists in the search for EOU’s next president got to know the campus and community better during meetings this week and last.
Upcoming show juried by Karl Davis of Crow’s Shadow features work by EOU students from a variety of disciplines. See it May 15-June 12!
Ontario, Ore. native and IW Group, Inc. founder shares advice on careers in advertising, marketing, public relations, internships and more May 4.
Climbing wall in Quinn Coliseum opens in the afternoon and evening four days a week. No gear? No problem. Rent it through EOU’s Outdoor Program.
Celebrated jazz flugelhornist and composer shares business strategies for musicians and teachings of his mentor, the legendary Art Farmer.
Pierce Library offers treats and tips on how to access, search and request images from the digital archives, April 29.
Justin Hocking receives 2015 Sarah Winnemucca Award for Creative Nonfiction for memoir “The Great Floodgates of the Wonderworld.”
Student Advocates for Gender Equality (S.A.G.E.) club organizes book sale to benefit Gender and Sexuality Resource Center on campus.
Sign up now for this fun day of rock climbing at nearby High Valley, Saturday, April 25. All experience levels are welcome!
Annual gathering celebrating Native American culture and tradition includes Friendship Feast, Speel-Ya Run and arts and crafts, May 15-16.
Join visiting history instructor for a discussion of “The Terrorism Label: Propaganda and the U.S.-Contra War” at 4 p.m. next Thursday.
EOU among top 30 affordable schools, named by Great Value Colleges, offering online bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education.
Supporters of Oregon’s technical and regional universities gather in Salem for day of legislative engagement and advocacy, May 19.