Military Times announces Best for Vets: Colleges 2016 rankings and EOU is on the list of online and nontraditional schools.
We’re celebrating the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide November 16-20 at EOU.
Two faculty members prepare to make their final appearances on the EOU stage in this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
Try a new sport, develop technical skills and take advantage of seasonal recreational activities available in eastern Oregon.
New college ranking looks at economic value and finds our alumni are earning more than expected, placing EOU second in the state.
Ryan Dearinger delves into a dark and often-untold part of America’s past in his new book “The Filth of Progress.”
Drop by the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario for an informal reception with EOU President Tom Insko Monday, Nov. 9.
Barbershop owner’s unique project enables patrons to give something back when they have a little – or a lot – taken off the top.
Recording artist, actress and advocate for adopted and foster children appears with “The Johnsons” at the Gilbert Center, Nov. 4.
Annual event is devoted to supporting local nonprofit organizations, and this year students will benefit through a new scholarship.
Zola Dunbar, class of ’57, passed away October 8. She and her husband Don became education leaders and now their scholarship is helping other students.
Get a glimpse into the diversity of drawing produced by Pacific Northwest artists showing at Nightingale Gallery, Nov. 13-Dec. 9.
Interested in transferring to EOU? Advisor Jacelyn Keys will answer questions at events in Hermiston and Pendleton in November.
Dr. William “Bud” Pierce, Republican candidate for Oregon governor, talks about issues affecting the state October 28.
EOU theatre program presents hilarious whodunit written by Rob Urbinati and directed by senior theatre student Saajan Chauhan.
Damien Gilley, of Portland, shares his work on site-specific perceptual installations that combine drawing and sculptural approaches.
Aaron Thornburg, Ph.D., joins a select group of peers honored by the American Anthropology Association, November 19.
Board of Trustees convenes for first meeting as an official governing body since assuming full leadership of the university July 1.
Nika Blasser shares work in wide range of media exploring intersections between highly manipulated forms and organic genesis.
EOU updates its alcohol and drug policy to address questions following the state’s legalization of recreational marijuana.