College of Education hosts regional high-schoolers participating in Oregon Teacher Pathway program, October 26.
EOU celebrates launch of Wallowa-Whitman Charter Ranger District with information fair and reception, October 27.
Concert features guest artist and fiddler Jon Newton performing bluegrass favorites with minimal amplification, October 27.
American Chemical Society recognizes EOU’s student chapter with its highest honor for activities, including Girls in Science.
Learn about Oregon’s changing demographic and its issues surrounding racial integration with Emily Drew, October 17.
Discover EOU’s premier literary magazine and meet local literary talent during evening event October 12.
Peter Rock visits EOU October 20 to read from his newest novel about sisters and how the unseen acts upon the world.
“The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr” opens season dedicated to the English playwright. See the show October 12-15 and 21-22.
It’s Homecoming at EOU, October 20-22! Festivities coincide with the seventh annual Eastern Oregon Film Festival (EOFF).
Elizabeth Woody, Oregon’s eighth Poet Laureate and first woman and Native American Laureate, visits October 18.
EOU partnership with Klamath Community College to be formalized in ceremony at Kingsley Field, October 13.
Join the conversation with Peter Maille, associate professor of economics, for the first colloquium of fall term October 13.
Touring division hits the road this month with an enchanting production of “Hansel and Gretel.” See it at EOU October 10.
Carl and Sandra Ellston Ars Poetica Literary Lecture Series presents readings by EOU faculty and students this fall.
Yoshihiro Kitai, of Portland, gives screen-printing demo/workshop for students and public talk about his work October 10.
Author Chris Dombrowski reads from his new memoir, “Body of Water,” October 11.
Students invited to audition October 2 for production based on real-life, WWII era, all woman amateur dramatics troupe.
Join students, faculty and staff for EOU’s annual Homecoming Parade Friday, Oct. 21. Register now!
Space is still available to register for several OUT 180 classes offered through EOU’s Outdoor Adventure Program this fall.
Nightingale Gallery’s opening exhibit features 22 artists whose work transcends simplicity to become expressions of visual elegance.