Education faculty share effective strategies for encouraging students to complete their reading assignments, May 12.
Students and faculty at EOU are improving air quality forecasting for communities in rural southeastern Oregon.
Students are sharing their original research and creative projects from throughout the year! Activities begin at 9 a.m. May 18.
Kirsten Furlong of BSU’s Visual Arts Center juries annual exhibition of student work across majors. See it through June 9.
Two teams of EOU math majors test their cryptanalysis skills, placing sixth and 24th in Kryptos challenge this spring.
Jeff Gudman, GOP candidate for Oregon’s state treasurer, will be on campus Thursday to meet with students and community members.
Sarah Witte, a longtime professor and administrator at EOU, has been selected for the school’s top academic post.
College charter teams share enrollment activities with EOU’s Board of Trustees during April 21 meeting.
Join Professor Teresa Farrell for an interactive presentation on tech tools for 21st century learning this Thursday.
Music students work with sought-after session singer Kathy Kosins during two-day residency on campus this week.
Sid Leiken, GOP candidate for Oregon’s secretary of state, will be on campus Sunday to meet with voters and talk about his campaign.
Guest speakers from Western Washington University give community keynote and workshop for teachers, April 29-30.
Trustees receive update on Trek Leadership Team’s impact on enrollment at next regular public meeting, April 21.
More than 20 new trees will soon be taking root as EOU works to become a nationally recognized Tree Campus USA. Get involved!
Members of the Navigators and Polynesian clubs at EOU share island hospitality during 29th annual event Saturday, April 23.
Award-winning American jazz musician coaches students, performs during April 21 residency at EOU.
EOU’s Chamber Choir, African Drumming and 45th Parallel ensembles give benefit concert in John Day April 17.
Media arts and communication major Brittany Hargrove brings national talk radio show host to campus for senior project May 3.
Celebrate Native American culture during the annual spring powwow May 6-7. Activities are family-friendly, free and open to the public.
Senior exhibition delves into experiences of being human through sculpture, photography, painting and mixed media.