Guest lecturer H. Richard Milner IV, director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Urban Education, gives community keynote April 24.
Tour brings bilingual adaptation of “The Barber of Seville” to more than 2,000 fifth-graders in Eastern Promise program.
Elementary and middle school students from Ontario and Nyssa spend a day on campus immersed in science, April 11.
Current students are invited to join the discussion of men’s issues and mindfulness during weekly group meetings this term.
Students, families and alumni are invited to be part of this new tradition on campus. Registration is needed by April 8!
Board orientation covers OUS transition, standards of measurements for success, financial resource management and other topics with concurrent committee meetings to follow.
Contributions to First Citizens Award for American Indian and Alaskan Native students honor Jacqueline “Jackie” Leno Grant.
First spring term colloquium features Tawnya Lubbes, assistant professor of education, sharing ways EOU is serving rural students of color.
Justin Hocking, co-founder of the Wilderness Writing Track, is among three finalists for the Sarah Winnemucca Award for Creative Nonfiction.
Explore the work of art majors Alexandra Fuller, Genevieve Gaudreau, Jessie Orduno and Tanner Yarbrough, April 10-May 1.
Director Justin Chin sees EOU as a valuable resource for employers looking to hire from the state’s untapped regions.
Deneil Hill, ’10, receives support from Woodrow Wilson Foundation to complete her dissertation on changing feminist visions at the UN.
Economics class participates in live webinar with president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The Observer highlights EOU’s initiatives to serve the region and its growing minority population in the March 9 editorial column.
Congrats to the winners and participants in the “Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition!” Show continues through March 18.
EOU senior Bryn McLaughlin directs this moving drama about an unusual friendship set against the backdrop of rural Indiana in the 1930s.
Unique ensemble co-directed by Music Professors John McKinnon and Matt Cooper gives free concert at 7:30 p.m. March 12.
Xavier Romano invited to participate in RuffaloCODY/Noel-Levitz advisory board meeting in Cedar Rapids, March 11.
Join a discussion with Teresa Farrell, Ed.D., of “Visual Literacy in Pre-Service Teacher Preparation” Thursday, March 12.
Students get an introduction to new facilitated discussion groups focusing on men’s issues and mindfulness, March 11-12.