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.
Four finalists have been selected in the search for EOU’s next president. Candidates visit campus beginning April 22.
Sixth annual Eastern Oregon Film Festival is coming up May 7-9 with two events happening in Schwarz Theatre on campus!
GO-STEM Hub invites area teachers, students and professionals to connect during unique educational events in April and May.
EOU welcomes more than 300 high school students to campus for math contest, offers scholarships to first-place finishers in five categories.
Polynesian and Navigators club members share island culture through food, music and dance Saturday, April 18.
Award-winning author Evan Morgan Williams shares new short stories for inaugural Carl and Sandra Ellston Ars Poetica Reading Series.
Community invited to give testimony on budget priorities during legislative committee field hearing at EOU Friday, April 10.
Annual event is an opportunity for students to share their original research and creative work with peers, faculty, staff and the public.
Orientation with administration continues to bring EOU’s future into focus during a special meeting of its Board of Trustees held Friday.
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.