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Faculty and students will provide socioeconomic analysis so communities can better understand trends, support planning efforts, and undertake economic impact analysis of specific projects or investments in the region.
Two EOU students will help bring the Urban-Rural Theatre Program to life by turning real-life stories into scripts for the stage.
Bridge Academy courses offer a fully online leg-up for professionals in healthcare and education.
In the absence of live performances, EOU is renovating main stages on campus.
Sept. 22-24 EOU’s Small Business Development Center brings the university and local businesses together.
School starts Sept. 23, and the first week of classes will be held virtually to accommodate testing for COVID-19.
Alumnus and entrepreneur Richard Chaves was elected to serve as EOU Board Chair through November 2021.
Classes will be held in flexible, in-person, hybrid and remote-access teaching formats in keeping with Oregon Health Authority and local health authorities’ guidelines.
Registration is open for students wishing to transfer to EOU.
The university will host 15 student internships in 2020-21, creating opportunities for mentoring and career development.
EOU celebrated 840 graduates on June 13, and the virtual conferral ceremony has been viewed over 7,000 times.
David Melville joined the Greater Oregon STEM Hub as executive director earlier this spring.
More than 40 members of the graduating class received awards from their academic departments and mentors.
EOU’s Board of Trustees held its final meeting of the academic year via Zoom on June 4 and approved a preliminary budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
More than 800 EOU grads will celebrate remotely – yet together – on June 13.
Alumnus Calvin Edward observed monkeys stealing from humans and damaging agriculture and property. His master’s research project seeks ways to protect infrastructure and ideologies where they interact with wild animals.
Mariah Meyerholz entered EOU undecided, but she knew she wanted to help people.
Founding faculty member, Shannon Donovan, Ph.D., of the Sustainable Rural Systems program finds “there are a lot of opportunities to do things differently, address needs, and figure out how to meet them.”
EOU announced that students and employees will work in teams to create resumption plans for every area of the university.
Business instructor and alumna Kat Yamamoto presents research about the global food industry’s sustainability engagement score at Colloquium.
Faculty and students will provide socioeconomic analysis so communities can better understand trends, support planning efforts, and undertake economic impact analysis of specific projects or investments in the region.Read more
University leaders are seeking input ahead of the Nov. 12 decision. Read more
Two EOU students will help bring the Urban-Rural Theatre Program to life by turning real-life stories into scripts for the stage. Read more