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The first Sustainable Rural Systems cohort will take an active role in transforming a former school in Baker City.
The Nightingale Gallery hosts the senior capstone show, opening April 21.
Professor Darren Dutto used motion capture technology to analyze how a pianist’s gestures affect the quality of a performance.
Two College of Education programs received a combined $550,000 in grants to expand rural teacher preparation.
Exercise science data helps firefighters stay fit throughout the year.
The College of Business excelled in 2020, and has plans to expand opportunity even further this year.
Loso Hall is set to reopen in April with state-of-the-art facilities in McKenzie and Schwarz theatres.
On-campus undergraduates and returning online undergrads won’t see a tuition rate increase next year.
Working educators can earn their bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education through a new hybrid cohort.
High-achieving transfer students are eligible for a number of benefits when they enroll at EOU.
A new pathway offers parents of young children greater access to higher education.
An 18-credit online program offers working educators opportunity certification in Trauma in Educational Communities.
President Tom Insko hosts a live webinar alongside EOU students and faculty on Feb. 24.
Trustees approved new degrees in the College of Business and College of Education
Business professor Laura Gow-Hogge presents an EOU Colloquium about short-term study abroad programs on Feb. 25.
History professor Ryan Dearinger digs into “Beer’s Dirty Work” in his new book, and will present his research at an EOU Colloquium Feb. 11.
Applicants looking to enroll for fall 2021 can save up to $50 by submitting their application between Feb. 13 and March 15.
Hands-on curriculum offers students options for a BA, BS or BAS in Cybersecurity.
Education professor Amanda Villagómez presents her research at EOU Colloquium Jan. 28 via Zoom.
Members of the art faculty at EOU display their recent work in the on-campus gallery.
The first Sustainable Rural Systems cohort will take an active role in transforming a former school in Baker City.Read more
The Nightingale Gallery hosts the senior capstone show, opening April 21.Read more
Professor Darren Dutto used motion capture technology to analyze how a pianist's gestures affect the quality of a performance. Read more