The STM and Health Career Fair on March 14 included almost two dozen employers. Students explored opportunities in Badgely Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
When completed, the 66,000-plus square-foot, multi-use indoor facility will be the first new building constructed at the university in nearly 30 years.
Oregon high school students can earn college credit while exploring natural resource sciences in this week-long summer course.
Students in grades three to 12 will gather for a day of writing workshops March 10 at EOU.
The latest edition of the student-produced publication features research, artwork and editing by current EOU students.
Nick West, a graduate student in OHSU’s medicine program, will speak to EOU students and community members March 6.
Students from across the region received accolades at the exhibition’s opening event. Artwork will remain on display until March 21.
Student-faculty research builds confident, competent graduates.
EOU’s updated Master’s of Arts in Teaching degree allows students to work and learn from anywhere.
Author Polly Buckingham will read from her collection on Feb. 15.
Eastern Oregon University’s Board of Trustees explored a comprehensive agenda at their first meeting of the year on Feb. 1.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) explored campus and worked hand in hand with EOU Business students.
EOU professor organizes Literary London tour. Deadline to sign up Feb. 15.
The Board will convene for its regular meeting Thursday, Feb. 1 in La Grande.
U.S. News and World Report included EOU in its top 100 providers of online bachelor’s degrees.
EOU students, faculty invite kids from across the region to explore engineering and computer science through annual competition.
National Science Foundation provides EOU student scholarships. Applications open until Feb. 1, 2018.
All the reasons to celebrate EOU this year!
EOU art professor Susan Murrell returns from a year-long sabbatical to exhibit a cosmic collection in the Nightingale Gallery this January.
The EOU Foundation announced plans to replace the concert grand piano in McKenzie Theater with a higher quality instrument.