EOU alumnus David Panuelo will address the class of 2017 at Commencement on June 17.
For the third year in a row, Eastern Oregon University students made up the largest delegation in a joint lobby day in the Capitol, with nearly 40 students joining trustees and staff in meetings with 63 legislative offices.
At its May 24 meeting, the Eastern Oregon University Board of Trustees approved a strategic framework for the institution, establishing goals and performance indicators for achievement by the school’s centennial celebration in 2029.
Students, faculty, staff, alumni and trustees converge for legislative engagement and advocacy at Oregon State Capitol, May 16.
Effective urban forest management garners national recognition from the Arbor Day Foundation.
EOU student-athletes send Oregon Legislature a message about renewing Sports Lottery funding.
OHSU’s School of Nursing and EOU’s Wellness Program are gearing up for their annual partnership event May 13.
The first phase of a major capital construction project at the north end of EOU’s campus launches in March.
Traveling poster exhibition celebrating new National Museum of African American History and Culture coming to EOU in April.
Oregon Joint Committee on Ways and Means hears from students and staff testifying in favor of higher education funding.
“Don’t Blink” and miss this temporary art event showcasing the studio progress of Erica Hitzman, class of 2016, February 24-25.
Art display supports regional students and recognizes teachers with reception and awards presentation Friday.
EOU Foundation President Mike Allstott announces fundraising milestone for the foundation and Eastern Fund in 2016.
As a partner college, EOU students eligible for DACA can qualify for scholarship funding through TheDream.US. Apply by March 8!
Gain an in-depth look at the studio practices of EOU’s accomplished and internationally recognized visual arts faculty.
College Choice ranks EOU’s online bachelor’s in business administration degree among the top 50 best programs in the country.
Skye Fitzgerald, ’93, shares his path to becoming an award-winning documentary filmmaker with a clear sense of purpose.
Alumni Jim and Holly Akenson share their compelling new book about living in the rugged Idaho wilderness.
Dr. Arden Perkins, 2009 biology grad, shares recent study that could lead to a breakthrough in antibiotics.
WWII era play about all-women amateur dramatics troupe, the Osiris Players, opens November 10.