Sociology and anthropology faculty collaborated to recommend policy solutions for the Kalispel Tribe.
The Queen musical comes to McKenzie Theatre, starring EOU students, Nov. 14-17.
Girls in Science 2019 invited 200 local students to explore math, computer science, biology and chemistry.
About 30 students joined three faculty members near Prineville to remove the front quarter of mammoth discovered in a gravel quarry.
Economics professor Peter Maille presents new findings at EOU Colloquium on Oct. 24.
National Transfer Student Week is Oct. 21-25
“Oregon East” celebrates its latest edition with a gala and reading on Oct. 24.
The Carl and Sandra Ellston Literary Lecture Series welcomes Sharma Shields on Oct. 14 for its first installment of the year.
Students from Portland and EOU tour the state’s rural and urban regions in an effort to close the gap between them.
Convocation marks the start of EOU’s 90th academic year, when faculty return Sept. 16.
The Student Activities Fair and the Employee Wellness Fair invite local businesses to meet EOU students and employees on campus
New improv ensemble opens this fall for enrollment at EOU.
Former education professor Carol Lauritzen co-authored “Grampie: True Home Stories from the Life of Alexander Graham Bell.” She presents the book alongside activities at 4 p.m. August 29 at Pierce Library.
The re-invented Public Administration degree is available this fall fully online.
Online student Cori Heymann, ’19, discovered a passion for end-of-life care through her anthropology studies.
Spring commencement takes place in two ceremonies on June 15 in Quinn Coliseum.
Matt Cooper bids farewell to 28 years at EOU with a concert at 3:30 p.m. on June 6.
A new collection of nonfiction, “The Eclipse I Call Father: Essays on Absence,” written by David Axelrod recently arrived in local stores.
Members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society are eligible for a new scholarship when they transfer to EOU.
Tunes by Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk and other composers will feature in the May 31 concert.