Author Bonnie Olin will share stories, photos and film from years in the remote Owyhee canyonlands at 6 p.m., Oct. 20 in Zabel Auditorium.
EOU’s partnership with the film festival, which runs Oct. 19 to 21 in La Grande, connects students and faculty with this annual community-led event.
Alumni, students and community members celebrate together Oct. 6-7 in La Grande!
Staff and faculty will engage with local health services Oct. 24
Faculty orientations, trainings, and Fall Convocation make up EOU’s Opening Session that begins Sept. 18.
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.
Join colloquium presenter Aaron Thornburg, assistant professor of anthropology, for a discussion of participatory visual research May 11.
Indian Arts Festival and Powwow marks 47th year with array of family-friendly events. Join the celebration at EOU May 19-20.
Mark Menjivar explores diverse subjects through photography, archives, oral history and objects. Learn about his work May 11.
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.
Trustees cover considerable ground during April 20 meeting, including approving tuition and mandatory fees for 2017-18.
April 2017 edition of The Writer magazine features EOU’s master of fine arts in creative writing program and its unique concentration.
Jennifer Puentes, assistant professor of sociology, shares ethnographic observations from culinary arts school April 27.
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.
Publication of original Nuosu script in EOU’s literary journal has profound impact on the writer and language.
Two-day event focuses on “Fostering Inclusive Environments for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners,” April 28-29.
Award-winning magazine anchored by opening piece, “A Forest of Names,” by northwest artist and writer Ian Boyden.
A full agenda is slated for EOU’s board meeting April 20, including voting on proposed tuition and fees for 2017-18.