EOU’s Sociology & Social Welfare concentration is now available to online students.
Two dozen high school students participated in Cottonwood Crossing Summer Institute last month, led by EOU faculty and students.
Four EOU students were honored at the Speel-Ya Pow Wow last month.
EOU will hold two commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Saturday, June 16 in Quinn Coliseum.
The latest edition of EOU’s literary journal is now on stands and online.
Three trustees were honored May 24, as the board discussed rural engagement at its last meeting of the academic year.
Upperclassmen shared their creative, scholarly work with the community May 23 in Loso Hall.
The Oregon Library Association recognized EOU librarian Shirley Roberts, selected from more than 1,000 members.
The revamped program offers students more choice than ever at EOU.
Budget decisions and proposed building projects occupied EOU’s governing board at its April 12 meeting.
The designation honors EOU’s long-time commitment to rural communities, while reaching new students, leveraging federal funds and accomplishing strategic goals.
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.
Author Polly Buckingham will read from her collection on Feb. 15.
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.
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.
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.