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.
Celebration features Navajo author Sherwin Bitsui reading at Pierce Library, April 24.
Undergraduate students across the U.S. often wait years for their turn in the research lab or field, but that’s not the case at EOU.
Hear new compositions by John McKinnon, EOU professor of music, during an informal faculty concert April 14.
Career Services Center hosts marketing executive and National Millennial Community founder Bill Imada April 12-14.
New ranking places Eastern among the 50 best colleges and universities for adult education in 2017-18.
EOU students and educators connect during annual event on campus focused on job preparation and placement.
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.
Contributions from EOU staff, faculty and students are creating “A Stronger Community, One Meal at a Time.”
EOU professor shares her experience working at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia March 16.
Jazz standards, traditional West African music converge when 45th Parallel and African Drumming groups take the stage March 17.
Graduating art majors Jacob Gunnels, Peter Maley and Lara Welford share photography, painting and sculpture April 7-28.