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At the helm of EOu’s College of Business, Ed Henninger values writing as a technical skill and used it to publish a chapter book recently.
An 18-credit online program offers working educators opportunity certification in Trauma in Educational Communities.
President Tom Insko hosts a live webinar alongside EOU students and faculty on Feb. 24.
Trustees approved new degrees in the College of Business and College of Education
Business professor Laura Gow-Hogge presents an EOU Colloquium about short-term study abroad programs on Feb. 25.
History professor Ryan Dearinger digs into “Beer’s Dirty Work” in his new book, and will present his research at an EOU Colloquium Feb. 11.
Education professor Amanda Villagómez presents her research at EOU Colloquium Jan. 28 via Zoom.
Members of the art faculty at EOU display their recent work in the on-campus gallery.
Undergraduates in the Health and Human Performance program collaborated with faculty and healthcare professionals to carry out original research.
The Early Childhood Education program received an ‘A’ for integrating diversity, equity and inclusion into the undergraduate curriculum.
Master of Arts in Teaching students practice with simulated classrooms, as well as the real thing.
Ben Dorfman lives in Germany and teaches in Denmark, but he’s bringing his expertise in human rights to EOU for Colloquium Dec. 10.
EOU Colloquium returns for another academic year – this time in a physically distanced format.
Music and theatre students recording audio stories with a spooky theme, airing Oct. 29 and 30.
New programs and initiatives have led to renewed accreditation and ongoing recognition.
Faculty and students will provide socioeconomic analysis so communities can better understand trends, support planning efforts, and undertake economic impact analysis of specific projects or investments in the region.
University leaders are seeking input ahead of the Nov. 12 decision.
Two EOU students will help bring the Urban-Rural Theatre Program to life by turning real-life stories into scripts for the stage.
The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion extends its impact beyond the boundaries of campus to educate people across the state.
In the absence of live performances, EOU is renovating main stages on campus.
On-campus undergraduates and returning online undergrads won't see a tuition rate increase next year.Read more
Working educators can earn their bachelor's degree in Elementary Education through a new hybrid cohort.Read more
The exhibition is open through April 7 to students, faculty and staff. Read more