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EOU Colloquium concludes with a look at biosensor technology
professor of Chemistry Anna Cavinato will present the findings from her 2021 research sabbatical in microfluidics on Thursday, May 26
Spring Symposium returns in person at EOU
Spring Symposium returns in person for 2022
Dr. Rae Ette Newman named interim dean of the College of Education
Dr. Rae Ette Newman named interim dean of the College of Education Eastern Oregon University has named Dr. Rae Ette Newman as interim dean of the College of Education. Dr. Matt Seimears appointed Newman as interim dean after assuming his new role as interim provost. She will officially assume her new role on July 1. […]
May 18-19 board meeting agenda announced
May 18-19 board meeting agenda announced The Eastern Oregon University Board of Trustees will meet on campus on May 18 and 19 for its final meeting of the academic year. The board will vote on tuition and fees, room and board rates, and the preliminary operating budget for 2023. The board will consider approving the […]
Seimears named Interim Provost at EOU
Seimears named Interim Provost at EOU Eastern Oregon University has announced its interim provost following an internal search that included interviews, forums and feedback. EOU President Tom Insko named Matt Seimears as Interim Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. Seimears, who has served as Dean of the College of Education at EOU since […]
EOU theater finishes out the year with ‶Rent″ May 19
EOU Theater finishes out the year with a production of “Rent” on May 19
Celebrating Arbor Day with tree planting at EOU
EOU students participated in the April 29 tree planting day as part of Tree Campus USA efforts at EOU.
From one studio to another, KEOL lives on
KEOL, EOU’s former campus radio station, is being rebranded and relaunched as a podcast studio.
EOU professor examines advocacy coalitions on Twitter
Professor Daniel Costie shares his dissertation on social media discourse surrounding hydraulic fracturing at the May 12 colloquium.
Oregon artist shares her creative story at EOU
Bean Gilsdorf visits campus May 5 to speak with students.
Nightingale Gallery finishes the year with student art awards
The All-Campus Juried Student Exhibition opens May 13, with a number of awards up for grabs.
Renowned poets discuss nature, injustice at Ars Poetica
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke joins MFA faculty members for a virtual reading and talk April 28.
Ignite! Reading partnership to train literacy tutors in ‘Science of Reading’ curriculum
EOU and Ignite! Reading launched a new partnership to train literacy tutors in ‘Science of Reading’ curriculum.
Novelists discuss healthcare, risk and purpose at Ars Poetica
Two novelists read excerpts from their latest work and discuss its impacts with MFA faculty at this virtual event.
Careers built on connection
A network of faculty and alumni provide insight and advocacy as students seek meaningful job opportunities.
Understanding the Civil Rights Movement through virtual reality
Two VR experiences are available on-campus during Black History Month.
Undergraduate researchers receive double awards
The student-published Eastern Oregon Science Journal earned top accolades for its 2019-2022 edition.
Raising better readers
A new program developed by EOU’s College of Education aims to equip teachers with tools and strategies to ensure more kids stay on track.
Award-winning novelist discusses redemption, family and place at Ars Poetica
Fiction writer Kirstin Valdez Quade joins MFA faculty on Feb. 10 over Zoom to share excerpts from her debut novel.
Dismantling barriers to education in Oregon
Findings from an interdisciplinary study of antiracism programs will be shared at EOU Colloquium Feb. 10.
professor of Chemistry Anna Cavinato will present the findings from her 2021 research sabbatical in microfluidics on Thursday, May 26Read more
EOU College of Education hosts Oregon Teacher Pathway high school students for presentations at Spring SymposiumRead more
STEM Week brings youth science activates to Oregon homes and classrooms.Read more