Agatha Christie’s beloved murder mystery set to unfold as theatre season finale, June 2-4.
Join U.S. Senator Ron Wyden for a Community Town Hall meeting on campus Wednesday, June 1.
Trustees hear how faculty and administration are working together to ensure academic quality across the curriculum.
Liz Becker, lead CORE facilitator, compares literacy instruction methods for the colloquium this Thursday.
Unique group celebrates the completion of its second year at EOU with free concert, June 1.
EOU Foundation awards a record $550,000 in scholarships for the upcoming academic year.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown will attend and speak at EOU’s Commencement Ceremony Saturday, June 11.
EOU adds online degree option to popular major, serving students through a flexible combination of courses starting this fall.
Three independent sources for students looking to complete their degree online name EOU to their “best of” lists for 2016.
Art program welcomes Anne Greenwood of Portland to campus this week. Learn more about her work at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Mountaineer men’s soccer program hosts first “Greek Games 2016″ fundraiser, May 19-20.
Proceeds benefit Student Advocates for Gender Equality and Gender & Sexuality Resource Center at EOU, May 20-22.
Cultural anthropology students are bringing pioneers to life at Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area, May 20.
Advocacy project takes free and family-friendly activities to the streets July 9 and Sept. 10. Get involved!
Oregon Teacher Pathway participants are presenting their research alongside EOU students for Spring Symposium, May 18.
EOU theatre presents irreverent retelling of the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, May 18-22.
Learn to make mouth-watering Dutch oven dishes during the second annual cookout on campus, May 19.
Education faculty share effective strategies for encouraging students to complete their reading assignments, May 12.
Students and faculty at EOU are improving air quality forecasting for communities in rural southeastern Oregon.
Students are sharing their original research and creative projects from throughout the year! Activities begin at 9 a.m. May 18.