EOU celebrates the importance of trees on campus by planting a Douglas fir on National Arbor Day, April 28.
Trustees cover considerable ground during April 20 meeting, including approving tuition and mandatory fees for 2017-18.
Need to catch up on your course work or finish a big project? Come to the NAP at Pierce Library Sunday, May 7!
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.
Join Student Success Coordinator Kathleen Brown for a series of Q&A chats supporting online students, wherever they are.
Art majors Sarah Anderson, Jasmine Brookshire and Crystal Rainwater share sculpture, drawing, photography May 5-26.
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.
Organizations with a focus on serving the region’s Latino communities are converging on campus to share, learn and connect June 3.
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.
Education Subcommittee hears from university leaders and EOU was there to make a case for increased state investment.
Join the anniversary celebration of EOU’s annual lu’au and show featuring festive food and live entertainment April 22.
Students and families invited to reconnect, laugh, share college life while exploring campus and community April 21-22.
Students interested in osteopathic medicine and medical school invited to presentation with WesternU recruiter, April 13.
Ronda Fritz, assistant professor of education, shares study of small group interventions in improving children’s reading skills.
Celebration features Navajo author Sherwin Bitsui reading at Pierce Library, April 24.