The Board of Trustees convenes on May 23 for its final meeting of the year, where it will determine the budget for 2019-20
Students from every discipline across campus will present their work at the annual Spring Symposium on May 22.
The Nightingale Gallery opens its last exhibition of the year on May 24.
This term, 20 students are learning about marketing and advertising in an innovative new course called TheAgency@EOU.
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame” opens May 16 at EOU, and features actors and musicians from campus and the community. Tickets on sale now.
Conéctate brings together Latinx-serving organizations across the region on May 10.
The 1-Up Game Club host its “Futures in Gaming” Symposium at 6 p.m. on May 17.
The art and literary journal will hold several events this month to celebrate its 2019 release.
Student-athletes, local teacher and EOU President Tom Insko will read to children in Pierce Library on May 2.
Alumni, students and community members are invited to attend EOU’s first-ever Blue and Gold Weekend May 16-18.
NEOAHEC and the Pre-Professional Health Club partner to host recruiters from osteopathic medicine programs in the northwest on April 30.
SMILE Clubs from Ontario and Nyssa brought 45 elementary and middle school students to campus for hands-on learning.
Cottonwood Crossing Summer Institute, a week-long residential field study, runs June 16-21 and is accepting applications.
The College of Business will offer a bachelor’s degree in accounting starting this fall.
The annual SAGE Book Sale runs May 3 to 5 in the Gilbert Center.
EOU will raise the Tree Campus USA flag for the third year running on April 26 to recognize Arbor Day with a ceremony on campus.
Four senior art students show their work in the Nightingale Gallery, opening April 26 and running through May 10.
Trustees reviewed a potential contract with The Learning House and heard from an expert on PERS solutions at their regular meeting.
Theresa Hamman will read from her chapbook, “All Those Lilting Tongues,” at Le Bebe Cakes on April 20 as part of The Carl and Sandra Ellston Ars Poetica Literary Lecture Series.
Retired chair of EOU’s art department Judd Koehn shares memories of his colleagues.