“So we’re just standing there looking at each other, holding more than double our body weights in our hands. We got 30 seconds in and she’s looking strong, then all of a sudden at about 40 seconds she dropped it.” Ashlee Munsey, ’10, ’11, held onto her 375-pound metal frame for about a minute before […]
EOU alum’s company brings jobs, medical services to rural regions By Katy Nesbitt More than 3,500 healthcare providers throughout the Pacific Northwest depend on Interpath Laboratory for timely and accurate results — often overnight. Alumna Judy Kennedy, ’88, leads the company alongside her husband Tom. Headquartered in Pendleton, Interpath’s three healthcare companies employ over 1,000 […]
Alumnae lead workforce development programs in Morrow County One of Oregon’s most rural counties is home to one of its fastest growing centers of commerce. The Port of Morrow is the second largest port in the state, but the county’s population density is less than six people per square mile. And developing its growing workforce […]
My Dear Fellow Alumni and Friends, It is my honor to write this issue’s opening letter. I am a 2011 and 2013 graduate of Eastern Oregon University, and the current President of the EOU Alumni Association Board of Directors. It has been my pleasure to work with the Alumni Association for the last six years, […]
EOU outpaces all other regional and technical universities in Oregon with the fastest growing fanbase on Facebook and Instagram. A significant part of this growth comes from the work of art and anthropology student Berenice Chavez, who served as social media intern for admissions throughout 2018-19.
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