Students design, program autonomous robots to complete pre-defined missions in competition at EOU December 3.
New state and national rankings reflect quality and affordability of EOU’s online degree offerings.
Join this worldwide giving movement by showing your support for the Eastern Fund on Tuesday, November 29. Learn more!
Skye Fitzgerald, ’93, shares his path to becoming an award-winning documentary filmmaker with a clear sense of purpose.
Legislative priorities, strategic planning, campus safety, Title IX activities and more discussed at November 10 meeting.
More than 200 area performers take the stage at EOU for silver anniversary celebration, December 3-4.
Ensemble’s fall term concert features original faculty arrangements and classic melodies, November 18.
Outdoor Adventure Program partners with Wallowa Avalanche Center to give free clinic on fundamentals of safety, November 16.
Alumni Jim and Holly Akenson share their compelling new book about living in the rugged Idaho wilderness.
Kelly Rice, assistant professor of physical activity and heath, shares the results of a pilot prevention program for area youth.
EOU is honoring those who have served in the military with a Remembrance Ceremony at 10 a.m. this Friday.
Panelists for event at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute include Roberta (Bobbie) Conner, vice chair of EOU’s Board of Trustees.
Dr. Arden Perkins, 2009 biology grad, shares recent study that could lead to a breakthrough in antibiotics.
Join EOU’s celebration of the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide, November 14-18.
WWII era play about all-women amateur dramatics troupe, the Osiris Players, opens November 10.
Trustees hear updates on security emergency management, legislative priorities, strategic planning, Title IX activities and more.
View New York City artist John Michael Byrd’s solo exhibition through December 6 in Nightingale Gallery.
Former tribal chairwoman Charlotte Roderique shares view of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation November 7.
Dr. Gisela Ernst-Slavit focuses on “Academic Language in the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classroom,” November 4-5.
Professor emeritus George Venn releases unique collection of Northwest literature spanning 1970-2010.