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Photo by Laura Hancock / An open house Saturday, November 5 connects students interested in STEM with faculty and students currently enrolled in EOU’s award-winning programs.
LA GRANDE, Ore. October 25, 2016 – The next Preview Day at Eastern Oregon University provides students interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with a first-hand look at EOU’s cutting-edge facilities and programs.
Prospective students are invited to register and attend the open house Saturday, November 5 and connect with faculty and current EOU students. For students interested in majoring in biology, chemistry-biochemistry, computer science or mathematics, the event is an opportunity to learn more about the Advancing Science and Technology in Eastern Oregon (ASTEO) Scholarship. Funded by the National Science Foundation, ASTEO provides awards of up to $7,500 annually for tuition and fees to eligible freshmen and transfers.
During the day, students have the opportunity to explore clubs and organizations, including EOU’s award-winning Chemistry Club and learn about the admission process, financial aid and other scholarships.
For more information and to register, go to eou.edu/admissions/visit or call 541-962-3393. Details on how to apply for the ASTEO Scholars program are available at eou.edu/asteo.
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