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Help EOU’s voice be heard in Salem February 11!
University Day at the Oregon Capitol is coming up Thursday, February 11. This is EOU’s primary effort to bring students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees and other supporters of Oregon’s public universities to Salem for a day of legislative engagement and advocacy.
Help EOU’s voice be heard and lobby for higher education funding!
In collaboration with SOU, WOU and OIT, PSU, U of O and OSU, this critical effort will advocate for support of funding for higher education in Oregon, and in particular, for EOU. Attendees will have the opportunity to lobby legislators, join House/Senate floor sessions, meet with key leaders and present academic projects to increase visibility in Salem.
University Advancement is coordinating travel for EOU.
Interested in attending? Contact Linda Kaiser at 541-962-3740 or email@example.com.
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