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The goals of the Oregon Teacher Pathway program (OTP) are to 1) diversify teacher education by increasing the number of quality diverse teachers in Oregon and 2) produce quality teachers trained in culturally responsive practice. To reach these goals, the program focuses on recruiting, educating, and retaining pre-service teachers of color and pre-service teachers interested in becoming culturally responsive teachers.
Tawnya Lubbes is the education club adviser and frequently takes EOU students on faculty-led study-abroad trips investigating language and culture. She specializes in ESOL, Spanish, diversity, and online pedagogy. Prior to coming to EOU, she taught ESOL and Spanish in Payette, Idaho for 10 years. She also taught online Spanish for Idaho Digital Learning Academy for 6 years.
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“Mood Ring” exhibit coming to Nightingale Gallery LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University’s Nightingale Gallery begins its exhibition season with “Mood Ring;” a merging of multi-media collage works by Portland-based artists Morgan Rosskopf and Katherine Spinella. The exhibit opens on Friday, Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. with a reception for the artists. As an […]Read more
Sept. 13, 2023 OMSI promotes science education and engagement with students throughout Eastern Oregon LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon is about to get a blast of science education. The Oregon Museum of of Science and Industry (OMSI) has created a position for a traveling science enthusiast that will bring science education to even the […]Read more
Sept. 7, 2023 Credit for Prior Learning saves student over $4,000 LA GRANDE, Ore. – La Grande resident Keith Walker is a lifelong learner, but never formalized his education with a degree. Encouraged by his spouse to finally earn that degree, Walker is using Eastern Oregon University’s Credit for Prior Learning to get a jump […]Read more