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Delivered 100% online, the bachelor’s in politics, policy and public administration program offers unique rural-informed global curriculum and hands-on learning opportunities, such as field placements and internships. Gain essential public service knowledge, skills and connections through Eastern Oregon University’s online B.S./B.A. in Politics, Policy and Public Administration. You’ll learn to respond effectively and fairly to issues that affect global communities. Our transfer-friendly program accepts up to 135 credit hours.
Dr. Costie received a dual Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Political Science from Aquinas College, a Master of Arts in International Development from American University, and a Ph.D. in Public Affairs from University of Colorado-Denver. He has worked as a consultant in evaluating the impact of community organizations on urban climate resilience and their ability to bring their voices into their decision-making process. His recent research and dissertation investigates the use of strategic discourse in shaping the policy agenda related to hydraulic fracturing in Colorado and New York, specifically how increasing access to social media is allowing minority groups the opportunity to compete discursively with policy actors who have disproportionate influence.
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Summer Institutes at EOU provide more than opportunity, they provide credit hours LA GRANDE, Ore. – The Summer Institutes at Eastern Oregon University (EOU) are a great way for high school students to keep learning through the summer as well as earn college credit. The institutes are designed to give high school students the EOU […]Read more
New Clinical Director at Eastern Oregon University Prioritizes Student Health LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University’s new Health Center Clinical Director is placing a strong emphasis on students’ well-being. In January 2024, Raylene Eisele assumed the role of clinical director, actively engaging students and encouraging them to utilize the services available at the EOU […]Read more
Breaking Barriers and Bridging Gaps: Rodeo Cowgirls and the Making of Rural Feminism LA GRANDE, Ore. – “Branding Their Own: Cowgirls, Rodeo, and Rural Feminism, 1890 – 1935” is a project that explores feminism in the rural American West with special attention to ranch women and rodeo cowgirls. Dr. Tracey Hanshew, Assistant Professor of History […]Read more