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High school students spent a week learning what it would be like to become teachers.
The drive-through ceremony will be livestreamed for members of the public.
Over 50 students present their scholarly work on May 20 and 21 in public lectures.
Art professor Susan Murrell presents her recent work at Colloquium on May 13
EOU’s fully online MBA program was ranked #6 in the state for best value.
Undergraduates bonded over a shared interest in mathematics at the annual PiMUC event, held virtually this month.
In 2020, business professor Michael Fields created a bridge connect EOU students with Japanese students on a group project.
The first Sustainable Rural Systems cohort will take an active role in transforming a former school in Baker City.
Professor Darren Dutto used motion capture technology to analyze how a pianist’s gestures affect the quality of a performance.
Two College of Education programs received a combined $550,000 in grants to expand rural teacher preparation.
Exercise science data helps firefighters stay fit throughout the year.
The College of Business excelled in 2020, and has plans to expand opportunity even further this year.
Loso Hall is set to reopen in April with state-of-the-art facilities in McKenzie and Schwarz theatres.
High-achieving transfer students are eligible for a number of benefits when they enroll at EOU.
A new pathway offers parents of young children greater access to higher education.
An 18-credit online program offers working educators opportunity certification in Trauma in Educational Communities.
Trustees approved new degrees in the College of Business and College of Education
History professor Ryan Dearinger digs into “Beer’s Dirty Work” in his new book, and will present his research at an EOU Colloquium Feb. 11.
Applicants looking to enroll for fall 2021 can save up to $50 by submitting their application between Feb. 13 and March 15.
Undergraduates in the Health and Human Performance program collaborated with faculty and healthcare professionals to carry out original research.
High school students spent a week learning what it would be like to become teachers. Read more
The Oregon Mine Safety and Health Training Program at EOU has a new instructor through the College of Business. Read more
The one-day conference invites Latinx-serving organizations to gather in-person July 17.Read more