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Mariah Meyerholz entered EOU undecided, but she knew she wanted to help people.
Anthropology Professor Rory Becker presents his findings at Colloquium on Feb. 13.
The 25th edition of the Eastern Oregon Science Journal won the top award from the American Scholastic Press Association.
Sociology and anthropology faculty collaborated to recommend policy solutions for the Kalispel Tribe.
About 30 students joined three faculty members near Prineville to remove the front quarter of mammoth discovered in a gravel quarry.
Online student Cori Heymann, ’19, discovered a passion for end-of-life care through her anthropology studies.
Spring commencement takes place in two ceremonies on June 15 in Quinn Coliseum.
Students from every discipline across campus will present their work at the annual Spring Symposium on May 22.
The second issue of the Eastern Oregon Social Science Journal won first place from the American Scholastic Press Association this fall.
More than 35% of EOU students are the first in their families to attend college. TRIO/SSS recognizes the achievements of first-gen students on Nov. 8.
EOU’s Sociology & Social Welfare concentration is now available to online students.
EOU will hold two commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Saturday, June 16 in Quinn Coliseum.
Upperclassmen shared their creative, scholarly work with the community May 23 in Loso Hall.
EOU students from MESA help organize and volunteer at this annual charity event Feb. 17.
All the reasons to celebrate EOU this year!
Students produced the inaugural issue of the Eastern Oregon Social Science Journal that placed first in its category.
Renee Roman Nose will hold a workshop, give a lecture and read from her new poetry book Nov. 6-8
Join colloquium presenter Aaron Thornburg, assistant professor of anthropology, for a discussion of participatory visual research May 11.
Jennifer Puentes, assistant professor of sociology, shares ethnographic observations from culinary arts school April 27.
Fundraising event for Union County families invites you to “move your feet to give others heat” during Walk for Warmth February 11.
At the helm of EOu’s College of Business, Ed Henninger values writing as a technical skill and used it to publish a chapter book recently.Read more
A new pathway offers parents of young children greater access to higher education. Read more
An 18-credit online program offers working educators opportunity certification in Trauma in Educational Communities.Read more