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EOU and Ignite! Reading launched a new partnership to train literacy tutors in ‘Science of Reading’ curriculum.
A new program developed by EOU’s College of Education aims to equip teachers with tools and strategies to ensure more kids stay on track.
Findings from an interdisciplinary study of antiracism programs will be shared at EOU Colloquium Feb. 10.
A new program allows undergraduates to earn Special Education licensure through EOU’s College of Education.
High school students spent a week learning what it would be like to become teachers.
Two College of Education programs received a combined $550,000 in grants to expand rural teacher preparation.
Working educators can earn their bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education through a new hybrid cohort.
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.
Education professor Amanda Villagómez presents her research at EOU Colloquium Jan. 28 via Zoom.
The Early Childhood Education program received an ‘A’ for integrating diversity, equity and inclusion into the undergraduate curriculum.
Master of Arts in Teaching students practice with simulated classrooms, as well as the real thing.
Bridge Academy courses offer a fully online leg-up for professionals in healthcare and education.
This fall, EOU’s Master of Science in Education program unveils the region’s only concentration in Trauma in Educational Communities.
First-year honor students recognized 21 Inspirational High School Teachers for 2020.
Assistant Professor of Special Education Jerred Jolin presents his recent findings at an EOU Colloquium on Feb. 27.
Trustees covered educator equity and strategic plan processes in their regular meeting on Feb. 20.
EOU business, education and fire programs ranked top in the nation this year!
Former education professor Carol Lauritzen co-authored “Grampie: True Home Stories from the Life of Alexander Graham Bell.” She presents the book alongside activities at 4 p.m. August 29 at Pierce Library.
Spring commencement takes place in two ceremonies on June 15 in Quinn Coliseum.
Sept. 23, 2022 “Honey Eyed” exhibit coming to Nightingale Gallery LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University’s Nightingale Gallery welcomes the new fall term with an exhibition by Portland artist Leslie Vigeant. Vigeant’s “Honey Eyed” is a multi-part installation, part tragedy and part comedy. The visual notes of her installation pokes holes in the societally-assumed […]Read more
EOU board of trustees calls special meeting Sept. 20, 2022 LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University’s board of trustees will host a special board meeting on Monday, September 26, from noon to 1 p.m. to discuss and take action on a resolution describing the search process for EOU’s next president. The meeting will be […]Read more
Sept. 15, 2022 Oregon Rural Teacher Corps names inaugural class LA GRANDE, Ore. – Teach Rural Oregon and the Eastern Oregon University College of Education are pleased to announce the selection of the inaugural class of the Oregon Rural Teacher Corps (ORTC). ORTC is part of a catalyst grant partnership with the Rural Schools Collaborative […]Read more