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The annual one-day conference will be fully virtual and free for all attendees on Feb. 13.
Undergraduates in the Health and Human Performance program collaborated with faculty and healthcare professionals to carry out original research.
Academics, campus life and university operations proceeded in the midst of a pandemic with remarkable success.
The pandemic-safe sport has continued competition this fall.
First-generation students discover connection and support at EOU amid the pandemic.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and EOU’s Native American Program is offering a variety of activities.
With 1,033 COVID-19 tests conducted so far, 1% of students have tested positive for the virus.
Students moved into EOU residence halls and participated in fully virtual orientation activities before classes began for fall term.
School starts Sept. 23, and the first week of classes will be held virtually to accommodate testing for COVID-19.
A small group of incoming students will have the chance to get to know their new backyard next month during East Tracks.
Incoming EOU students will mask up to meet new friends in a series of outdoor orientation activities.
Classes will be held in flexible, in-person, hybrid and remote-access teaching formats in keeping with Oregon Health Authority and local health authorities’ guidelines.
More than 40 members of the graduating class received awards from their academic departments and mentors.
More than 800 EOU grads will celebrate remotely – yet together – on June 13.
Mariah Meyerholz entered EOU undecided, but she knew she wanted to help people.
This year, potential RAs are inviting students to join them virtually for a talent show, scavenger hunt and other activities.
Founding faculty member, Shannon Donovan, Ph.D., of the Sustainable Rural Systems program finds “there are a lot of opportunities to do things differently, address needs, and figure out how to meet them.”
EOU announced that students and employees will work in teams to create resumption plans for every area of the university.
Space per student has increased in EOU residence halls, and on-campus dining services now offer take-out options.
The virtual ¡Conéctate! gathering on May 1 drew over 100 participants to share, learn and connect remotely.
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