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President Tom Insko hosts a live webinar alongside EOU students and faculty on Feb. 24.
The 25th edition of the Eastern Oregon Science Journal won the top award from the American Scholastic Press Association.
Girls in Science 2019 invited 200 local students to explore math, computer science, biology and chemistry.
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.
Four new ASTEO Scholars joined the ranks of EOU this fall. Scholarship applications for next year close Feb. 1!
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.
At $1 million, the Jean and Denver Ginsey Scholarship is the largest gift to the EOU Foundation by a living donor in the university’s history.
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.
The STM and Health Career Fair on March 14 included almost two dozen employers. Students explored opportunities in Badgely Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The latest edition of the student-produced publication features research, artwork and editing by current EOU students.
Student-faculty research builds confident, competent graduates.
National Science Foundation provides EOU student scholarships. Applications open until Feb. 1, 2018.
Undergraduate students across the U.S. often wait years for their turn in the research lab or field, but that’s not the case at EOU.
High school students interested in technology get an inside look at the industry and EOU’s cutting-edge facilities and programs.
Eight students selected to receive a new scholarship funded by the National Science Foundation complete their first term at EOU.
Students and faculty at EOU are improving air quality forecasting for communities in rural southeastern Oregon.
Steve Tanner, associate professor of mathematics, shares strategies for balancing time and data in decision-making, February 25.
On-campus undergraduates and returning online undergrads won't see a tuition rate increase next year.Read more
Working educators can earn their bachelor's degree in Elementary Education through a new hybrid cohort.Read more
The exhibition is open through April 7 to students, faculty and staff. Read more