EOU alumna anthropology sociology tiffany hansen

Tiffany Hansen

Posted on June 4, 2018

“As a student, I benefited from EOU scholarships and local community scholarships to assist with my education. I was also able to begin my professional career in the criminal justice system prior to graduation. I kept a connection with the broader community while a student, a connection many students, staff, and professors at EOU. Attending […]

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EOU alumnus anthropology sociology Theo Miller

Theo Miller

Posted on June 4, 2018

“While earning my degree in Anthropology/Sociology, EOU presented me with an opportunity to volunteer at an Oregon Youth Authority Correction Center. I volunteered as an art instructor, which gave me a springboard to continue this passion as an employee of the Union County Juvenile Department. Teaching a weekly art class is just one of the […]

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EOU alumna anthropology sociology Taylor Wilson

Taylor Wilson

Posted on June 4, 2018

“I earned my bachelor’s in Anthropology/Sociology from EOU, and I’m now working for Umatilla County as a Mental Health Associate for a new prevention and outreach program, where we conduct small skills groups in the schools. I have also completed the first year of a master’s degree program in clinical health counseling. I credit EOU, […]

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EOU alumna anthropology sociology Sheryln Roberts

Sheryln Roberts

Posted on June 4, 2018

“With a major career change in my 40s that required a bachelor’s degree, EOU was instrumental in getting me prepared for my new profession in social services. I was hired as a Union County CARE Resource Coordinator to help create, build, and implement a new resource partnership for at-risk students and their families. EOU provided […]

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EOU alumna anthropology sociology Rachael Reilly

Rachael Reilly

Posted on June 4, 2018

“I work for Union County’s mental health organization (CHD), with the Developmental Disabilities team. My job as Services Coordinator for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is to present the service options, coordinate with providers, and ensure the individuals’ health and safety in that process. At EOU I completed a capstone with CHD, and that […]

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EOU alumnus anthropology sociology Nelson Calderon

Nelson Calderon

Posted on June 4, 2018

“I have a Bachelor of Arts from EOU in Sociology and Anthropology with an emphasis on research and social welfare. I also have a Master of Social Work from USC. I am a therapist with training in dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy and many other modalities. I continue […]

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EOU anthropology sociology alumna Michelle Sprouffske

Michelle Sprouffske

Posted on June 4, 2018

“I work as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker within the mental health field, administering and managing a 16-bed residential facility in Eugene. I previously worked in children’s psychiatric day treatment, interpersonal violence, and addiction/recovery, while pursuing my master’s in social work–something I would not have considered were it not for the Anth/Soc program at EOU. […]

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EOU anthropology sociology alumna Mary Lakey

Mary Lakey

Posted on June 4, 2018

“I’ve been living in Denver for about a year, working for a special education attorney here and I love it. We represent children with disabilities who are not being provided a free appropriate public education (FAPE). The attorney I work for recently won a landmark case that was ultimately decided by the US Supreme Court. […]

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EOU alumna Brittany Pryce anthropology sociology

Brittany Pryce

Posted on June 4, 2018

“I’m a mental health therapist and substance abuse counselor at Grande Ronde Recovery in La Grande. I received my bachelor’s degree from EOU in 2009, then enrolled in United States Peace Corps as a volunteer in Bulgaria. After returning home, I earned my master’s in social work. I plan to continue providing mental health and […]

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EOU online student Frederick Wallace

Frederick Wallace

Posted on May 18, 2018

“The APEL class was the most inspiring class I took at EOU. It helped me acknowledge my past experiences and then merge them into my future academic and professional life goals. The class assignments kept students engaged and interacting with each other, and through this process I realized I could reach my dream of completing […]

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Mariah Meyerholz EOU Anthropology-Sociology student

Mariah Meyerholz

Posted on January 18, 2018

“EOU’s faculty and staff go above and beyond for their students. With a multitude of life challenges, I really rely on a strong support system. EOU has supported me through some very tough times. With a strong social network, I am halfway through my program and one step closer to a career in Medical Social […]

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Dorthea Butler EOU anthropology sociology major

Dorthea Butler

Posted on December 8, 2017

“EOU accepted most of my courses from Montana and helped me fulfill my dream of helping others through EOU’s anthropology/sociology program. The teachers/professors have been very enlightening and the support staff have been very quick to lead me along the road to success.”

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Ashley Canales EOU Anthropology sociology major

Ashley Canales

Posted on December 8, 2017

“After getting my associate’s degree I knew I wanted to further my education, but I wasn’t sure if I wanted to move to another dorm and city again. I then chose to complete my degree completely online, and EOU provided everything required — even for a student in Texas. Throughout all of my courses I […]

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Rhianna Byrd EOU anthropology sociology major

Rhianna Byrd

Posted on December 8, 2017

“Eastern Oregon University offers a holistic approach to student engagement, including passionate faculty, supportive staff, and multiple flexible course and degree options. This created an environment of success, resulting in tangible benefits that go beyond a degree: growth in self-awareness, further appreciation of diversity, a drive to continue learning, and a passion to pay it […]

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Casey Dreher

Posted on July 18, 2016

“I would place the quality of the education I received from my professors in the Anthropology/Sociology program up against any school. Professors are not only teachers, but also advisors, mentors and friends. They bring the material to life and make it interesting. Most of all, the relationships you form drive you to succeed. EOU’s program is top-notch and deserves the highest level of consideration.”

Casey Dreher, Director
One Arizona Student Vote Coalition
Phoenix, AZ

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