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Rae Ette Newman, an assistant professor of education at Eastern Oregon University, is interviewed about her experience participating in a five-day Quality Teaching and Learning Summer Institute in Corvallis. Grant funding enabled Newman and EOU colleagues Allen Evans, professor of education, Nancy Knowles, professor of English and writing, and Kathy Benson, school district partner and teacher, to attend. Watch the video below and learn more about how the Oregon Department of Education’s strategic investment in quality teaching and learning is making a difference for teacher educators across the state at qtlsummerinstitute.weebly.com.
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Stress Less Event Returns to Eastern Oregon University with Puppies, Piglets, and More LA GRANDE, Ore. – The annual Stress Less event at Eastern Oregon University is back, and this year puppies, piglets, and miniature horses are included. The upcoming Stress-Less Event, on Wednesday, March 6, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Eastern […]Read more
Summer Institutes at EOU provide more than opportunity, they provide credit hours LA GRANDE, Ore. – The Summer Institutes at Eastern Oregon University (EOU) are a great way for high school students to keep learning through the summer as well as earn college credit. The institutes are designed to give high school students the EOU […]Read more
New Clinical Director at Eastern Oregon University Prioritizes Student Health LA GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University’s new Health Center Clinical Director is placing a strong emphasis on students’ well-being. In January 2024, Raylene Eisele assumed the role of clinical director, actively engaging students and encouraging them to utilize the services available at the EOU […]Read more