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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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EOU’s Historic Building Set for Year-long Renovation June 1, 2023 – Eastern Oregon University’s Inlow Hall Phase II renovation, slated to begin July 1, aims to bring much-needed updates to the University’s original building. The project will bring the building’s seismic resilience up to code, provide new heating, ventilation and air conditioning throughout the facility, […]Read more
EOU’s 2023 Teacher Excellence Award recognizes a long-time music faculty LA GRANDE, Ore. – The 2023 Teacher Excellence Award committee presented long-time Eastern Oregon University (EOU) Professor of Music Peter Wordelman with the distinguished Teacher Excellence Award, recognizing his efforts and outstanding accomplishments in teaching and mentoring both in and out of the classroom. Dr. […]Read more
Father of two named 2023 Presidential Scholar LA GRANDE, Ore. – When Eastern Oregon University graduate Andrew James walks across the stage on June 17 he will do so with the distinguished recognition that he is EOU’s 2023 Presidential Scholar. James will complete his tenure at EOU with two degrees, one in business and economics […]Read more