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May 2010 News

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05-10-2012

Select May media clips Stories from the news and web.

06-03-2010

Literacy Leadership Conference Graduate School of Education to host conference from June 18-19.

05-27-2010

Professor wins science award Physics professor David Altman earned a grant to support undergraduate research assistants.

05-26-2010

Service through teaching Seven seniors join the growing ranks of Willamette students accepted into Teach for America.

05-25-2010

Willamette scholars rack up honors Nine students and alumni earned ten national scholarships this spring for their academic accomplishments.

05-24-2010

Presenting employees of the year Reyna Meyers and Stephanie Nixon are named employees of the year.

05-20-2010

Professor discusses enemies The New York Times covers Melissa Witkow's work in “Can an Enemy Be a Child’s Friend?”

05-19-2010

Willamette Academy graduation The college access program for underrepresented students will celebrate its fourth graduating class May 27.

05-18-2010

Willamette celebrates commencement The university honored the undergraduate and graduate students in the Class of 2010 with four ceremonies.

05-17-2010

Grant sends student to Senegal Shannon Satterwhite ’10 will research health care in Africa through a National Science Foundation grant.

05-12-2010

Art by the Park workshop July 13-16 workshop will comprise a selection of art classes taught by Willamette faculty and select community artists.

05-05-2010

Professor earns fellowship Lynn Makau won an award from the American Association of University Women to help her complete a book project.

05-05-2010

Alumnus wins two research grants Ivo Dimitrov ’08 will study and conduct research in Bulgaria and Spain through two notable awards.

05-04-2010

Grounds managed organically Willamette has earned accreditation from Oregon Tilth for using sustainable landscaping practices.

05-04-2010

Professor to serve as Cultural Envoy in Namibia Andries Fourie to teach Namibian arts extension officers this summer.

05-03-2010

Student named Goldwater Scholar Charlotte Osborne ’11 earned a prestigious scholarship for students pursuing science or mathematics careers.

05-03-2010

Oregon Symphony classical concert The symphony and violinist Elina Vähälä will perform Mahler’s “The Titan” on May 25.