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September 2011 News

Select September media clippings Stories from the news and web.

10-07-2011

Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre The Hallie Ford Museum of Art features the French fauve and expressionist painter and printmaker.

09-23-2011

Theatre: SMASH Theatre presents “SMASH,” Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s novel “An Unsocial Socialist.”

09-21-2011

Small school produces big results Willamette's MBA program is among Forbes' and Aspen Institute's best business schools.

09-21-2011

U Think: Squirrels and Citizen Science Biology's David Craig will discuss the Western Gray Squirrel and how you can contribute to scientific research.

09-21-2011

MBA for Professionals celebrates five years Graduates come from all sectors and industries, representing 150 different organizations.

09-19-2011

NSF funds powerful imaging equipment Scientists collaborate with students to purchase a laser scanning confocal microscope.

09-16-2011

U.S. News ranks Willamette among 2012's “Best Colleges” The university's co-curricular activities, study abroad opportunities and focus on sustainability are highlighted.

09-13-2011

Panhellenic Council earns national award Willamette's council is one of 15 nationally to receive the Biennial Progress Award.

09-12-2011

Washington Monthly and Newsweek/The Daily Beast rankings reward service Civic engagement propels the university into Washington Monthly's top 30 liberal arts colleges.

09-02-2011

Timeless Renaissance: Reception, lecture and symposium In conjunction with the Hallie Ford Museum of Art's exhibition, art history professor Ricardo De Mambro Santos will

09-02-2011

McGaughy Lecture: Karen King Harvard Divinity School's Karen King will examine early Christian perspectives about spirituality in the midst of violence.

09-01-2011

The Cleveland Duo & James Umble The Distinguished Artists Series presents the Grammy-nominated trio on Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m.

09-01-2011