March 2013 News

Award-winning filmmaker Lisa Jackson visits Willamette April 4

Award-winning filmmaker Lisa Jackson will show and discuss a selection of her short films April 4 as part of the Indian Country Conversations Series.

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Willamette’s GSE grads launch teaching careers in Japan

Through a new program, Willamette’s GSE grads may teach at Tokyo International University for up to four years.

WU professor discusses her award-winning drama, "Antarktikos"

Andrea Stolowitz' play, "Antarktikos," is making its world premiere at the Pittsburgh Playhouse.

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Award-winning author discusses challenges of living an urban life

Pulitzer Prize winning author Tim Egan will give a free lecture April 17 as part of the Friends of Straub Environmental Learning Center Environmental Lecture Series.

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Documentary features conservation efforts of Evan Buechley '06

Evan Buechley '06 and his work are featured in the documentary, "Scavenger Hunt: An Unlikely Union."

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BA/MBA Student's Robotics Lab at Willamette

Building Innovative Ideas Through Club

WU Theatre presents Shakespeare's dark comedy, "Measure for Measure"

Themes of corruption, justice and forgiveness intersect in Shakespeare’s dark comedy “Measure for Measure,” opening April 12 at Willamette University.

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Willamette Dance Company presents spring concerts April 19 and 21

On April 19 and 21 more than 100 students of all levels of experience will take the stage at WDC’s spring concerts.

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ACSM Northwest 2013 Annual Meeting, Salem, OR

The faculty and students congratulate Kyle Davey '13, Jo Reeder '13, Katie Kaszubinski '13 and Zane Wise '13 for their successful poster presentations at the ACSM Northwest 2013 Annual Meeting, Salem, OR.

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WU students learn about science technology through Bearcat Robotics

Nilo Thomas ’13 uses Bearcat Robotics to promote science and technology among students.

Distinguished Jurists-in-Residence Coach Students in Mock Trial Competition

Students came from several Salem-area high schools

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Support the Marion-Polk Food Share and Receive Free Admission to the Museum

Bring two cans or packages of food and receive one free admission to the museum.

Call for Blankets: Your Blanket is Invited to Become Part of a Marie Watt Sculpture

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University and artist Marie Watt invite you to donate a blanket (wool or other natural fibers only) and share its blanket story.

Call for Blankets: Your Blanket is Invited to Become Part of a Marie Watt Sculpture

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University and artist Marie Watt invite you to donate a blanket (wool or other natural fibers only) and share its blanket story.

The Hunt is On During Spring Break at the Museum

Families are invited to join us for spring break fun and a prize with our new Family Guide.

Author Michael Martone shares works at literary reading April 9

Contemporary author Michael Martone will read selections from his recent work on April 9 as part of the Hallie Ford Literary Series.

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Peter Harmer's study chosen as a top story by Journal Watch Neurology

Peter Harmer's study reveals the positive effects Tai Chi has on Parkinson patients.

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Museum Lobby Named in Honor of Museum Benefactor Maribeth Collins

A new name for the HFMA lobby honors the generosity of benefactor Maribeth Collins.

Willamette's Outdoor Program helps students explore Oregon and beyond

From rock climbing to white water rafting, Willamette's Outdoor Program helps students explore what the region's diverse offerings.

WU student shares Prisoner's Poetry program with international audience

On behalf of his team, Rey Goicochea '13 is attending Clinton Global Initiative University.

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New Music presents "Neron Kaisar"

On March 13, New Music at Willamette presents selected scenes from Peel’s opera-in-progress, “Neron Kaisar.” The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in Hudson Concert Hall of the Mary Stuart Rogers Music Center.

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Scott Nadelson credits the writing of his new book to teaching at WU

Scott Nadelson explores past struggles in his memoir, "The Next Scott Nadelson: A Life in Progress."

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Faculty receives RCN-UBE award by the National Science Foundation

We congratulate Professor Stasinos Stavrianeas for his recent RCN-UBE award by the National Science Foundation as the PI in a grant charged with the redesign of the introductory biology curriculum.

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