• Noted Professors

    Noted Professors

    Monumental Discovery

    Using his sleuthing skills, professor Ricardo De Mambro Santos attributed a painting to the work of a Flemish master. Now the painting is coming to the Hallie Ford Museum of Art. 

  • Passion & Purpose

    Passion & Purpose

    Biking Toward a Better Future

    After establishing the Bike Shop at Willamette, Lindsay Selser '07 landed a job promoting alternative transportation for the City of Eugene.  

  • Leaders in Sustainability

    Leaders in Sustainability

    Invested in Sustainable Living

    She helped found Zena Farm at Willamette. Now Katy Giombolini '10 works to promote local agriculture. 

  • Intellectual Discovery

    Intellectual Discovery

    Bringing Science to Life

    Through a research trip to Nevada, biology professor Chris Smith enriches his students' learning experience. 

  • Passion & Purpose

    Passion & Purpose

    Speaking Out

    Conner Mertens ’17 was the first U.S. college football player to come out as bisexual. Several months later, he reflects on how his life has changed.  

  • Intellectual Discovery

    Intellectual Discovery

    The Waller Violin Plays On

    Willamette’s mysterious centuries-old instrument gained new life in the hands of Chloe Prendergast ’14. 

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Cartoonist Lynda Barry welcomes students Barry brought humor — and song — to her opening convocation address.

Willamette greets Class of 2018 First-year students participated in a wide array of celebratory activities during Opening Days.

Physics professor, student earn REU grant The award supports scientific research opportunities for undergraduates.

New tenure-track faculty announced CLA, Atkinson and Law welcome new tenure-track professors.

Alumnus embarks on 3,000-mile run Adam Meyer '09 seeks to engage with people whose lives he hopes to improve.

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In the Media

Friedman explains Cover Oregon lawsuits

Statesman Journal  (Sep 2)

At PAX, Allaway '15 discusses sexism

Game Revolution  (Sep 1)

NatGeo archaeology coverage highlighted

Statesman Journal  (Aug 31)

Warren '11 treats bald eagle

National Geographic  (Sep 29)