(9/25/13) We congratulate Associate Professor Michael Lockard, honored as the Mortar Board Professor of the Year, at the 2013 Willamette University Faculty Awards ceremony.
(4/22/13) The faculty and students congratulate Caroline Cahill '13 for her successful poster presentation at the 2013 Experimental Biology meeting in Boston, MA.
(4/10/13) The The faculty and students congratulate Kyle Davey '13 for his Carson Grant titled "A Comparison of Increases in Resting Energy Expenditure in Response to HIIT and Steady-State Aerobic Training". Congratulations Kyle!
(4/1/13) The faculty congratulate Manny Ramirez '15 and Jaime Wong '15 who were selected as part of the 2013 cohort of Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) at the University of Michigan School Of Public Health (UM-SPH). FPHLP begins on Tuesday, May 28th and concludes on Friday, August 2nd. Following a 3-day orientation at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia Manny and Jaime will complete the remainder of the program in Ann Arbor, MI on the campus of the University of Michigan. Well done!
(3/15/13) 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.
(3/1/13) 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.
(12/8/12) We congratulate Professor Peter Harmer for his re-election to the Medical Commission of the International Fencing Federation during the 2012 FIE Congress in Moscow.
(4/25/12) The faculty and students congratulate Heather Schlueter '13 and Erin O'Mahony '13 for their successful presentation at the 2012 Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego, CA
(4/12/12) The faculty and students congratulate Colin O'Leary '12 and Bethany Cardo '13 for their selection as Phi Beta Kappa Scholars. PBK is the oldest and most prestigious academic honorary society in the USA. This honor came after a highly competitive process, and is reflective of their outstanding academic accomplishments, community engagement and character.
(4/9/12) The faculty and students congratulate Caroline Cahill '13 for her Carson Grant titled "Evaluating the Health Changes in Asian International Students at a West Coast Liberal Arts College". Congratulations Caroline!
The Department also recognizes Kristine Lim '13 who received a Carson grant for her study titled "The efficacy of biomechanics assessment and its potential in a free clinic setting." Congratulations Kristine!