• 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

Diller explains gun ordinance decision

The Oregonian  (Aug 25)

De Mambro Santos finds Rubens painting

Statesman Journal  (Aug 24)

New students move-in

Statesman Journal  (Aug 22)

Appleman discusses police stops

Statesman Journal  (Aug 23)