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    Chasing down a childhood dream

    The pre-vet studies of Sarah Pope ’13 took her from Willamette to a biodiversity hotspot in South Africa.

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    Inside the ‘Battle Lab’

    Assistant Professor of Chemistry Cooper Battle and students are researching a new way to find cancer.

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Stories and News

From The News

Willamette politics major lands Stanford data fellowship

Paige Morrisey ’19 will interview families, collect data for groundbreaking study .

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Willamette Law number one in Oregon for graduate employment

Since 2012, the College of Law has posted the top employment numbers in Oregon six out of seven years.

Paimon Jaberi

Finding strength in numbers

BA/MBA graduate uses data to tackle the business side of the Seahawks.

From The News

Professors Cotlar and Ellis edit new presidential history book

‘Historian in Chief’ examines how 11 presidents shaped history through storytelling, education and action.

Upcoming event

Hawai’i Club’s 30th Lū’au

April 27

Entirely student-run evening of entertainment, education and sharing of Hawai’i’s culture is for the entire family.

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On exhibit

Senior Art Majors 2019: (re:phrase)

April 20–May 19

Hallie Ford Museum of Art features the work of senior art majors in a culmination of their four years at Willamette.

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Upcoming events

Spring music concerts

Through May 18

The Department of Music presents a wide variety of concerts showcasing the work of students and faculty.

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From The News

Willamette ranks No. 9 in US for Peace Corps volunteers

University has been ranked among the top small colleges 15 of the last 17 years.

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From The News

Bearcats team up for third annual Global Day of Service

Willamette community unites to live out the university motto through service projects across the country and overseas.

Students pack food for Global Day of Service
From The News

Oregon governors explore inclusion and overcoming challenges

Law students bring Oregon governors to share experiences for Women’s History Month in diversity speaker series.

Gov. Kate Brown and former Gov. Barbara Roberts