News

June 2011 News

Fall Atkinson Lecture Series speaker announced Playwright, performer and author Suzan-Lori Parks will deliver the Nov. 15 Atkinson lecture.

11-15-2011

Select June media clippings Stories from the news and web.

07-11-2011

Museum announces exhibitions A variety of innovative and historically significant exhibits are planned for the upcoming season at Hallie Ford Museum of Art.

07-08-2011

Psychology prof wins grant Erik Noftle’s award will allow students to collaborate with him on research into personality development.

06-30-2011

Alumnus earns Fulbright Evan Larson ’02, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, will spend a year researching forests and teaching in Sweden.

06-30-2011

Alumna honored for service Darlene Cain earned a lifetime achievement award from the American Diabetes Association.

06-28-2011

Former Bearcat wins national title Nick Symmonds ’06 took first place in the 800 meters for the fourth year straight at the USA Track & Field Championships.

06-27-2011

Museum free for active military families The Hallie Ford Museum of Art offers free admission to active military personnel and their families through Labor Day.

06-17-2011

Grant provides new tools to examine the past Professor Scott Pike bolsters archaeology field school with high tech imaging equipment.

06-17-2011

Lord and Schryver garden tours and lecture In conjunction with the Lord and Schryver exhibition, the Hallie Ford Museum of Art will present an open garden event and three lectures.

06-15-2011

MBA Mid-Summer Gathering The Willamette MBA program is hosting two gatherings for current and prospective students, alumni, faculty and staff.

06-13-2011

Graduate’s blog featured in Time A blog authored by Willamette alumnus J.D. Roth ’91 was named one of the best of 2011 by Time magazine.

06-06-2011

Julie Gess-Newsome named dean With 20 years of experience in higher education as a teacher, researcher and administrator, Gess-Newsome will lead the Graduate School of Education.

06-02-2011

Biology prof earns national grant Emma Coddington’s award supports collaborative student-faculty research on the way hormones change behaviors.

06-02-2011