February 2013 News
Evan Larson '02 credits his achievements in scientific research to his start at Willamette.
On March 15, Willamette Academy is hosting "Believe in Me," a fundraiser to celebrate its students' successes.
Summer research and mentoring from professors have helped Erynn Rebol ’13 pair her diverse interests as she works toward a career as a behavioral ecologist.
Andrew Sullivan discusses being a homosexual, Christian conservative at the Atkinson Lecture Series.
Atkinson professor Elliot Maltz received a Fulbright to teach marketing topics for three weeks.
Michael C. Spafford to discuss his career and artistic influences April 12
Mark Potok explains why the radical right has grown at free talk.
The congressman took questions from students and faculty about redistricting and spending cuts.
Delivers Lectures on CSR, Sustainability Management and Marketing
Continuing Instructor Courtney Dillard builds community by dining with strangers across the country
Congressman takes questions from students and faculty
Small-money donations “good for democracy,” Federal Elections Commission Chair says at Willamette Symposium
Symposium featured Oregon elected officials and national campaign finance experts
WU's jazz ensemble is one of two college ensembles to perform at the ACDA convention on March 15.
With the funds, Stasinos Stavrianeas will work to transform biology education.
The students are sharing their data on criminology, a college bridge program and immigration policy.
A Willamette professor's book is nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award.
Willamette University's student Native American Enlightenment Association (NAEA) presents its Eleventh Annual Social Pow wow on March 9.
Family relationships explored in "The Secret Garden"
More than 1,000 people flocked to Willamette to hear Joel Salatin share his views on local food.
Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen will read selections from her recent work on March 13 as part of the Hallie Ford Literary Series.
Four student leaders share what it takes to steer Willamette’s co-curricular programs — and the lessons they learn along the way.
The university ranks among the top small schools for number of alumni volunteers.
Willamette welcomes 121 students who will spend the next year living and studying in Salem.
Michael Beseda is selected to lead university enrollment and communications.
A play about Native American mascots shows Willamette students that they have the power to make change.
As part of the Hogue-Sponenburgh Art Lecture Series, contemporary artist Myra Greene will explore photography’s depiction of race.
The case is one of two involving detainees at Guantanamo Bay
Jay Howard '14 will present his work on molecular motor myosin at the Biophysical Society meeting in Philadelphia.
MBA for Professionals Commencement, Steve Bass of OPB Serves as Speaker