April 2013 News
Summer printmaking workshop on June 26-28 for children ages 7-10.
Find out more about art conservation with Tom Fuller as he works with our Native American collection.
Henry Harrison came to Willamette intending to study business finance. But several classes and professors showed him he had a passion for a much different path.
The funding will support a new exhibit opening at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art in August.
The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University has been awarded a $30,000 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works grant to support its forthcoming exhibition "Breath of Heaven, Breath of Earth: Ancient Near Eastern Art from American Collections."
Vote for art via Facebook. Winning artworks will be displayed in the "On Demand" exhibition.
Intent on helping survivors of domestic violence, Kathryn Burns '12 explains how the award ties to her career goals.
Presented with Hans Severiens Award for Research and Impact
Symeonides is one of world's leading experts in conflicts of law
More than 200 students shared their scholarly research at the 13th annual event on campus.
A scientist and a former Oregon Supreme Court justice are among the speakers at Willamette's graduation ceremonies.
Hallie Ford Museum of Art have free admission on May 18 in honor of International Museum Day.
In “Finding a Sense of Place: An Environmental History of Zena,” 25 students present the first comprehensive look at Zena's past.
Students throughout the law school donated more than 3,400 hours of legal work
Testimony highlights diverse areas of expertise
The 15th annual Wulapalooza, Willamette University’s free music, art and Earth festival, will take place April 27 on Brown Field.
Through the connections he’s made at Willamette, Stephen Yamada embarks upon a communications career.
Mariah Grubb '14 learns she's a Truman Scholar during the last 10 minutes of an anthropology class.
Andrea Stolowitz receives accolades for her award-winning play, "Antarktikos."
After four trips to Africa to teach, learn Swahili and perform research, Carley Kwiatkowski '13 is heading back to intern with the Southern Economic Development Organization.
Erin Banks Rusby ’13 and Teresa Byrd ’13 are among 25 students receiving national honors.
With the funding, Evan Buechley ’06 will study bird communities on coffee farms in Ethiopia.
On April 8, Andreas Goldner will share his personal story of survival and reflect on how the horrors of the Holocaust could have happened in a lecture sponsored by Willamette University’s Jewish Student Union.
Emmanuel Rodriguez will participate in the Columbia Summer Public Health Scholars Program.
A new grant will fund language and cultural activities in schools across Oregon.
Several students will receive paid summer jobs through funding from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust.
Willamette University’s faculty trio is presenting a program of Ludwig van Beethoven, Ernest Bloch and Maurice Ravel at 7:30 p.m. April 2 in Hudson Hall.
Through organizing campus events, students on the Willamette Events Board learn lessons in money management, community outreach and teamwork.
Peter Harmer's study reveals the positive effects Tai Chi has on Parkinson patients.