July 2013 News

Astrophysicist offers advice to incoming students at convocation

David J. Helfand, president and vice chancellor of Quest University Canada, is Willamette University’s 2013 convocation speaker.


Email from Campus Life dean regarding Sigma Chi conduct

Dean David Douglass shares updates about the conduct review.

Willamette grant allows Dylan Angell to pursue his passion for space

Dylan Angell ’14 used Willamette’s observatory at Zena Forest this summer to conduct research on a rare type of star.

Willamette MBAs Collaborate Over Crowdfunding Venture

Students from the Full-Time MBA and MBA for Professionals Program Develop Kickstarter Campaign

Ringold Appointed to Commission on Peer Review and Accreditation (COPRA)

Part of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration

Willamette's involved faculty, small classes noted in Fiske college guide

Willamette's personal atmosphere, engaged faculty touted in college guide.


Guerra '11 gives a voice to the voiceless through Causa of Oregon

Today, at just 24 years old, Luis Guerra '11 is the acting executive director for Causa of Oregon, the largest Latino civil and human rights organization in the Pacific Northwest.

Study shows family-based training promotes healthy child development

Psychology professor Courtney Stevens' findings were published July 1.


Stevie Gildehaus '13 awarded Fulbright grant to teach in Brazil

The Willamette alumna will teach English at a university in Brazil next year.


Willamette MBA program offers alumni free classes for life

Free classes in Salem and Portland now offered to Atkinson's alumni for life.