November 2013 News

Fostering Cultural Awareness

Through the LARC program, Willamette students research effects of using Native American mascots in public schools.

Basu named 2013 Oregon Professor of the Year

Recognized for his innovative courses and his passion for teaching, Basu joins the ranks of 10 other Willamette professors who have received the award.

Freeby '15 earns regional athlete of the year

The Willamette junior is the top D3 cross country runner in the West.

WU students host job fair for youths

Willamette's Tiger Club helped Bush Elementary students think about possible careers.

Work, study experiences net big results

Keith Fakhoury '14 answers questions about internships and an international exchange program.

Carson Scholars share research

Sexism, the neuroscience of beauty and astrophysics are among the topics presented.

Why does science matter?

Brian Greene, a theoretical physicist, decodes mysteries of the universe during Willamette's Atkinson lecture.

More Americans identify as non-religious

Professor David Gutterman shares why religious fervor is declining for some.

Performance: Dance concerts

In November, the theatre department and Willamette Dance Company (WDC) are both producing dance concerts.

Readings: Jay Ponteri and Emily Kendal Frey

Writers Jay Ponteri and Emily Kendal Frey will read selections of their works Nov. 18 as part of the “New Voices Showcase” at Willamette University.