February 2015 News

Law professor is Willamette's first Fulbright Distinguished Chair

Warren Binford hopes to support the advancement of brain science research focused on child pornography.


“Gianni Schicchi” opens March 12

The opposing forces of greed, love and honor are showcased in “Gianni Schicchi,” an opera opening at Willamette University March 12.

Theatre touted as nation's best by OnStage

The OnStage blog calls Willamette's Theatre program "absolutely incredible."


Andrés Oswill ’15 uses his leadership skills to leave his mark at Willamette

From serving in his fraternity to leading the Associated Students of Willamette University, Andrés Oswill '15 is leaving a lasting impression on campus.

Chris Susen MBA'12 Honored by the Portland Business Journal

Atkinson graduate named 2015 Forty Under 40 award winner

Ringold Elected to Portland Business Alliance Board of Directors

Willamette University MBA strengthens ties to the Portland business community

Punit Renjen MM'86 Named Global CEO for Deloitte

Atkinson graduate named CEO of Deloitte Global

Willamette ranked No. 10 for number of alumni serving in Peace Corps

With 11 alumni serving overseas, Willamette snags the No. 10 spot among small schools.


Two students earn fellowships to study public policy this summer

Juniors Grecia Garcia and Julian Juarez will learn about public policy and international affairs this summer.


Students find their voices through community radio

What’s it like to host a radio show? Chemistry professor Karen McFarlane Holman’s “Community Radio” students try it firsthand — and learn about themselves along the way.


Green Initiative Fund promotes sustainability efforts across campus

The Green Initiative Fund is promoting social and environmental sustainability on campus.


Biologist explores the science behind owl attacks on Salem runners

Dave Craig discusses the science behind "Owlcapone's" behavior.


History professor selected for CIC seminar at Yale University in June

Seth Cotlar is participating in a seminar on slave narratives at Yale University in June.


Amadou Fofana wins Mellon Fellowship at Duke University

Amadou Fofana has been awarded a Humanities Writ Large fellowship at Duke University.


Gregoire '01 credits Willamette for 'helping lead her down a great path'

After directing the National Export Initiative for President Barack Obama, Courtney Gregoire '01 returned to Seattle to balance her family life with working a lawyer and a Port of Seattle commissioner.

Math Department promotes team building through NSF research grant

A National Science Foundation grant is funding undergraduate mathematics research.


Spring Break Blast! Sketchbook Art for Kids

Registration open now

Drop-in Art Making

All ages welcome to unleash the artist within

Sketch in the Gallery: Hands-on Art Time for Adults

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Willamette among nation's best for "making an impact"

The Princeton Review lists Willamette fourth in the nation for "making an impact.”


New TIUA class arrives from Japan

This week, Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) welcomed 132 new students to Salem.


Remember poetry

In "Poetry," Chasar considers the vanishing memorized poem.


Remember poetry

Remember poetry