Martha Sonato ’15 takes a person-to-person approach to engage the Latino community with environmental issues in the Columbia River Gorge.Category:
With the awards, Seth Cotlar will continue research for his book.Category:
Manny Rodriguez ('15) presented his research "Upstream vs. Downstream Determinants of Diabetes" at the Health Inequities Symposium in Corvallis, OR on April 21st.Category:
Volunteering at a hospital helped Emily Miller ’15 heal after the death of her best friend. Now her passion for medicine is taking her to medical school.
Commencement Speaker Announced
Ma Jun, an environmental activist, discusses his work during the Dempsey Lecture Series.
The American Society of International Law awards 2015 Certificates of Merit to three publications.
The jury system has value far beyond deciding the guilt or innocence of the accused.
Halfway through his Willamette education, Jonny Saunders '15 discovered his love for neuroscience. Now, he's off to graduate school to continue his studies.
More than 200 students will present their original projects — ranging from jazz performances to cutting-edge chemistry research — during the annual Student Scholarship Recognition Day (SSRD) at Willamette University.
Visiting English professor Andrea Stolowitz earns recognition for her play, "Ithaka."Category:
The appointment by the American Law Institute is a reflection of national standing.
Just in time for the sunshine’s reappearance, Hawai’i Club is hosting two events this month to celebrate Hawaiian culture.
The student-run Willamette Dance Company (WDC) is hosting “Revolution,” a 16-piece dance showcase, April 16 and 17.
Four-week course offers new lawyers hard-to-obtain courtroom experience.
Annual award presented during commencement weekend.
Forum to examine vaccination perspectives
Zane Sparling and Emily Hoard will work at Oregon newspapers this summer.Category:
Dempsey Lecture: Ma Jun