February 2017 News

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Keeping PACE with Larry Ettner

One of the signature programs at Willamette University MBA celebrates milestone.

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Training grounds for good

The public interest law project serves a dual purpose: train tomorrow's lawyers and serve the community.

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From the slopes to the courtroom

Like a snowboarding course, first-year law student April Stone's path to Willamette has been a winding and sometimes difficult path.

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Oreskes to present “Climate Change: What Now?”

The 2017 Dempsey Lecture addresses efforts to undermine scientific research that threatens profits.

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Ami Boucher 17’ presents research at the ACSM Northwest.

Her presentation was titled “Diabetic Neuropathy on Knee Joint Position Sense.”

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Willamette Law’s Chad Sleight JD’03 appointed Clark County (Washington) District Court judge

The Clark County council appointed Sleight to the position after interviewing four candidates. He begins in March.

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American Studies Program students join the community

Last week, Willamette University welcomed 119 ASP students to campus.

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In “Lear’s Daughters,” female voices take stage.

Feminist prequel to famous Shakespeare play imagines sisters before “King Lear.”

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Indian Country Conversations brings Native and indigenous voices to campus

Jarvis Kennedy and Elizabeth Woody will present as part of the series’ spring events.

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In 3-2 engineering program, Donald Swen ’18 discovers challenge and success

Through Willamette’s joint degree program, Donald Swen ’18 heads abroad, works with robots and finds shorter path to advanced engineering degree.

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Law Prof. Steve Green discusses Johnson Amendment on RadioWest

Willamette Law’s Prof. Steve Green was on Utah radio station RadioWest February 7 to discuss the Johnson Amendment and President Donald Trump’s promise to do away with it.

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A Kosovo connection

Willamette MBA alumni lend business expertise to reinvigorate a Kosovo high school.

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Law Symposium brings health law community to campus

The Willamette Law Review held its annual Law Symposium February 3, highlighting the topic “Equity in Health Law.”

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Speeches, vigil and social media campaign to celebrate black history

Black Student Union club hosts several events in honor of Black History Month.

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Faculty and staff help set a new fundraising record

Already at $1M, the Annual Fund directly supports Willamette’s students today.

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Atkinson Lecture speaker Ta-Nehisi Coates addressed the lies that lead to racism

Willamette’s MLK Celebration concluded with a presentation by the 2015 National Book Award winner.

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Two college guides note Willamette’s positive impact

Princeton Review and Washington Monthly rank Willamette among top schools for community service and student engagement.

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