November 2018 News

Sit…Stay…Now Roll Over

Making a Qualified Charitable Distribution from your IRA – a Tax-Savvy Way to Support Willamette University

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Willamette Law alumni honored with OSB awards

The Oregon State Bar (OSB) recognized three Willamette Law alumni at its annual awards luncheon on Nov. 7.

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Willamette MBA alumni pave the way for the future of Blockchain technology

Willamette students and alumni from all three schools came together to learn more about blockchain technology and cryptocurrency from our own distinguished alumni Neil Bergquist '09, MBA '10 and Nathan Love '05, MBA '06.

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Staffing update

Leadership changes are underway for the football program.

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Willamette MBA ranked No. 1 in Oregon, No. 2 in Pacific Northwest

Bloomberg Businessweek names Atkinson Graduate School of Management one of the nation’s best business schools.

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Early Action and Early Decision deadlines extended for California families

Applicants affected by wildfires may submit apps until Dec. 1.

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In memoriam: William Swindells, 1930–2018

Willamette life trustee and supporter helped shape and support the university for nearly 50 years.

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Dr. Row Lazzarini takes on the role as NCAA DIII Faculty Athletic Representative at WU.

Dr. Row Lazzarini joins other NCAA DIII Faculty Athletic Representatives (FAR) in Baltimore for a weekend of learning how FAR can have an impact on campus.

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2018 Election results for Willamette Law graduates and students

In the 2018 elections, several graduates — as well as a current student — of Willamette University’s College of Law ran for elected positions.

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Sen. Lisa Murkowski greets two students with a handshake.

Willamette Law hosts ‘A Conversation with Senator Murkowski’

Sen. Lisa Murkowski JD’85 returns to her alma mater for an interactive evening with Willamette students.

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Two Willamette Law students land D.C. externships

Emily Lohman JD'19 and Taylor VanScoy JD'18 landed externships in our nation's capital — an experience that cannot be replicated in a classroom.

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