October 24, 2018
Your weekly source of official university information.
FEATURED NEWS
Switchboard makes connections for jobs and more
October 22, 2018
Kate Steffy ’17 connects with Kayley Abrams ’15 and launches a new career thanks to the free Willamette community resource.
FEATURED NEWS
Longtime director of Office of Grants and Strategic Initiatives stepping down
October 24, 2018
After 13 years of developing OGSI and helping Willamette secure tens of millions of dollars in grants and awards, Kendra Mingo has accepted a position at University of Idaho.
FEATURED NEWS
Willamette MBA to host special event on blockchain technology
October 23, 2018
Open to the entire WU community, the evening’s program will include a networking and social hour, an informational presentation and a panel discussion featuring AGSM and WU professors.
Gender Resource & Advocacy Center opens in Montag Loft
FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENTS
Gender Resource & Advocacy Center opens in Montag Loft
October 23, 2018
Check out the new GRAC, learn about changes to SARA, and honor survivors at an open house tomorrow.
FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENTS
Calendar comment period extended
October 23, 2018
The discussion board for the common calendar will now remain open until Friday, Oct. 26.
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Hauntcert: University Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble
FEATURED EVENT
Hauntcert: University Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble
October 28, 2018
Dress in costume and bring your trick-or-treat bag to this family-friendly, “spook-tacular” concert of Halloween-themed music.
FEATURED EVENT
The Miraculous Mundane: Five Writing Lessons from Photography
October 25, 2018
Associate Professor Scott Nadelson presents what writers can learn from studying the approaches of fine artists and documentary photographers.
FEATURED EVENT
“Were Bronze Age Anatolian Sun-goddesses the Ancestors of Hecate?”
October 25, 2018
Professor Mary Bachvarova explores the origin and development of the Classical and Hellenistic Greek witch and moon goddess.
FEATURED EVENT
Environmental Justice and Discourses of “the Nation”
October 30-November 6, 2018
Laura Pulido, University of Oregon ethnic studies and geography professor, discusses her most recent research and why struggling for environmental justice remains vital.
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In the Media
Angry owls return to Oregon
Mother Nature Network, Oct. 22
‘A living embodiment of change’
The Lewiston Tribune, Oct. 20
Comings
  • Erin Boers: Assistant Director of Institutional Grants - Advancement (Start date: November 1, 2018)
New Job Postings
(10/10/2018 - 10/27/2018)
  • Admission Data Analyst
  • Director of Development, College of Law
  • Associate Director for the Willamette Annual Fund, Direct Marketing
  • Zeller Chair Opera Studies
  • Executive Director of Advancement Strategy and Operations

A complete list of job postings is available by logging into Workday and visiting the Career worklet. Apply on WorkDay
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