April 10, 2019
Your weekly source of official university information.
Rebecca Kueny JD’13, Jason LeBlanc JD’19, Nani Apo JD’13, Allison Boomer JD’09, Phylis Myles
Willamette Law names Mentor of the Year
April 9, 2019
Rebecca Kueny JD’13 is Mentor of the Year. Nani Apo JD’13 and Allison Boomer JD’09 receive the Hon. Mary Mertens James Award.
Fulbright winners announced
Congratulations, Sarah Alexander '19, Alexis Gjurasic '19 and Kalie Weninger '15, who won Fullbright grants or ETAs, and Joellen Sweeney '14, who is an alternate. Follow the announcements of these and other awards on the SAGA webpage.
Monique Bourque
Winners of the Mark and Melody Teppola Creative Writing Prizes
Nationally recognized judges awarded authors of poetry, creative nonfiction and fiction.
Scott Nadelson
New program for students identifying as autistic or having ADD/ADHD
The Student Success Hub will pilot College Access Navigators (CAN), a support program for Willamette’s autistic and ADD/ADHD student populations, in fall 2019.
Marsa Terrell
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Peel Retrospective Concert
April 15, 2019
New Music at Willamette celebrates the work of Irene Gerlinger Swindells Professor of Music and Composition John Peel, who is retiring this year.
Willamette Law building front facade
April 13
Learn about the College of Law and the unique advantages of studying law across the street from the Oregon State Capitol.
Willamette University Wind Ensemble performs onstage
April 14, 2019
The University Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble will present a free concert featuring performances by this year’s concerto-aria competition winners, Peter Lawson ’19 and Alex Foufos ’20.
gray-scale graphic of a singer in front of a concert crowd; a violin
April 12
Willamette’s best student bands will compete for the top spot in this free concert for the Bearcat community.
graphic of world map with white arcs, like flight patterns, between major cities
April 11
Four alumni will share their experiences and provide advice on finding jobs in international affairs.
Campus Conversation: Masculinity
April 10
Men Can Stop Rape will host a dialogue about healthy masculinity and violence prevention for all members of the Willamette community.
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(04/03/2019 - 04/10/2019)
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