April 24, 2019
Your weekly source of official university information.
Students sit at table in law library
FEATURED NEWS
April 22, 2019
College of Law has led the state in six of the past seven years.
Three sculptures of Rodriguez: a small human figure, a dress, a bust
FEATURED NEWS
April 23, 2019
Hallie Ford Museum of Art’s George Rodriguez exhibition will examine culture, politics and identity.
Adrian Uphoff in the Oregon Capitol
FEATURED NEWS
April 23, 2019
Adrian Uphoff ’19 is pushing legislation at the Capitol and opening doors for future interns.
Two students flank two members of a nonprofit who hold a large check
FEATURED NEWS
April 16, 2019
Student-led program awards more than $150,000 to nine area nonprofits.
FEATURED NEWS
Willamette politics major lands Stanford data fellowship
April 23, 2019
Paige Morrisey ’19 will interview families, collect data for groundbreaking study.
FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENT
Carson grant recipients announced
Ten undergraduates each receive $3,000 in support of an independent summer research or creative project.
Monique Bourque
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students dance in a line at last year's luau
FEATURED EVENT
Hawai’i Club’s 30th Lū’au
April 27, 2019
Celebrate the rich history of music across Polynesia at this family-friendly evening of entertainment, education and sharing of Hawai’i’s culture.
a chorus on risers in Hudson Hall
FEATURED EVENT
April 25, 26, 28 and 30, 2019
Performances this week include Small Ensembles Spring Celebration Concert, Vocal Jazz Festival Invitational Concert, Spring Choral Concert and a senior recital by Joe Kennedy.
Honors and Awards in Bearcat Excellence logo of black graphic of Waller Hall cupola; student winner from last year hugs a presenter
FEATURED EVENT
April 25, 2019
Celebrate students who have made the Willamette and Salem-Keizer communities a better place through their cocurricular involvement.
FEATURED EVENT
Andre Uribe Visits WU: Food Justice and Cooking Demo
April 25, 2019
Join the former executive chef of Bon Appetit at Willamette for a food demonstration and conversation about food justice.
FEATURED EVENT
Take Back the Night
April 26, 2019
The Gender, Resource and Advocacy Center and SARA invite survivors, supporters and those seeking to end sexual assault and interpersonal violence to take back the night.
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In The Media
Job Changes
  • J.R. Tarabocchia: Assistant Vice President for Admissions Marketing - University Communications
  • Jaime Lawrence: University Services Office and Scheduling Manager - University Leadership
a duck with a green head stands on a rock in the Mill Stream    Student and Prof. Battle working in the chemistry lab    student looks down from up in a tree

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