Capturing the ultimate race at sea

Supported by a colloquium grant, Henry Veitenhans ’22 documents his race from Washington to Alaska.

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Stories and News

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Willamette College of Law recognized by National Jurist Magazine

Willamette was the only law school in the Pacific Northwest to be recognized.

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Willamette listed among top Teach For America colleges

Seven Bearcat alumni are serving in the program’s 2019 teaching corps.

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Forbes ranks Willamette MBA #57 nationwide for return on investment

Willamette University’s Atkinson Graduate School of Management has once again landed on Forbes magazine’s biannual “Best Business Schools” list.

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Networking tips from CJ Walker MBA’20

CJ credits Career Management for always encouraging students to go out and network in landing his summer internship at famed advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy.

Upcoming Event

Exploring Catacombs Through Social Networks

Oct. 24

Understanding the role catacomb gravediggers may have played centuries ago managing large and complex cemeteries.

Exploring Catacombs Through Social Networks
Upcoming event

“Hauntcert” – WU Chamber Orchestra & Wind Ensemble – in costume!

Oct. 29

Join us for this family-friendly spook-tacular concert of fun music. Sweets will be provided at the end of the concert.

UCO/Wind Ensemble Concert, "Hauntcert"
Art exhibition

Custom Made Imperatives: Watercolors by Carol Hausser

Aug. 24–Dec. 1

Hallie Ford Museum of Art exhibition features 35 years of the Salem artist’s abstract watercolor paintings.

Carol Hausser’s “Losing My Perspective
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Living Willamette’s motto, law professor protects children’s rights

Warren Binford continues to shine light on children’s treatment at U.S. border facilities.

Warren Binford
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Willamette welcomes new opera chair

New chair is expert at building new art institutions, presenting concert music with contemporary twist.

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Father’s ALS diagnosis inspires student’s advocacy

Leah Olson ’20 interns with ALS Association, lobbies at D.C. and in Salem.

Leah Olson ’20