December 2014 News

Willamette hosts week-long MLK celebration beginning Jan. 19

To commemorate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Willamette University is hosting a week-long celebration beginning Jan. 19.

Looking Past The Low-Hanging Fruit

Professor Elliot Maltz prepares students for impending business trends.

Kiplinger's lists Willamette as one of the best value colleges in the nation

Outstanding quality and affordability were evaluated in the national report.


Dylan Jones '15 honored as finalist for Gagliardi Trophy on Wednesday

Dylan Jones '15 was recognized as one of four finalists for the Gagliardi Trophy.


Hallie Ford Museum of Art closes gallery for reinstallation project

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art closes a gallery to embark upon a remodel and reinstallation project.

Willamette's Global Community

The American Studies Program represents a world of experience.


Alum earns accolades for entrepreneurial pursuits

He started five companies in 30 months. He set a world record for largest snowball fight. And now Neil Bergquist ’09, MBA’10 is Washington's 2014 Small Entrepreneur of the Year.


2014 in 2:14

People, place, purpose — check out our video for a glimpse of how these ideas guided Willamette in 2014.

Dylan Jones '15 named one of four finalists for Gagliardi Trophy

The winner will be announced Dec. 17 at a banquet in Salem, Va.


Willamette receives national honor for its commitment to serving others

The university is named on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.


Mining Entrepreneurial Expertise

Stuart Read, Willamette’s new Professor of Strategic Management, shares how leaders take action in situations of true uncertainty.

Class of '88 establishes permanent fund to aid Willamette students

The feat was accomplished 25 years ahead of schedule.


Chemistry professor earns undergraduate research grant

Chuck Williamson and a team of students will study the fundamental processes of mixing two liquids.