Willamette University MBA Reaccreditation Announced
Describing her classroom as an "unpredictable laboratory," art history professor Abigail Susik says the best part of her job is learning from her students.Category:
The first-ever plan charts a course for telling the Willamette story better.Category:
Find out more about art conservation with Tom Fuller as he works with our Native American collection.
Willamette alumni in sports: A different way to go pro
Spring issue celebrates Bearcats in business, a speed-skating student, and much more.
For nearly two centuries, “The Country Wife” was considered too scandalous for the stage. But it’s precisely because of its clever satire and cheeky dialogue that the comedy is opening at Willamette University April 16.Category:
Starting Spring Break, families are invited to go on a scavenger hunt in the galleries and receive a prize
Music: Ethos Percussion Group
Music: Anderson & Roe Piano Duo
Oldham '14, MBA '15 named Luce Scholar
Through her mentorship with professor Jason Duncan, Serena Meng '15 discovered her passion for science.
On April 17, Willamette University presents Ethos Percussion Group.
Lecture: Hallie Ford Literary Series
Law school continues its rise in rankings by US News and World Report.Category:
After graduating a year ahead of schedule, Olina Cavedoni '14 used her majors in economics and international studies to work at the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.
On April 1 at 7:30 p.m., Willamette will feature the acclaimed piano duo Anderson & Roe.
13th Annual Social Powwow celebrates Native culture and traditions
Film: "Within the Silence"
Tomodachi participants share American culture with ASP students — and find they learn just as much from the experience.Category:
Atkinson Lecture: Jerry Greenfield