June 2015 News

Willamette receives high praise in latest Fiske Guide to Colleges

Willamette is the “best little school you've never heard of,” according to the new book.

Green Initiative Fund awards sustainability grants to students, staff

The awards will improve facilities, reduce waste and promote sustainability.


Renewed website set to launch in July

July’s launch marks the beginning of a new era for Willamette’s web presence.

Summer conferences attract students, artists to campus

From Willamette's own Willamette Academy to actors and musicians, campus is alive with visitors through July.

Pérez teaches his students never to settle for the world in which they live

Roy Pérez, who teaches English and American Ethnic Studies, helps his students challenge concepts of culture and power.


Learning the law in a new light

Willamette law school’s Externship Program offers experiential learning opportunities.


Greek life grows on campus with addition of new chapters

Thirty-four percent of Willamette students are now involved in Greek life.

Minimal disruptions expected across campus while construction ensues

Crews are working in Baxter Hall, Sparks Athletic Center and Collins Science Center.


Employees of the Year express shock, gratitude for their awards

Six classified and administrative workers received awards at the ACE Awards luncheon in May.


Willamette law school’s trailblazer

Danny Santos, Willamette Law’s associate dean of student affairs was an Oregon trailblazer long before he was honored as one.


Willamette University launches renewed website this summer

The site is designed for mobile optimization and includes new multimedia tools for storytelling.


Hoyts pledge $1 million to fund nonprofit education at AGSM

The gift will help AGSM award scholarships to students taking nonprofit management courses.

Hoyts pledge $1 million to Willamette University MBA for not-for-profit education

Announcing the George and Colleen Hoyt Scholarship

ACE Awards Luncheon recognizes employee accomplishments

More than 65 employees were honored for their service May 28.