January 2017 News

President Thorsett’s messages regarding the executive order on travel and immigration

President Steve Thorsett offers his thoughts and reflections on recent executive orders.


Willamette Day celebration events

Here are the events that kick off a yearlong celebration of Willamette’s past, present and future. Join in the festivities that begin Wednesday.


ASP class of 2017 arrives on campus next week

Campus community encouraged to make the new Bearcats feel at home.


With actions and words, Willamette celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

MLK Celebration 2017 offers a variety of events and perspectives.

Law Prof. Dobbins on OPB to talk President Trump's SCOTUS nominee

Dobbins and Lisa McElroy, associate professor at Drexel University School of Law, spoke about the four people whose names have been floated around as Trump’s short list: William Pryor, 54, Diane Sykes, 59, Neil Gorsuch, 49, and Thomas Hardiman, 51.


MBA for Professionals program celebrates commencement

Saturday’s ceremony recognized 49 graduates of the Portland and Salem cohorts.


Willamette Law named to pre-Law Magazine’s Most Diverse law school list

Willamette was one of 60 schools on the list and the only Oregon school recognized.


AGSM faculty offer leadership advice to undergrads

A series of interactive events helps students get ahead in their career preparation.

Opening Days leadership

Campus jobs open for leadership — and non-leadership — types

All Willamette students are encouraged to apply for Campus Life jobs


Three English professors named finalists for Oregon Book Awards

Deulen, Nadelson and Stolowitz are in the running for 2017 honors.


Constitutional interpretation discussed by legal scholar Richard Epstein in Willamette Law lecture

Epstein will discuss how the Supreme Court deciphers the Constitution in his lecture "Our Implied Constitution."


Willamette Law alumnus Trevor Stephens ’81, JD’85 reappointed to Superior Court in Ketchikan, Alaska

The appointment was made in late December of 2016 by Alaska Chief Justice Craig Stowers and will be for a one-year term, eligible for reappointment.


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