March 2017 News

Nani Apo JD'13 earned her JD and certificate in dispute resolution from Willamette Law and now works for the Oregon Department of Justice.

Certificate in Dispute Resolution beneficial for all law students, alumnae say

Working as a receptionist at a veterinary hospital in Portland, Nani Apo JD’13 heard all kinds of complaints.


New housing changes help first-year students find common ground

First-Year Commons will include Terra, Belknap, Cascadia and Matthews halls and Baxter Complex.

David Griffith

Chemistry professor secures $325K National Science Foundation grant

David Griffith and senior research students study estrogen in aquatic environments.


Spring break reminders

Here are a few things for students to know concerning housing, food and transportation.


Six faculty granted tenure for 2017–18 academic year

The university recognized Anna Cox, Brandi Row Lazzarini, Roy Pérez, Abigail Susik, Karen Sandrik and Kawika Pierson for their teaching, scholarship and service.


Distinguished Artists Series features renown flutist and pianist

Jim Walker and Bryan Pezzone will perform and hold master classes for music students.

Day of Service

Bearcats unite for Day of Service

In Salem and across the country, members of the Willamette country joined together to do good.


Willamette welcomes Bearcat Days visitors

Events for admitted students kick off Thursday and Friday.


President’s Task Force on Equity and Inclusion completes report

The group’s recommendations were presented to President Thorsett last week.


From studio art major to sports entrepreneur

"Had I not gone to Willamette MBA, this company would not exist.”


Sparks Athletic Center LEEDs the way to sustainability

Fitness center renovation earns “gold” status from U.S. Green Building Council.


Seven countries in one summer

Photos, letters from 1954 Willamette student bike trip are available in university archives.


Oregon Supreme Court hears two cases at Willamette Law

College of Law students learn protocol, ask questions and watch real cases argued before the court.


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