March 2020 News

Willamette suspends all athletic events and activities

The indefinite suspension follows the NCAA’s decision to cancel sports championships and the NWC’s move to halt athletics at member schools.


Willamette recognized for creating pathway to success for underrepresented students

Strive for College, an organization dedicated to educational access, gives the university high marks for fostering an environment that leads to timely graduation and rewarding careers.


Tips for nontraditional students

It’s been years since you’ve cracked open a textbook, but you’ve finally decided to go to college. 

Kalie Weninger

Sociology major wins Fulbright for masters degree in England

Kalie Weninger ’15 one of three graduates awarded the grant last year.


Why study sustainability? It's relevant to any major.

As we think about the future, we must reconsider the way we live, work and play to make the best use of our natural resources. 


Nontraditional student seeks success beyond the oil industry

Alaska native quits lucrative job for economics degree


Faculty tenure announced

Board of Trustees promotes eight professors in the College of Arts and Sciences to associate professor with tenure.

Professor Ed Harri headshot

Remembering Professor Ed Harri

Willamette law mourns the passing of beloved Professor of Law Ed Harri.


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