• Noted Professors

    Noted Professors

    Engaging With the World

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

  • 2015 Willamette Graduates

    2015 Willamette Graduates

    Making Her Voice Heard

    An aspiring human rights journalist, Natalie Pate '15 is honing her writing skills this summer through a reporting internship with the Statesman Journal newspaper in Salem.  

  • 2015 Willamette Graduates

    2015 Willamette Graduates

    Artistic Outlook

    As the first Willamette student to win the Luce Scholar national fellowship, Christian Oldham '14, MBA'15 is spending a year in Japan to study the art of ikebana. 

  • 2015 Willamette Graduates

    2015 Willamette Graduates

    One Person, One Waterfall at a Time

    Martha Sonato ’15 takes a person-to-person approach to engage the Latino community with environmental issues in the Columbia River Gorge. 

  • 2015 Willamette Graduates

    2015 Willamette Graduates

    From Tragedy to Triumph

    Moved by the death of a friend, Emily Miller '15 wants to help people heal. Willamette prepared her for UCLA medical school, where she'll study pediatric oncology.  

  • 2015 Willamette Graduates

    2015 Willamette Graduates

    Changing Direction

    Halfway through his Willamette education, Jonny Saunders '15 discovered his love for neuroscience. Now, he's off to graduate school to continue his studies. 

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Highlights

Students benefit from new physics lab A NSF grant is funding designated lab space for sophomores and juniors to work.

Professor gains new insight into the Middle East Professor Holman encountered many firsts while teaching girls in Saudi Arabia.

NSF grant funds scientific literacy research Psychology professors set to develop, share new teaching modules.

Self-control studied through new grant Psychology and politics professors unite to better understand self-control.

Murdock Charitable Trust funds research Chemistry professor Alison Fisher studies how, why plants exchange gases with air.

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In the Media

Gov. Inslee JD'76 talks books

Crosscut  (Jul 23)

New Horizons represents optimism, effort

Statesman Journal  (Jul 18)

Ringold talks horses and education

Oregon Business  (Jul 13)

Williamson JD'01 chosen majority leader

Portland Tribune  (Jul 10)

Green explains "Christian nation" narrative

Australian Broadcasting Corporation  (Jul 8)

Read '97 to run for state treasurer

Portland Tribune  (Jul 8)