A traumatic event prompts Miller ’15 to remap her life
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.
Willamette Singers win DownBeat award
The jazz group gains global recognition for the second straight year.
Speakers chosen for 2015 commencement ceremonies
Speakers for the undergrad and graduate schools will share remarks May 17.
Alumna wins Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship
Risa Cromer ’04 is one of four anthropologists across the nation to receive the award.
Saunders '15 catches research bug
Halfway through his Willamette education, Jonny Saunders '15 discovered his love for neuroscience. Now, he's off to graduate school to continue his studies.
Sonato ’15 connects Latinos and environmentalism
Martha Sonato ’15 takes a person-to-person approach to engage the Latino community with environmental issues in the Columbia River Gorge.
Alumna awarded NSF graduate fellowship
With the stipend, Christina Johnson '14 is pursuing her doctorate in microbiology.
Students share scholarly work
On Student Scholarship Recognition Day, students led the discussions as they presented their projects.
Speaker probes China's pollution problem
Ma Jun, an environmental activist, discussed his work during the Dempsey Lecture Series.
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Willamette honored seniors at Athletics Awards Night
Dylan Jones '15 and Jack Nelson '15 shared the J.H. Booth Award, while Michaela Freeby '15 was chosen for the Jean Williams Award.
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From first in Oregon to first in the Pacific Northwest, Willamette College of Law keeps climbing in rankings for job placement for graduates.
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Atkinson celebrates 40th anniversary
More than 300 people participated in the festivities May 1 and 2.
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