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Willamette University

October 2015, Monthly Edition

In the past month, Willamette boasted a record attendance at Alumni Weekend. A exercise science professor was honored with a Mentor Award, and an MBA alumnus was recognized as one of the most influential business leaders in the world. Read on to learn more about other university happenings, and continue to send your story suggestions to us at

Robert Edsel will present "Saving Italy: The Race to Rescue a Nation's Treasures from the Nazis" on Thursday, Oct. 15.

Alumni Weekend More than 600 guests helped make this year's Alumni Weekend one of the best attended in Willamette history.

Peter Harmer Harmer, who teaches exercise science, received the award from the Medical Research Foundation.

Steve Green In his latest book, Steven Green traces the origin of America's Christian founding narrative.

The Angel Resource Institute is moving its headquarters and operations to Willamette University, with locations in Portland and Salem, Oregon.

Jim Booth '64 Induction into the Order of Constantine is considered the highest honor Sigma Chi can bestow upon one of its members.

MBA Forty-six students joined the program in Salem and Portland, creating the largest combined class in the program's 10-year history.

National Jurist based its findings on employment data. A full story appears in the latest edition of its magazine.

Punit Renjen MM'86 Punit Renjen MM'86, CEO of Deloitte Global and a Willamette University trustee, was honored for his work inspiring others.

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The Willamette University women's cross country team is ranked #17 in the latest NCAA Division III National Coaches' Poll.

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