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Willamette University

November 2015, Monthly Edition

A law professor earned a lifetime achievement award. The MBA program was again ranked the "Best Business School" in Oregon. And an undergrad shares how she started the first Food Recovery Network chapter in Oregon. Read on to learn more about these stories and other happenings at Willamette University. If you have a story idea to share, please contact us at wu-stories@willamette.edu.




Businessweek ranking Willamette moved up 11 spots nationally and is the only ranked MBA program in Oregon.




The American Society of Comparative Law honored professor Symeon Symeonides for his work.





Maya Kaup '17 Maya Kaup ’17 overcomes her aversion to the spotlight to champion important causes.





Lara St. John The violinist is performing Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in Rogers Music Center.





Shamir Cervantes '16 Improving communication among administrators, students tops Cervantes' agenda.





Ta-Nehisi Coates The bestselling author will deliver “A Deeper Black: Race in America" on Jan. 20 at Willamette University.





Battle of the Beasts Willamette University beat Pacific University in the Third Annual Battle of the Beasts, a weeklong donor challenge from October 19-25.





Robert Edsel Best-selling author Robert Edsel spoke as part of Willamette’s Atkinson Lecture Series on Oct. 15.





Nicole Roth MBA'16 Most challenges are too big to tackle alone. That’s why Nicole Roth decided to earn her MBA.

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NWC Champions The men's team won the team title for the fourth straight year; women's team placed second.

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