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Atkinson Graduate School of Management names new dean

Dr. Seung Ho “Sam” Park will assume the role in August 2018.

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Updates to online Financial Aid Self Service tool

Students will be able to view and accept awards online through the new system.

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Willamette MBA again earns Poets&Quants ranking

AGSM advances three spots in two years.

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Traci McDowall is a third-year law student at Willamette Law.

Third-year Law student wins OWLS Armonica Grant

The Oregon Women Lawyers Foundation (OWLS) awarded Willamette Law 3L Traci McDowall an Armonica Grant at a luncheon near the end of November.

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Update on changes in University Services and more

President Thorsett provides an update on staff and reporting line changes, specifically within the University Services division.

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Upcoming event

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration 2018

Jan. 16–25

The university community celebrates King’s legacy with service projects, lectures, a book club, a film discussion, an open mic and more.

Graphic of Martin Luther King Jr. looking out from behind bars in Birmingham Jail.
Art Exhibition

MK Guth: Paying Attention

Jan. 20–April 1

Hallie Ford Museum of Art features the work of nationally recognized Portland artist MK Guth.

MK Guth art
Upcoming Event

Grace Goudy Distinguished Artists Series

Feb. 1–2

Renowned pianist Jeffrey Kahane will perform the Goldberg Variations.

Jeffrey Kahane, pianist.
From The News

Remembering Professor Gwynne Skinner

Willamette Law is saddened to announce the passing of one of its most gracious, enthusiastic and accomplished professors.

Law Professor Gwynne Skinner passed away December 11, 2017.
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Remembering history’s rad — and frequently radical — women

“Rad Women” author, illustrator help Willamette students celebrate the lives of activists and artists.

William Forkin ’19 chose Alok Vaid-Menon, an American Indian performance artist and poet, as the subject of a paper-cut portrait.
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In conversation with Emilio Solano ’09

Willamette Academy’s executive director explains how the program helps teenagers — and society — reach their potential.

Emilio Solano ’09