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November2010 News

Select November media clips Stories from the news.

12-06-2010

Big Box Environmental Governance Professor Peter Dauvergn, director of the Liu Institute for Global Issues, will discuss environmental programs from big box stores.

12-01-2010

Music professor's CD sales to support scholarships Hekun Wu performs Bach solos for cello.

11-30-2010

Blog spreads global perspective Willamette World News allows international students to share news and other insights from their home countries.

11-30-2010

Climate Change in Southern Egypt Professor Kathleen Nicoll from the University of Utah will discuss her research on climate change in Saharan North Africa.

11-30-2010

Alumnus appears on “Glee” John West ’73, a professional musician in Hollywood, sang in a recent episode of the popular TV show.

11-30-2010

Electric Bass Master Class Electric bassist John Pounds will conduct a free master class Dec. 2.

11-29-2010

MBA students start Net Impact chapter The international organization allows students to serve the community while learning management skills.

11-23-2010

Hallie Ford Museum of Art closed for Thanksgiving holiday In observance of Thanksgiving, the Hallie Ford Museum of Art will close on Wednesday, Nov. 24 at 3 p.m. and re-open on Saturday, Nov. 27 at 10 a.m.

11-19-2010

Poet laureate visits Willamette A packed house in Hudson Hall heard Billy Collins read his work and offer insight into the poetic world.

11-19-2010

Alumna nominated to be U.S. attorney President Barack Obama nominated Amanda Marshall JD’95 to serve as Oregon's top federal prosecutor.

11-18-2010

Star Trees Lighting On Dec. 4, Willamette University invites the community to the 14th Annual Star Trees Lighting Ceremony.

11-16-2010

Francis Celentano: Form and Color A major 45-year retrospective exhibition of Celentano’s work opens Nov. 20, 2010 and continues through Jan. 16, 2011.

11-15-2010

Alumna publishes eco-friendly guide A new book by Joy Hatch MAT’97 educates on how to raise children in an eco-friendly atmosphere.

11-15-2010

Technological Innovation in Imperial Rome A lecture by Lynne Lancaster from Ohio University will address the relationship between ancient building technologies and Roman society.

11-15-2010

Former prof joins Oregon Arts Commission The governor appointed Roger Hull to help establish policies for public support of the arts.

11-12-2010

Beethoven Sonata Cycle A concert at Willamette by three renowned musicians will explore Beethoven’s sonatas.

11-12-2010

Alumnus honored for classroom excellence Jason Niedermeyer ’01, MAT’05 earned an award for his innovative style in teaching evolution.

11-11-2010

Jazz Night A free concert on Nov. 19 will feature guest artist Dan Gailey along with the Willamette Jazz Collective, the Willamette Singers and the Walker Quintet.

11-11-2010

University Chamber Orchestra The orchestra’s fall concert on Nov. 18 will feature music by Beethoven, Bach and Estonian composer Heino Eller.

11-11-2010

Wind Ensemble Concert The free concert on Nov. 23 will feature music from and written about Mexico.

11-11-2010

Fall Faculty Music Recital Pianist Jean-David Coen and cellist Hekun Wu will give a free performance Dec. 1 of works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff.

11-11-2010

A Victorian Christmas with John Doan A holiday tradition in its 24th season, this concert will feature John Doan re-enacting what Christmas might have been like a century ago.

11-11-2010

Christmas in Hudson Hall Willamette Music presents this annual Christmas performance on Dec. 9 and 10.

11-11-2010

Career event inspires students Willamette alumni gave students some food for thought regarding how to turn their majors into careers.

11-10-2010

WU alumni recognized for business A family of Willamette graduates was honored for success in their public relations company.

11-08-2010

Beckettshorts Theatre features Samuel Beckett short plays

11-04-2010

Poet laureate Billy Collins The free event is open to the public and will be followed by a book signing.

11-03-2010

NY Times journalist visits WU David Rohde, who was once held captive by the Taliban, shared his story and insights into the Afghanistan war.

11-03-2010

Carson Scholars present projects A group of undergraduates recently shared the results of their summer research.

11-02-2010