November 2012 News

Music: The Art of Collaboration On Nov. 29, the Willamette Jazz Collective will premier a collaborative composition by Willamette music professor James Miley and Minnesota poet Katharine Rauk.


Year-End Giving Learn more about including Willamette in your giving plans before December 31.


Carson grants send students packing Recipients undertake scholarly, creative or professional research projects around the globe.


Students share benefits of Lilly Project grants After traveling the world to explore their vocational interests, students present their findings.


Alumni offer career advice Alumni tout the diversity of jobs available for economics majors.


Successful alumnus visits Willamette Noah Horton '02 relates how he developed and sold a social media platform company.


Alumnus spearheads philanthropic journey Jordan Schweiger '06 and Madison Hall '16 learn life lessons by providing homes to Nepal residents.


Kiplinger ranks Willamette as best value college Willamette secures 72nd spot among the best private liberal arts schools in the nation.


Willamette alumni earn Fulbright fellowships Jaela Dinsmore ’12 and Anton Chiono ’06 are recognized with fellowships.


Literary Reading: David Biespiel David Biespiel, an Oregon Book Award winner and renowned poet, is reading selections of his work on campus Nov. 14 as part of Willamette University’s Hallie Ford Literary Series.


Music: The Rose Ensemble Willamette University’s Grace Goudy Distinguished Artists Series is celebrating its 30th anniversary season Nov. 27 with performances and master classes by The Rose Ensemble and guest soprano Nell Snaidas.


A journalist reveals many sides of war Sebastian Junger shares his experiences covering war as part of the Atkinson Lecture Series at Willamette.