July 2015 News

Walking the talk

Among his many activities, Mitch Diaz '16 serves as an admission intern and welcomes visitors to campus.

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Supported for success

Erin Milos, JD/MBA ’17 found the comfort of her small-town roots at Willamette.

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From AmeriCorps to the Willamette MBA

William Christiansen MBA’16 is pursuing his passion for the not-for-profit sector.

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At home at Willamette Law

Nate Aggrey ’09 JD '16 is ready to apply his knowledge of the law to global issues.

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Serving the law and the community

Willamette Law Professor Laura Appleman trains students to practice criminal law.

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What will bring you the greatest amount of fulfillment in your work?

Ashley Nixon, assistant professor of human resources, helps her MBA students find out.

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Our new website launches July 29

Learn how you can prepare for the launch.

Chemistry professor Sarah Kirk wins natural sciences research grant

With the funding, Sarah Kirk will synthesize molecules to treat eye disease.

Students advance research skills through summer LARC program

The summer program leads to curricular innovation, research experience for students.

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Website rollout set to launch July 29

Renewed website will debut later in July, followed by training sessions.

Offices change location to better connect related programs, services

Your guide to who's going where.

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Professor shares lessons from visiting Saudi Arabia

Professor Holman encountered many firsts while teaching girls in Saudi Arabia.

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Physics students learn to use research-grade equipment in new lab

A NSF grant is funding designated lab space for sophomores and juniors to work.

Chemistry professor receives funding to continue research on plants

Chemistry professor Alison Fisher studies how, why plants exchange gases with air.

Biology professor receives NSF Research Opportunity Award

With the funding, biology professor David Craig is studying the migration and dispersal biology of tree swallows.

NSF grant benefits psychology education across four schools

Psychology professors set to develop, share new teaching modules.

Professors awarded philosophy and science grant to study self-control

Psychology and politics professors unite to better understand self-control.

The many hats of corporate counsel

Eva M. Kripalani JD ‘86 makes the connection between law and business.

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