September 2016 News

Willamette Law's Jim Green JD'91 named executive director of Oregon School Boards Association

Dr. Doug Nelson, president of the OSBA Board of Directors, said Green is uniquely qualified for the position.

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Willamette to update its Human Resources Information System (HRIS)

The new system will help streamline processes and provide stronger security measures.

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Exploring Jewish history in Oregon from 1950-2010

In her new book, Ellen Eisenberg examines Oregon’s Jewish community during a period of rapid change.

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ACHA to evaluate Willamette’s health care model

ACHA to evaluate Willamette's health care model

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Out with the old, in with the new

Summer renovations transform Baxter and Doney halls.

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Bearcats head back to Willamette for 2016 Alumni Weekend

The university offered food, festivities and special events.

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Law Professor Binford comments on growing conversation on sexual assault in Portland music community

A community meeting was held last week to discuss solutions to what some are saying is an escalating problem in the Portland community.

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Winners chosen in Spaulding Trial Competition

The College of Law’s Bruce Spaulding Trial Competition held its final round of contests September 14, with third-year law students Stacey Gibbons and Lauren Barnes selected as winners.

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Student Bar Association elects new class officers

Willamette Law’s Student Bar Association held elections this week and elected new officers for each class.

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Law Professor Dobbins quoted in Oregon Business article on Aequitas Capital lawsuit

Willamette Law Professor Jeffrey Dobbins commented in an Oregon Business article regarding the class-action lawsuit filed against Aequitas Capital.

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College of Law faculty receive institutional awards

Professor Jeffrey Dobbins received the Jerry E. Hudson Award for Excellence in Teaching, and Professor Symeon Symeonides was given the Robert L. Misner Award for Law Faculty Scholarship.

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Season of Shakespeare

Willamette University Theatre’s new season features contemporary plays, music, dance and “Macbeth.”

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Updates on communications and enrollment

Russ Yost and Jeremy Bogan will take on expanded roles after Oct. 7.

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College of Law hires three new faculty members

Professors Gilden, Simowitz and Meyers join the College of Law's faculty of dedicated teachers and leading legal scholars.

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College of Law welcomes new associate dean for Student Affairs and Administration

Focused on student success, self-proclaimed "policy nerd" to dig in and find what works best for our law students.

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Law Professor Friedman quoted in Associated Press article on settlement of Oregon v. Oracle lawsuit

Willamette Associate Professor of Law David Friedman commented on the resolution of the Oregon v. Oracle lawsuit in a September 15 Associated Press story.

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Beauchamp: The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till

The emmy-nominated filmmaker Keith Beauchamp shares Till's story.

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Campus-wide water testing nearly complete

In response to national concerns over water quality, Willamette University tested its drinking water supplies over the summer.

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Decision reached on rowing injunction request

University will continue with process of selecting another varsity women’s sport and strengthening gender equity.

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College of Law donors invest in value of moving forward

Consistency has proven key for Jim Averill, ‘70, JD’73 and his wife, Pat. For 34 years, the Averills have given to the Willamette University Law Annual Fund, with 27 of those years being consecutive.

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Willamette welcomes new tenure-track faculty members

They join several departments in CLA, Law and AGSM.

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2016 Faculty Awards announced at convocation

Willamette University recognized seven outstanding faculty members for their significant contributions.

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A new home for Campus Recreation

The revitalized Montag Center will promote student activity, engagement and community building.

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