Invested in Sustainable Living
She helped found Zena Farm at Willamette. Now Katy Giombolini ’10 works to promote local agriculture.
Convocation speaker announced
American cartoonist and author Lynda Barry is delivering the convocation speech Aug. 22.
Theatre unveils new season lineup
Dramas, comedies and musicals are showing at Willamette from October through early May.
Researchers examine brain development
A professor and her students are studying the impact of family training on preschoolers' development.
Farm visit provides hands-on lessons
Students at the Summer Institute in Sustainable Agriculture debate food policy as they work on farms.
Willamette listed in Fiske guide
The university is lauded for its personal atmosphere and engaged professors.
Please share your impressions of Willamette's magazine, The Scene.
Organized by Director John Olbrantz, the exhibition features 30 prints from Audubon’s Royal Octavo Edition on loan from the Western Oregon University Archives in Monmouth. The exhibition runs through Oct. 26 in the Study Gallery and Print Study Center.
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Loos '14 earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
The 10th Bearcat winner since '05, he'll study chemical engineering at Columbia University.
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Law school leads in graduate employment gains
Willamette University College of Law leads all law schools in improving graduate employment rates according to a new study by The National Jurist, a national news source on legal education.
Business scholar joins law faculty
Business law scholar Peter Molk has joined the Willamette University College of Law business faculty as an assistant professor.
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Associate professor Henry H. Bi explores exceptional organizational performance.
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