News

January 2010 News

Select January media clips A selection of clips from Willamette's media coverage in Jan. 2010.

03-03-2010

Alumnus Works on I-5 Bridge Project Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski assigned Hans Bernard ’05 to work on winning an agreement on a highly debated plan.

02-01-2010

Compliments and Gender Roles A recent article in Chicago media noted a Willamette student project on the way men and women respond to compliments.

01-27-2010

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Willamette carries on the civil rights leader’s legacy with two weeks of reflection and action.

01-25-2010

John Franklin Koenig Exhibition The Hallie Ford Museum of Art features prints by this American painter and printmaker.

01-25-2010

Haiti Relief Efforts Two Friday events at Willamette will accept donations to help those affected by the Haiti earthquake.

01-21-2010

Joe Feddersen Exhibition The Hallie Ford Museum of Art will feature a major retrospective exhibition by a Native American artist.

01-20-2010

Church and State Expertise Law Professor Steven K. Green testified in Texas on the role of Christianity in American history classes.

01-20-2010

Live Painting Performance for Founder's Day Native American artist Bunky Echo-Hawk will create a painting based on audience interaction.

01-19-2010

Novelist John Irving Acclaimed novelist and Academy Award winner John Irving will speak at Willamette on Feb. 24.

01-19-2010

Jerry Gray Awarded Kremer Chair Professor Jerry Gray was awarded the Peter C. and Bonnie S. Kremer Chair of Economics.

01-19-2010

Princeton Review Top 50 Best Value Willamette University was named one of the nation's 50 "Best Value" private colleges and universities according to The Princeton Review.

01-14-2010

Alumnus Earns Lifetime Achievement Award Attorney Paul Stritmatter JD’69 was recognized for his work bringing justice to the vulnerable.

01-14-2010

Film Honor Goes to Alumnus A history documentary by Thomas Coulter MBA’95 won an award at an Oregon international film festival.

01-11-2010

Renaissance Art Lecture [CANCELED] A distinguished art historian will discuss imagination theories in Renaissance art.

01-06-2010

Faculty Member Earns Grant The Oregon Arts Commission recently honored Andrea Stolowitz with a Career Opportunity Grant.

01-04-2010

Student Wins Music Competition Andrea Weiss ’13, a harpist, took first prize in a Northwest symphony young artists competition.

01-04-2010

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Willamette will host a series of community events in honor of the civil rights leader.

01-04-2010

Ethnobotanist Maria Fadiman: Humans & Nature National Geographic’s ‘Emerging Explorer’ will discuss the human relationship with the environment in the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador.


Jazz Festival This year’s festival concert features Tim Ries, a touring saxophonist with the Rolling Stones.