December 2010 News

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Environmental justice task force earns award EPA recognizes Oregon task force, chaired by university leaders in environmental justice.


Flutist Jill Felber Renowned flutist to hold classes and recital at Willamette.


Poetry prof earns fellowship Stephanie Lenox was one of 13 artists in the state to win a 2011 fellowship from the Oregon Arts Commission.


Alumnus to lead state organization Kerry Tymchuk ’81, JD’84 was appointed interim executive director of the Oregon Historical Society.


Student coaches robotics team Collin Skiles ’13 is leading a group of elementary and middle school students to a state competition.


Public comment sought on accreditation review As part of the regular NWCCU accreditation process, Willamette University announces the opportunity to comment with regard to the university’s qualification for re-accreditation.


Alumni create TV pilot Two former Willamette classmates are getting the attention of Hollywood executives for a television series they created.


Hallie Ford Museum of Art closed for winter holidays Galleries will be closed from Dec. 24 - Jan. 3.


Science Pub: Emma Coddington The Dec. 14 Science Pub will feature Willamette University Assistant Professor of Biology, Emma Coddington, for “Stress Meets Love: The Hormones Behind Appropriate Decision Making” at Brown's Towne Lounge starting at 6:30 p.m.


Willamette Master Chorus The chorus will present three holiday concerts along with the choir from North Salem High School.


Center aids in quantitative analysis The QUAD Center helps students across disciplines better understand the numbers of their daily lives.


Civil rights activist Angela Davis This event is part of Willamette’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration 2011, featuring two weeks of activities for the university and Salem communities.


Star Trees lit for the holidays The Willamette and Salem communities came together to celebrate the season.