A competitive rower and university professor, Jenny Withycombe ’02, MAT’03 credits her success to lessons learned at Willamette.
Writer and director Annie Leonard connects the dots between all the "stuff" in our lives and the environmental, economic and social issues we face.
Successful job placement contributes to the law school’s 28-spot jump in the U.S. News and World Report Best Law School Rankings
Oregon Business Magazine praises AGSM’s sustainability efforts.
From Beethoven to Liszt, beautiful music awaits those who attend Willamette University’s Grace Goudy Distinguished Artist Series April 10, featuring pianist Elizabeth Schumann.
When she couldn't find opportunities to earn her MBA in her home country of Saudi Arabia, Iman Almutairi MBA ’14 set her sights on the Atkinson Graduate School of Management.Category:
Catherine Drennan, a professor of chemistry and biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will discuss science education with the Willamette community April 2 and 3.
Willamette alumnus will earn honorary membership in Beta Gamma Sigma at May ceremony.
The Hallie Ford Literary Series is concluding the year April 3 with a lecture from novelist Adrianne Harun.
Colin Schilling MBA’12 thrives on more than one apple a day.
Jen Allaway '15 is discussing sexism within the game industry in San Francisco March 20.Category:
The difficult questions of war and the price one pays for unchecked aggression are explored in “The Trojan Women,” playing at Willamette University April 10-26.
Through the Atkinson Lecture Series, Alexie gave insight into his childhood on the Spokane Indian Reservation.Category:
After covering stories worldwide during a 43-year journalism career, R. Gregory Nokes ’59 now writes about something much closer to home: Oregon history.
Author Wendy Willis ’88 will visit Willamette on March 12 to read from her collection of poems, “Blood Sisters of the Republic.”
Believe in Me fundraiser to benefit Willamette Academy students
Seth Holmes, author of "Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: Migrant Farmworkers in the United States" will discuss the hidden perils farmworkers face during a lecture at Willamette University March 13.
Nominated for an Oregon Book Award, English professor Scott Nadelson strives to inspire his students just as much as they inspire him.
Featuring art created by people with mental illnesses, "Works by Us, Words by Us" is showing at WU through March 14.Category: