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Students conduct experiments in physics lab

̫ӳ awarded $500,000 in scientific equipment for research and teaching

The funding will help the university invest in state-of-the-art lab equipment.

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̫ӳ announces creation of new School of Computing and Information Sciences

05.22.2023 | Office of Communications

The move enhances Willamette’s existing offerings in computing and data science.

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Reflecting on the connection between being an artist and a law student

07.21.2023 | Jessica Rotter

From artist to law student, David Schleiffers JD’24 discusses his experience at Willamette Law.

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BA/MBA alum learned to think under pressure and takes the sports world by storm

05.10.2023 | Sophie Cipolla

It’s no surprise that Joe Plaster’s BA‘19 MBA‘20 career has taken off given how involved he was as an undergraduate Economics major at Willamette.

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Steven Xue BFA’19: Meet the designer behind some of the biggest brand campaigns

05.10.2023 | Sophie Cipolla

Steven Xue BFA‘19 is a powerhouse graphic designer who has carved out a niche for himself working with brands like Nike and Adobe.

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Workshop students take on climate change and environmental justice

04.26.2023 | Linda Lenhoff

In this course, students have the opportunity to advocate for climate change issues with local community groups and learn how to provide testimony.

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Willamette named as one of the best colleges for 2024

07.11.2023 | Office of Communications

The 2024 Fiske Guide to College calls ̫ӳ one of the “best and most interesting” colleges in the U.S., Canada and the UK.

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Fortune names Willamette on ‘Best Master’s in Data Science Programs in 2024’ list

02.15.2024 | University Communications

Once again, ̫ӳ’s Masters in Data Science program was the only program in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest to make the cut.

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R. Stranger MFA’24 combines creative writing and visual arts in their multimedia approach to art

02.15.2024 | Linda Lenhoff

R. Stranger’s multi-disciplinary, hyper-collaborative work showcases various mediums and has flourished in PNCA’s low-residency creative writing program.

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MBA for Professionals program helps Kyle Hopkins MBA’21 launch his new international role at IKEA

02.14.2024 | Melanie Moyer

With the confidence he gained from his Willamette MBA for Professionals experience, Hopkins leads a team in Amsterdam focused on building software solutions for IKEA stores.

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Akilah Deernose BA’04 breaks down barriers as Executive Director of the Montana ACLU

02.14.2024 | Melanie Moyer

Through her leadership of the human rights organization, the politics major is pursuing her life’s mission: to care for others in the ways she was cared for at Willamette.

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A trailblazer for women

02.02.2024 | Sarah Bello

JoAnne Brandes JD’78 talks about breaking down barriers for women in the workplace.

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Collaborative research project examines how AI shapes education

02.01.2024 | Paul McKean

An interdisciplinary summer research project gave Shouvik Ahmed Antu BS’26 the chance to work with faculty to explore how ChatGPT can empower innovative research and learning.

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Genesis Turris MFA/MA’25 uses Graduate Curatorial Fellowship to engage PNCA community and beyond

02.01.2024 | Linda Lenhoff

The artist and curator focuses on public engagement in all of his work, which visitors had a chance to experience in two graduate student exhibits.

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Swim, Bike, Run: Willamette’s Women’s Triathlon team dominates the Pacific Northwest and beyond

02.01.2024 | Sophie Cipolla

In less than three years, the program has become a powerhouse in national competitions.

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