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Monthly Archives: July 2012

German scholar honored with top award

The Goethe-Institut New York awarded its prestigious 2012 Gutekunst Prize to alumnus Daniel Clausen ’08 for his translation work.

Welcome to visitors from the International Pinot Noir Celebration!

Wine and food lovers from around the world are gathering on the beautiful Linfield College campus this weekend.

Linfield economics professor weighs in on Penn State sanctions

Professor Randy Grant provided insights for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review about the Penn State fine levied by the NCAA.

Olympics a venue for politics, money and power

McMINNVILLE, Ore. — Athletes from around the world are descending on London for the Summer Olympics, and so are the protesters, says Patrick Cottrell, politics professor at Linfield College in Oregon.

Linfield honors outstanding philosophy professor

Philosophy Professor Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza was honored with the Samuel H. Graf Faculty Achievement Award in recognition of outstanding teaching, scholarship and service to the Linfield College community.

Linfield students recognized as Kemper scholars

Linfield College sophomores Cody Purchase of Boise, Idaho, and Terran Sobel-Smith of Canby have been selected for the prestigious Kemper Scholars Program.

Anthropology professor honored for work

Professor Tom Love was honored with the Allen and Pat Kelley Faculty Scholar Award in recognition of outstanding scholarly achievement.

Linfield College welcomes Upward Bound students to campus

Fifty high school students are staying on campus this month, learning skills that will help them navigate the road to college.

History teacher honored with faculty award

History instructor Deborah Olsen was honored with the Edith Green Distinguished Professor Award in recognition of contributions to the intellectual growth and academic success of Linfield College students.