Monthly Archives: July 2013
A column by Professor Nick Buccola was the featured essay on the widely read news site, Salon.com.
Josef Komarek ’14 was one of 90 emerging composers from around the world invited to compose an original piece for the Composers Symposium at the Oregon Bach Festival.
A new national survey shows which colleges offer the best return on investment. Out of 93 Oregon universities, colleges and professional schools, Linfield ranks sixth for high-quality education that leads to long-term payoffs in the workplace.
A new Linfield College partnership will bring classical music to local audiences.
In an opinion column in University Business Magazine, President Thomas L. Hellie said the strength of America’s higher education system is found in its diversity of approaches.
As the U.S. winds down the most protracted war in its history, Linfield College has initiated a program to look at the causes, consequences and legacies of war.
Bilingual educators, parents and teachers from around Oregon attended a two-day conference held at Linfield, sharing information about how best to serve English-as-a-second-language students and families.
Zach Gulaboff Davis ’14 recently landed a prestigious Young Composers Award from one of the world’s largest music organizations, the National Federation of Music Clubs.
A new endowment honoring Dave Hansen will add a faculty member to the economics department at Linfield College. Hansen previously served as vice president for Student Services and dean of students.