Mason selected for prestigious journalism internshipMcNamee provides cycling tips for an enjoyable tourFoong wins top prize in video competitionSmith named Jonas Nurse Leaders ScholarRodriguez earns Olsen Public Service InternshipAuthor to discuss ‘Ignorance: How it Drives Science’Welch receives DAAD scholarshipLinfield graduate returns to campus during Cycle Oregon Weekend
July 10, 2014

Author to discuss ‘Ignorance: How it Drives Science’

Stuart Firestein, author of “Ignorance: How it Drives Science,” will present the keynote address at opening convocation at Linfield College on Friday, Aug. 22, at 9 a.m. in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium.

Rodriguez earns Olsen Public Service Internship

Linfield College senior Paulina Rodriguez of Newberg is learning about immigration while assisting Columbian refugees in Quito, Ecuador, this summer after earning the Deborah M. Olsen Public Service Internship.

Smith named Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar

Paul Smith, assistant professor of nursing at Linfield College, has been selected as a Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar by the School of Nursing at the University of Las Vegas, Nevada.

July 9, 2014

McNamee provides cycling tips for an enjoyable tour

More than 2,000 cyclists will embark on rides from the Linfield campus when Cycle Oregon brings its annual Weekend Ride to McMinnville July 11-13.

Linfield graduate returns to campus during Cycle Oregon Weekend

When Karly Osten returns to the Linfield College campus this weekend, she will be combining two of her favorite things – Cycle Oregon and Linfield.

July 8, 2014

Sumner and Schilling research fire lookout stories

Great American writers like Jack Kerouac, Gary Snyder and Martha Hardy spent time working, and writing, from fire lookouts across the Pacific NW.

July 7, 2014

Mason selected for prestigious journalism internship

Linfield College junior Sarah Mason of Vancouver, Wash., will spend her summer working side-by-side with professional journalists at The Daily Astorian newspaper.

July 3, 2014

Welch receives DAAD scholarship

Keith Welch, a 2012 graduate of Linfield College, will study immigrant education policy in Germany after receiving a prestigious DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship.

July 2, 2014

Foong wins top prize in video competition

Linfield’s Eureka Foong ’14 put her liberal arts education to good effect last spring, and it netted her a $6,000 scholarship.