As of Friday, Feb. 26, both counties in which Linfield operates – Multnomah and Yamhill – move to the “High Risk” category of the State of Oregon’s county risk levels. This is the first time since the risk levels were implemented in December 2020 that both locations will be in the “High Risk” instead of “Extreme Risk” category. These risk levels will be in place from Feb. 26 to March 11.
With this change, certain restrictions on Linfield’s campuses will be modified.
Linfield University is pleased to announce the Fall 2020 Dean’s List.
A total of 652 students qualified for the Dean’s List for the fall 2020 semester, which ended Dec. 18, 2020. Continue reading
Most graduate programs focus their coursework on a specialization in a single subject. Linfield University is reimagining what advanced degrees can be with the planned launch of three new graduate programs in fall 2021, available online and on the McMinnville campus. Continue reading
Flutist Amelia Lukas, Fear No Music
Linfield University’s Department of Music presents the second in a series of events this spring featuring the Portland-based chamber music ensemble Fear No Music.
Flutist Amelia Lukas performs a 30-minute recital highlighting Black composers at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 1, followed by a panel discussion. The event is free and open to the public.
Pre-registration is required. Continue reading
Elizabeth Straus, visiting assistant professor of nursing at Linfield University, will present “Disability and the COVID-19 Pandemic” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17. The event is available to the public via Zoom. Pre-registration is required at http://inside.linfield.edu/faculty-resources/faculty-lecture-series.html.
Chevonne Ball of Dirty Radish wine tours at a Black winemaker event in 2020. Ball returns to Linfield virtually for Women & Wine discussion Feb. 23.
Linfield University has planned several events throughout February to celebrate Black Brilliance during Black History Month. All events start at noon via Zoom, unless otherwise noted, and are open to the public. Zoom meeting links are available at linfield.edu/black-brilliance.
Events highlight nonprofit advocacy groups, Black winemakers, music and literary events, and discussions about social justice issues. Continue reading
In an email to the Linfield community, President Miles K. Davis announced that the four-day pause on in-person activities on the McMinnville campus will end February 2. Normal activities will resume as of Wednesday, February 3, including employees reporting back to their regular duties and offices, and students returning to in-person classes. Continue reading
Linfield University hosts a virtual reading with acclaimed poet and essayist Ross Gay at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16. The event will be live streamed on the university’s YouTube channel and is open to the public.
For the eighth year in a row, Linfield University has the highest-ranked online bachelor’s degree program among private colleges in Oregon. Linfield ranked 86th in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 edition of the “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.” The annual report evaluates schools based on engagement, services and technologies, faculty credentials and expert opinion when deciding the online program rankings. No other private college in Oregon was ranked in the top 100. Continue reading
Linfield University will present a series of events this spring featuring the Portland-based chamber music ensemble Fear No Music.
Join Linfield’s Department of Music for 30-minute streamed recitals followed by panel discussions, as well as two masterclasses. All events are free and open to the public. Pre-registration for each event is required.