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.
Jancis Robinson, one of the world’s leading wine writers, joins Greg V. Jones, director of the Linfield University Evenstad Center for Wine Education, for a special virtual conversation on all things wine at 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 28. Pre-registration is required at https://linfield.edu/wine/wine-lecture-series.html.
The event, which is free and open to the public, is part of the annual Marka and Thomas Hughes Endowed Wine Lecture Series at Linfield University.
For the first time in 320 days, an athletic event will take place on the Linfield University campus. The Wildcats men’s soccer team welcomes the Multnomah Lions at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22 for an exhibition game at the newly renovated Linfield Soccer & Lacrosse Complex.
Joseph Hunter has agreed to join Linfield University as vice president for university advancement.
He will report to President Miles K. Davis, is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive university advancement programs and serves as one of the five members of the President’s Leadership Team.
Hunter’s first day will be January 11. Continue reading
The Northwest Conference Presidents’ Council (NWC) has made the decision to resume conference competition and championships after January 1, 2021 when federal, state, local and NCAA health directives permit. Continue reading
For the second time in three years, Linfield has claimed the overall Grand Prize in the Intercollegiate Wine Business Invitational.
Linfield University, in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority and county health officials, will loan out a specialized Department of Biology freezer to aid in the storage and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in the state. Continue reading
Lissa K. Wadewitz, professor and chair of the Linfield University Department of History, received top honors by the Western History Association for her article, “Rethinking the ‘Indian War’: Northern Indians and Intra-Native Politics in the Western Canada-U.S. Borderlands.” The article was named the 2020 recipient of the WHA’s Oscar O. Winther Award, which recognizes the best article to appear in “Western Historical Quarterly” each academic year. Recipients are selected by the publication’s Board of Editors. Continue reading
Message sent on behalf of Miles K. Davis, President of Linfield University
Dear Linfield community,
The weight of decision-making leaders must carry is never heavier than during times of great anxiety and uncertainty. This year, above all else, has provided a significant amount of anxiety and uncertainty amid a global pandemic, unprecedented regional wildfires, divisive national elections and our own change from Linfield College to Linfield University. Continue reading
Linfield University continues to make a quality, private education affordable by capping its tuition at $13,000, the average cost of Oregon’s four-year public schools, for the top five percent of admitted students.