The Compass

Examining Dorchester: Willamette's Impact on Oregon Politics

Join fellow alumni, students, faculty, Oregon legislators and engaged members of the public for a special panel discussion and reception exploring Willamette's impact on Oregon politics and the history of the Dorchester Conference. The panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Richard Ellis, Mark O. Hatfield professor of politics; and is co-sponsored by the Politics Department, the Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement and Willamette's Archives and Special Collections, which houses eight U.S. congressional collections including the papers of Dorchester founder Bob W. Packwood '54. 

Event Information

   DATE & TIME:    Thursday, March 2, 2017  | 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.  


Ford Hall Rm. 122
Willamette University
900 State St.

   DETAILS:    Panel discussion beginning at 6:00 p.m. followed by reception

   REGISTER BY:   RSVP kindly appreciated by Feb 25.

   QUESTIONS?   Contact Devin Bales, Associate for Alumni and Parent Engagement
503-370-6975 or



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Quantity and Pricing
Examining Dorchester Panel & Reception
A panel discussion and reception looking at Willamette's influence on politics in Oregon and the history of the Dorchester Conference.
Thursday, March 02, 2017 at 6:00 PM
Attendees: 1 $ 5.00 ea.

Examining Dorchester Panel & Reception Registrants
Results: (1 - 22) of 22
Heather J. Anderson-Bibler'94
Kenneth G. Aust'80
Michael D. Brown'71 JD'74
Stephen D. CarlileJD'90 MM'90
Elspeth K. Charno
Darrell W. Fuller'88
Linda L. GilbertMBA'89
Thomas E. Glass'65
Steven H. GorhamJD'75
Elizabeth A. Hartman'18
Elizabeth S. Hartman'80
Jay R. Jackson'73 JD'76
Jennifer Johnson
Linda L. Kelly'69
Carol S. Long
Matthew D. LoweJD'00
Paul C. Meuse'08
Melodee J. Nolan'00 MAT'01
Shelby Radcliffe
Linda L. Stumpf'66
Lisa M. TrauernichtMBA'13
Catherine C. WebberJD'85 MBA'85
Results: (1 - 22) of 22