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Linfield University baseball field

Saturday, July 31, 6 p.m.

Linfield Night at the Hillsboro Hops

The entire Wildcat community is invited to meet, mingle and enjoy some summer entertainment at a Hillsboro Hops game! Start with a traditional ballpark fare picnic in the pavilion. Catch up with alumni and reconnect with faculty and staff.

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Aaron Meyer playing his violin

Sunday, August 29, 5:30 p.m.

Sounds of Summer 2021

Join rock violinist Aaron Meyer at Youngberg Hill Winery for an evening concert benefitting Linfield's music programs. You'll also hear a special student performance while taking in the stunning views of the winery's picturesque hilltop setting. It's the perfect way to spend a summer evening!

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Economics INSIDE the Box: Understanding the global containership industry

Hanjin Africa cargo ship 2012

Roughly 90% of all international trade travels by sea at some point in the supply chain, primarily via container ships. From their introduction in the 1950s, container ships grew from converted tankers holding 800 containers to massive vessels such as the M/V Ever Given capable of carrying over 20,000 containers. Why and how these ships evolved, and the unique structure of the modern international shipping market that facilitated it, is the story of both the rise and the limits of contemporary maritime logistics. Join Dr. Eric Schuck of the Linfield economics department in discussing the role of containerized shipping in the global economy.

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Meet the Deans

Linfield deans Jennifer R. Madden, Joe Wilferth and Kimberly Jones

Get to know our inaugural dean of the School of Business, Jennifer R. Madden, and the inaugural dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Joe Wilferth, joined by our ongoing dean of the School of Nursing, Kim Jones. Witness this new and dynamic leadership team in action, learn a bit about them and hear updates on the direction of Linfield University.

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Teaching Today: Supporting K-12 Parents during distance learning

virtual learning

Are you among the many parents who have become at-home educators? Join Linfield's Department of Education as current Linfield students and faculty facilitate a conversation with K-12 educators around supporting parents during Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL).

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Pizza & Politics: The future of American Democracy

Linfield's political science faculty analyzes and explores the implications of the recent attack on the Capitol, the inauguration of President Biden and the future and health of American Democracy. Our faculty share different perspectives of the fields of political science and international relations. (January 2021 event)

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Pubs & Profs: Election 2020 – What happened and what’s next?

Linfield's political science faculty Nick Buccola, Patrick Cottrell, Dimitri Kelly and Dawn Nowacki discuss the 2020 election and what it might mean for the future of the U.S. and global politics. (December 2020 event)

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Pubs & Profs: Eric Shuck discusses economic warfare in WWII

Following the release of "Greyhound," starring Tom Hanks, Eric Schuck, professor of economics, presents the story of a U.S. Navy Commander leading a convoy of merchant ships across the Atlantic at the height of the U-Boat menace in 1942. (August 2020 virtual event)

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For more information on Pubs & Profs and other Linfield alumni events, contact our Office of Constituent Engagement. 

The Office of Constituent Engagement
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