Willamette Hall is a building on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene, Oregon. Opened in 1990, it is home to the university's Physics Department. The four-story building contains numerous faculty offices, a 224-seat lecture hall, classrooms, and laboratories. The atrium is named after Paul Olum, former university president and mathematician.
As part of the Lorry I. Lokey Science Complex, it connects directly to Klamath Hall.
- Alan Turing (sculpture) by Wayne Chabre (1988)
- Einstein Gargoyle by Wayne Chabre (1986)
- John von Neumann (sculpture) by Wayne Chabre (1987)
- Maxwell & Demon Gargoyle by Wayne Chabre (1989)
- University of Oregon College of Arts and Sciences
- "The Architecture of the University of Oregon". UO Libraries. Retrieved 28 May 2013.
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