- by Ellisa Valo
Paul Barker ’71, M.A.T. ’81 has worked with CARE International for 22 years, leading humanitarian relief and development efforts in Iran, Sudan, Egypt, Ethiopia, Palestine, and Afghanistan.
- by Dan Sadowsky
Microscopic worms teach Lewis & Clark students about big questions in cell biology.
- by Sylvia Lindman
Four brothers, all graduates of Lewis & Clark, make their mark in medicine. Two focus on the health of the mind, and two pursue treatments for infectious diseases in developing countries.
- by Doug Erickson, Jeremy Skinner, and Paul Merchant
The Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission has selected 100 books that best define the state and its people. Authors with ties to Lewis & Clark College are well represented on the list.
- Lewis & Clark’s newest crop of undergraduate faculty hail from some of the top doctoral programs in the nation and represent a rich variety of disciplines.