May 19th, 2016
11:30am - 2:00pm:
Luncheon for emeriti faculty, retired long-serving faculty and staff, and friends
Join us for a special gathering.
April 15th, 2016
Festival of Scholars
The annual all-day Festival of Scholars showcases student work in all disciplines, in panel talks, poster sessions, art shows, film screenings, music performances, and more. Come see what your colleagues have been up to this year!
April 12th, 2016
Can You Stay True to Your Values/Roots in a For-Profit World?
From Wall Street to the White House, Nathan Segal will discuss how he has navigated the professional world without compromising his values/roots in his mission to help his fellow Native Americans.
3:30pm - 4:30pm:
Spring Bookwarming: Roger Nelsen
Gather in the Bookstore lounge for a dialogue with Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Roger Nelsen, on his newest book, A Mathematical Space Odyssey. Preview the fascinating research and personal work of a member of our campus community!
April 10th, 2016
Franya Berkman and Obo Addy World Music Concert
The Lewis & Clark College Music Department presents the fourth annual Franya Berkman and Obo Addy World Music Concert on April 10 at 3:00 PM in Evans Auditorium.
April 8th, 2016
Opera / Musical Theatre Performance
A concert version of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” will be presented by the Lewis & Clark Vocal Performance Ensemble.
April 6th, 2016
7:00pm - 8:30pm:
Shaking Up Global Dynamics: The Impact of Globalization on the Durability of the World Order
Contending and disruptive forces unleashed by the processes of globalization have brought into question the durability of the prevailing global order. Is the current international arrangement robust enough to respond to these challenges? Or are we confronting a future of decentralized power and global chaos?
April 5th, 2016
Melting Pot or Not? Exploring International Policies in an Age of Migration
In an “age of migration” how should state policies be crafted to accommodate members of increasingly diverse societies? Is assimilation better for states’ efforts to create civic cohesion and stability? Or is multiculturalism more desirable for ensuring the preservation and blending of culture and identity?
Charles R. “Kip” Ault Jr. Book Release Celebration
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
The Eagle or the Dragon: Debating the Merits of Contrasting Forms of Development
China’s intensification of development initiatives has begun to rival those typically promoted in the developing world. Is the good governance and political rights-based development model promoted by the West still the most sustainable and effective method for aiding the world’s most disadvantaged? Or does China’s infrastructure and economic growth-based development approach offer a better alternative for developing countries?