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    President Glassner appoints a new advisory committee to promote and improve diversity and inclusion.
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    Professor Janet Steverson will lead the newly formed task force charged with reviewing and recommending revisions to Lewis & Clark’s bias policies.
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    2013
    Smith’s tenure with Lewis & Clark began in 1967 when he started as professor of health and physical education, head wrestling coach, and assistant football coach. During his time at the college, he has held a variety of positions, including assistant dean of faculty, head of the natural sciences division, director of a Murdock grant in the sciences, and registrar for the College of Arts and Sciences. Since retiring, Smith has remained a fixture on campus, serving in a variety of formal and informal volunteer positions and leading overseas study programs.
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    2013
    A cofounder of social enterprise Medic Mobile, Holeman has earned wide recognition for the company’s innovative work using communication technologies to improve the health of underserved communities. A member of the Pamplin Society of Fellows, he has also been recognized as a Compton fellow, Echoling Green fellow, mHealth innovator of the year, and a member of Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30: Social Entrepreneurs list. He is earning a Ph.D. in management studies at University of Cambridge on a highly competitive Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
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    2013
    Coker has been a foreign correspondent since 1996, with postings in the former Soviet state of Kazakhstan, Moscow, Afghanistan, Jerusalem, and Baghdad. She has covered events and trends including the transformation of former Soviet bloc states into independent nations, the rise of globalized finance, and the American invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. She earned a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 2011. In 2012, she was part of a team at the Wall Street Journal whose reporting earned the Edwin M. Hood Award for Diplomatic Correspondence.
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    2013
    Fuller is a science illustrator whose artwork helps the general public recognize and navigate the science inherent in our daily lives—from new medical therapies, to environmental issues, to emerging knowledge about our universe. Through her business, Sayo-Art, she works with clients including Science News, the National Science Foundation, the American Association for Cancer Research, and several universities. She recently won the Research and Knowledge Communication category in the Association of Illustrators’ annual international competition.
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    Professor Emeritus John A. Crampton died on Saturday, November 30, at Terwilliger Plaza here in Portland. A member of the Political Science Department from 1959 until his retirement in 1988, Jack Crampton was a memorable teacher who influenced generations of Lewis & Clark students.
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    Associate professor of English wins the 2013 National Book Award in Poetry for her latest collection, Incarnadine.
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    To sustain and advance its mission, Lewis & Clark depends on transformative gifts and grants from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government programs.
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    I write with the sad news that Dorothy Stafford, a beloved member of the Lewis & Clark community for more than six decades, has passed away at the age of 97. 
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    Dorothy Hope Frantz Stafford, a member of the Lewis & Clark community for more than 60 years, has passed away at the age of 97. A memorial service is planned for November 3.
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    Fall 2013
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    By Dan Sadowsky How does an emotional spark lead to transformative action? Ask Michael Graham B.A. ’05, a champion for Rwandan students, a campaigner against genocide, and an advocate for human rights.
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    By Shelly Meyer
    At the centennial of William Stafford’s birth, Lewis & Clark honors a beloved professor and an esteemed 20th-century poet.
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    Paulann Petersen, Oregon Poet Laureate
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    John Callahan, Morgan S. Odell Professor of Humanities
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    Jarold Ramsey, Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Rochester
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    Kim Stafford, Associate Professor in the Graduate School and the Director of the Northwest Writing Institute
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    Professors Linda Christensen and Dyan Watson are co-editors of Rethinking Elementary Education, which was given top honors in the Independent Book Publishers Association Benjamin Franklin Awards.
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    President Emeritus John R. “Jack” Howard died Sunday at age 90. Jack’s boundless energy and imagination transformed Lewis & Clark into today’s college without borders.
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    Lewis & Clark launches a yearlong centennial celebration for the revered professor and former U.S. and Oregon poet laureate William Stafford.
  • Spring 2013
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    The Office of the Provost is undergoing a major reorganization. The Source sat down with Provost Jane Atkinson to learn more about the strategy behind the staffing changes and what’s in store for the year ahead.
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    Christy Hale B.A. ’77, M.A.T. ’80
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    Over the course of the next year, Lewis & Clark will hold a series of activities and events commemorating the 100th birthday of William Stafford, who was one of the most prolific and important American poets of the last half of the 20th century.
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    By Ben Waterhouse B.A. ’06 | Photos by Robert Reynolds 
    Through his documentary films, Brian Lindstrom B.S.’84 brings marginalized lives to light.
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    Cyndel Binkley ‘14, was recently awarded the College’s most prestigious award exclusively for mathematics majors.
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    A memorial service for Bill Randall, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, will be held on Sunday, April 14 at 2 p.m. in Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
  • On March 6, Professor Emeritus Ted Braun died of lung complications following cancer surgery at age 91 in Vancouver, Washington.  Ted joined the Lewis & Clark College English department in 1957 and retired to live on Orcas Island in 1986.