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Looking back at staff and faculty accomplishments

December 10, 2012

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    Jay Odenbaugh, associate professor of philosophy, made a guest appearance on the nationally syndicated radio program "Philosophy Talk."

From helping to develop a pet therapy program to being honored for outstanding teaching, Lewis & Clark staff and faculty made headlines in 2012 for numerous accomplishments.  

The following sampling of headlines from 2012 gives a sense of the laudable endeavors of our faculty and staff.

College of Arts and Sciences

Award-winning science professors inspire tomorrow’s innovations

Dean Hunter earns award from Fulbright Distinguished Chairs Program

Professor Odenbaugh featured on Philosophy Talk episode

Students name Iva Stavrov teacher of the year

Graduate School of Education and Counseling

Dean Fletcher elected president of the Oregon Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

Hanna Neuschwander publishes guide for the coffee obsessed

Professor Brown honored for community service

Law School

Dean Klonoff participates in Nobel Peace Laureate Forum

Professor Rohlf honored for outstanding teaching

Sara Chambers gives law students a new leash on life during finals week

Common Services (staff who work for a department that serves the entire institution)

Bonny Benton honored as volunteer of the year

Morgan Grether named director of new media, shares love of LC on Instagram

Mark Dahl named director, offers vision for Watzek Library

Pubcom staff members collect awards

Want to toot your own horn or sing the praises of a colleague for his or her great work? Please submit recent staff and faculty accomplishments here.