Comings and Goings: A fond farewell to Vern Jones
April 14, 2014
After a teaching career that began at Lewis & Clark in 1973, Professor of Education Vern Jones will retire from the graduate school this summer. The campus community is invited to celebrate his contributions on Wednesday, April 30.
“For 44 years, I’ve been able to do something that I love, and that I’m pretty good at, and that seems to make a difference in the world,” Jones said. “And the college was hugely supportive. I’m grateful to the college for letting me do my career in what I thought was the best way to do it.”
In this video, Jones reflects on the key to student success and why the heart of what we do here at Lewis & Clark is so important.
Several people have joined the community recently, and some continuing employees have taken on new roles and responsibilities at Lewis & Clark:
Holly Allen-Petersen, human resources information system analyst, Human Resources; Bradley Ashwell, groundskeeper, Facilities Services; Kelly DelFatti, senior associate director for corporate and foundation relations, Institutional Advancement; John Harvey, campus safety officer, Campus Safety; Christopher Keady, scheduling coordinator, CAS Registrar; Joy Keen, program assistant, Earthrise Law Center; Ginger Moshofsky, associate director, Alumni and Parent Programs; Gena Perrine, director of administrative services, Graduate Business Services; Ian Phillips, senior systems administrator, Information Technology; Aimee Polzin, case manager and mental health counselor, Counseling Service; Alisha Robinson, departmental specialist, CAS Admissions; Jessica Sweeney, administrative coordinator, Department of Music; and Sheila Yacob, associate director, Office of Financial Aid.
The following people have left Lewis & Clark. Here’s wishing them good luck in their new adventures:
Johanna Borkan, communications and community development director, National Crime Victim Law Institute; Maria Capitelli, placement coordinator, Counseling Psychology; Jacob Gora, controls engineer, Facilities Services; Jeff Hanson, paralegal supervisor, National Crime Victim Law Institute; Zach Holz, administrative coordinator, Environmental Studies; Bruce Huck, law school shuttle driver, Law Facilities; Amanda Hughes, departmental specialist, CAS Admissions; Elisabeth Martin, development coordinator, Institutional Advancement; Rebecca Martinez-Griffin, assistant director, Small Business Legal Clinic; Jacquelyn Miller, administrative assistant, Earthrise Law Center; John Stewart, interim coordinator of student athlete academic support, Physical Education and Athletics; Ed Vankleek, general maintenance, Facilities Services; Nick Wirth, web developer, Law Academic Affairs; and Simone Wren, associate director, Alumni and Parent Programs.