School navigation


Top 10 news stories from Lewis & Clark in 2010

December 16, 2010

  • News Image

Lewis & Clark

Each year, tens of thousands of website visitors read stories, watch videos, and listen to podcasts that highlight the success of our students, faculty, and alumni. Here are the top 10 biggest stories from Lewis & Clark in 2010.

  1. Tamma Carleton ’09 named Rhodes Scholar 
  2. Lewis & Clark names noted cultural commentator Barry Glassner its 24th president
  3. York Memorial honors neglected historical figure
  4. Law students dominate at moot court competitions
  5. Ecopsychology earns national media attention
  6. Students receive national recognition for academic excellence
  7. Law student earns recognition for promoting democracy through technology
  8. NSF funds biology professor’s efforts to unlock forests’ microbial mysteries
  9. Students and faculty work to advance culturally appropriate counseling in Uganda
  10. Students and alumni blog about service work in Africa


View the top ten stories for each Lewis & Clark school:

College of Arts & Sciences

Graduate School of Education & Counseling

Law School

Share this story on


Contact Us

45.450798244874; -122.672105792312