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    October 10

    Lewis & Clark Law School officially launched its Centennial Year with a fundraising effort in support of three important areas of the school.  We encourage you to explore how the Centennial Campaign is advancing the Law School today and ask for your support during this important year.  Your gift to the Centennial Campaign recognizes the accomplishments and innovation of the law school over the last 100 years, and will help guarantee exceptional first-rate programs and national rating for the next 100 years.

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    3. Annual Fund

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    Centennial Cornerstone - $100,000
    Help lay the foundation for the next 100 years of excellence at Lewis & Clark Law School by making a generous pledge of $100,000 to support a four-year sponsorship of a “Centennial Scholar”.  Selected scholars will be recognized in the media and with a name plaque over their campus office door.  
     
    In recognition of your generous gift, a special Centennial Cornerstone plaque with the names of donors will be on permanent display at the Law School. 

    For more information, please contact Joset Grenon, jgrenon@lclark.edu

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    January 30
    Michael Lindblad M.A.T. ’96 has been named one of the top 50 teachers in the nation
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    November 15
    Your support of Lewis & Clark helps students gain not only an exceptional education, but also the tools and experiences needed to make a difference in the world today.
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    December 11
    Cheryl Forster, Psy.D., is going to be hosting a workshop entitled “Talking About Race and Racism: A Developmental and Integrative Approach.” This workshop will be taking place in the South Chapel on January 30 and registration is currently open here.
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    September 15

    Janice Packard M.A.T. ’94 has been named the 2015 Oregon Art Educator of the year by the Oregon Art Education Association.

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    May 11
    Lewis & Clark is proud to host the first-ever Oregon Ecopsychology Symposium.
  • December 1
    This year we have expanded the program tracks to include Sex Therapy and Ecopsychology. This will bring to the program a total of 4 tracks that students can choose to specialize within the MCFT program.
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    June 30
    To celebrate over 40 years of teaching, alumni, faculty, and friends endow a professorship in Ed Brunet’s name.
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    June 17
    Walter Echo-Hawk, renowned Indian law attorney, will be teaching two courses on campus in the spring of 2015.  His visit is possible because of the generous support of local tribes, including a lead gift from the Snoqualmie Tribe, and additional support from the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians.
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    June 2
    Jim Oleske is the 2014 recipient of the the Leo Levenson Teaching Excellence Award.  The graduating law class chooses the winner from all full time professors at Lewis & Clark Law School.
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    May 23
    How Lewis & Clark’s Cuban connections—and global-minded students—brought a world-class exhibition to the Hoffman Gallery.
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    May 23
    Lewis & Clark’s newest legal clinic offers law students a unique opportunity to work at the intersection of advocacy and criminal law reform.
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    May 23
    In their careers as international journalists, Lewis & Clark alumni often capture the first draft of history as events unfold.
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    May 23
    Lewis & Clark launches its first overseas study program to Berlin, with a special focus on attracting science students.
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    May 13

    Lewis & Clark students and young alumni receive prestigious awards and scholarships. 

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    May 10
    The eighth annual Philanthropy Leadership Dinner was held on May 5 in the Kridel Grand Ballroom at the Portland Art Museum. President Barry Glassner and the Board of Trustees hosted more than 200 guests to celebrate philanthropy at the college and to recognize and thank the donors whose significant financial support has made a profound impact on Lewis & Clark, its mission of excellence, and its dedicated student scholars.
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    April 28
    Student commencement speaker Joe Iliscupidez ’16 shares highlights of his time at Lewis & Clark.
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    April 26
    Lewis & Clark professors are renowned researchers and scholars.
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    April 19

    The annual Festival of Scholars showcases student research, art, and performance. 

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    March 24

    Get an inside look at the life of a student-athlete. 

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    February 15

    Jeff Cruttenden B.A. ’12 was recently named one of Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30” in finance.

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    February 10
    Audiences entered a fairy-tale world of kings, court ministers, and magicians during the fall production of The King Stag, by 18th-century playwright Carlo Gozzi.
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    February 2
    Jesse Lowes M.A.T. ’11 travels to the Galapagos Islands to invigorate his science classroom at home.
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    February 2
    At age 30, C.J. Appleton rebounds from hardship to excel in football, basketball, and academics at Lewis & Clark.
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    February 2
    The Small Business Legal Clinic celebrates 10 years of offering low-cost legal services to local entrepreneurs.
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    February 2
    A new library exhibition—designed largely by students—examines the impact of World War I on the college, the nation, and the world.
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    November 12
    Deans have had to be hardworking, creative, and ready to roll with the times.
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    November 12
    Glimpse the contents of the oldest memory book in the law school’s archives.
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    November 11
    We mark 100 years of accomplishments and innovation.
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    November 11

    Professor Emeritus Ron Lansing comments on links to Oregon’s highest office.

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