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    July 25
    In his first Advocate Abridged On-Line Dean’s Message, Bob Klonoff discusses the school’s commitment to the evening program.  
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    May 24
    Two years after opening, Lewis & Clark’s Community Counseling Center is doubling in size to provide greater access to high-quality, affordable counseling for all members of our community.
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    January 30
    Professor Mollie Galloway’s new research shows that for upper-middle-class students, the pressure to maintain or improve their parents’ status—the need to succeed—often translates into cheating.
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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 15

    Our faculty members are honored for their exceptional teaching and research.

     

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    April 17
    Two generous donors are offering matching gifts that will make it possible for first-generation students to become K-12 teachers. We need your help to raise $20,000.
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    April 15

    The graduate school launches a new master’s degree program in student affairs administration.

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    January 1
    The Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program adds a new international track
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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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    November 4
    A team of counseling alumni has won a $10,000 venture competition to fund a cutting-edge program for treating eating disorders. The company, Rooted Recovery, grew out of master’s research by project leader Katie Fraser ‘12.
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    October 31
    Arriving from Hong Kong in 1959 with $100 and a dream, Esther Lee became a barrier-breaking pioneer in computer science. In 2001, she and her husband endowed the Esther and Edward Lee Scholarship to benefit women from Asia. A bequest from their living trust will strengthen the fund.
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    July 28
    The Environmental Law Review invites you to attend their Fall 2011 symposium which will focus on 21st century water law issues.  This program is being held, in part, to commemorate the retirements of Professors Jim Huffman and Janet Neuman.
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    June 30
    To honor Krista’s memory and to pave the road for future generations of female attorneys, family and friends have established the Krista Koehl Scholarship.
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    May 22
    Her visit to campus on March 12 marked the fifth by a member of the U.S. Supreme Court since 2008.
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    May 22
    Lewis & Clark launches a new master’s degree program in student affairs administration.
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    May 22
    Ruthe Farmer B.A. ’92 strives to help young women succeed in the male-dominated world of information technology.
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    May 22
    New generations discover the power of creative writing at Lewis & Clark.
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    May 1

    We reflect on four decades of providing experiential learning opportunities.

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    April 25
    Student venture gets underway with support from the Center for Entrepreneurship.
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    April 25
    David Boyer ’12 invites you to reach out to someone in the Lewis & Clark community.
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    April 9
    We gathered to celebrate accomplishments and service to the law school community.
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    April 9
    New joint venture works to free the wrongly imprisoned and improve the accuracy of the criminal justice system.
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    March 20
    Our newest venture is committed to developing innovative policies that promote renewable power.
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    March 20
    Dean Bob Klonoff discusses passing on the leadership of the law school.
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    February 13
    In November, Patty Cassidy M.S. ’94 led a group of senior citizens outside to put their raised gardens to bed for the winter. Standing or working from wheelchairs, they pulled up old perennials, raked and turned the dirt, and planted a crop of Austrian winter peas to infuse the soil with nitrogen.
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    February 13
    By Barbara Allen Burke B.A. ’83, M.A. ’87
    I first came to Oregon way back in the fall of 1979. I was about to start school at Lewis & Clark, and my parents drove me on the 1,300-mile trip from Colorado. I sat in the backseat along with my navy blue metal locker, a large-ish suitcase, and my electric typewriter. I was dreaming about moving into my dorm room, worried about whether my roommates would like me, and trying to fathom what college life would be like. I was pretty quiet on the trip, as I remember.
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    February 4
    Among the Lewis & Clark alumni ranks are many graduates who have pursued entrepreneurial ventures. The Chronicle caught up with four of them who have forged their own paths in the for-profit and nonprofit worlds.
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    January 27
    New Common Core State Standards bring greater coherence to K-12 mathematics—but how are teachers adapting?
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