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    L&C students present at the American Chemical Society conference in New Orleans.
  • Students discuss their research projects during a series of brown-bag talks on Tuesdays in June and July. Each presentation is 15 minutes; there are generally 3-4 talks per session. For more information about projects see project descriptions.
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    A listing of 2013 abstracts.
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    Topics include the Boardman settlement, PEAC’s new class, California condors, and the CRC.
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    Our Center for Entrepreneurship helps students put their liberal arts education into action.

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    Events at Lewis & Clark examine historical and contemporary issues.

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    A cast and crew of Lewis & Clark alumni and current students are giving life to a language-based comedic drama at Portland’s Action/Adventure Theatre.
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    With a series of events, including a talk by renowned journalist and civil rights activist Charlayne Hunter-Gault, we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King and take part in Black History Month.
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    Meet a few of our many outstanding professors.
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    Spiritual diversity at Lewis & Clark allows students to explore their own faith.
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    The 13 biggest Lewis & Clark stories of 2013.
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    Thanks to the work of David Salkowski ’14 , Vicky Radenkova ’14, and Associate Professor of Russian Tatiana Osipovich, the Russian-speaking community in Oregon has a new website dedicated to explaining their history and increasing overall visibility.
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    Through his documentary films, Brian Lindstrom B.S. ’84 brings marginalized lives to light.
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    Research, poetry, art, and activism come together in The Watcher Files Project, a collaboration between Assistant Professor of Art Garrick Imatani and poet Kaia Sand.
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    Meet three of our outstanding professors.
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    Athletes at Lewis & Clark learn on and off the playing field.
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    Get to know Hunter Franks B.A. ’08, a major in communication and art.
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    We honor the acclaimed poet and teacher who made Lewis & Clark his academic home.
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    Portland Mushroom Company won $20,000 in the final round of Lewis & Clark’s first venture competition.
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    Our first venture competition is a proving ground for student and alumni entrepreneurs.
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    Meet some of our outstanding professors.
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    Keira Roberts ’14 and Luciano Santino ’14 are working with Assistant Professor of Chemistry Anne Bentley to study the controlled growth of metal oxide electrodes as they relate to energy storage and generation. In the following Q&A, the team members reflect on their experience.
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    Devin Owen ’14 has the unique experience of working in a laboratory with Christopher Olson, a Post Doctorate Fellow at Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU). The two are investigating the ways in which binge drinking in young adults can contribute to problems with cognitive development. They are also pioneering the use of songbirds in human behavioral research. In the following Q&A, Owen reflects on his experience.
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    Alaina Green B.A. ’13 and Aojie Zheng ’15 are working with Assitant Professor of Chemistry Shannon O’Leary to investigate how laser frequency noise can be used to make precise measurements of magnetic fields. In the following Q&A, Green and Zheng reflect on their experience.
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    Evan Schultz ’14 is working with James F. Miller Professor of Humanities Nick Smith to study Socrates’ theory of the psychology of human emotion and motivation. Their research investigates the affect of the way in which we think about the world. In the following Q&A, Schultz reflects on his experience.
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    Erica Terpening-Romeo ’14 is working with Assistant Professor of English Jerry Harp on writing a book about Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The book acts as an analysis of the performance of the play and critiques the notion of “ideal love” that has come to be associated with it. In the following Q&A, Harp and Terpening-Romeo reflect on their experience.
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    Melissa Newton-Mora ’14, Juliana Pirkle B.A. ’13, and Clackamas High School student Kyra Ortega-Schwartz are working closely with Todd Watson, assistant professor of psychology, to study cognitive inhibition in two different age groups: young adults and pre-school aged children. Their study focuses on behavioral impulses and inhibition. In the following Q&A, the students reflect on their experience.
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    Miriam Karraker ’15 and Associate Professor of Religious Studies Susanna Morrill are working together to research religion in the Pacific Northwest with a focus on “nature religion.” Nature religion can take many forms, whether it be engaging in outdoor sports, reading nature-focused literature, or working for an environmental group. In the following Q&A, Karraker and Morrill reflect on their experience.
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    McKenzie Phelan ’14 and Andrew Reetz ’14 are working with Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Philippe Brand and Associate Professor of Anthropology Deborah Heath to study the natural wine movement in France. Their work has taken them all over the world and taught them how to investigate “terroir,” or the “taste of place.” In the following Q&A, the team members reflect on their experience.
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    Samantha Alibrando ‘13, Sarah Lomas ’14, and McKenzie Southworth ’14 are working alongside Associate Professor of Philosophy J.M. Fritzman to research the philosophy of language in two philosophical traditions: Hegel, from Germany, and the Indian philosophy of Kaśmiri Śaivism. In the following Q&A, the students reflect on their experience.
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