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    Assistant professor of educational administration Sue Feldman has received the E. Roberts Stephens Award for “outstanding academic accomplishments and contributions to education.” The award was granted for research studying the implementation of data coaching across education service districts in Washington State.
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    The 13 biggest Lewis & Clark stories of 2013.
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    100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do earns honors from the Independent Book Publishers Awards.
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    An alumnus of the Lewis & Clark educational administration program, Don Grotting, has been named Oregon’s 2014 Superintendent of the Year.
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    Patricia Hasbach’s book, Ecopsychology: Science, Totems, and the Technological Species  has been nominated for the 2014 Grawemeyer Award in Psychology.
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    Our first venture competition is a proving ground for student and alumni entrepreneurs.
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    The Princeton Review and other organizations are recognizing us for our environmental efforts in the classroom and beyond.
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    The grant will allow the graduate school to expand its new – and rapidly growing – free clinic for problem gamblers, the only program in Oregon to offer weekend services.
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    Funding the “promotion of international good will through the exchange of students in the fields of education, culture, and science.”
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    Our first venture competition educates students in the practical application of the liberal arts.
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    Pilar Hernández-Wolfe, associate professor of counseling and director of the Lewis & Clark Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy Program, recently received the American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA) award for distinguished contributions to social justice.
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    Laura Todis M.A.T. ’10 was recently recognized for her outstanding teaching with two awards—the Amgen Award for Science Teaching Excellence (AASTE) and Teacher of the Year for the Fillmore Unified School District in California.
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    When Amanda Jordan, who is earning her master’s in counseling this spring, needed a topic for her action research project, she drew on her role as a counseling intern at Grant High School for inspiration.
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    Learn about a Pioneer’s journey to a fulfilling career.
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    The Fusion Energy Postdoctoral Research Program offers recent doctoral degree recipients the opportunity to conduct research in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) fusion energy research and development programs.  Participants acquire experience and training in areas of fusion energy, interact with outstanding scientists and engineers, and have access to advanced equipment and facilities.  Appointments are made to designated DOE laboratories, universities, and contractor fusion energy centers.
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    The Urban Fellows Program is a highly selective, nine-month fellowship which combines work in Mayoral offices and City agencies with an intensive seminar series that explores current urban issues impacting public policy. Program participants are diverse and come from all over the country to work in New York City.
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    Since 1952, the National Science Foundations (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program has recognized and supported future leaders in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Each year, NSF awards up to 2,000 fellowships to outstanding students in these fields. Benefits of the fellowship include: three years of financial support over a five-year period. This includes a $32,000 annual stipend, a $12,000 annual cost-of-education allowance, international research and professional development opportunities.
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    he East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) goals are to introduce U.S. graduate students to East Asia and Pacific science and engineering in the context of a research setting, and to help students initiate scientific relationships that will better enable future collaboration with foreign counterparts. Selected students participate in research experiences at host laboratories in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, or Taiwan. All institutes, except Japan, last approximately 8 weeks from June to August. Japan lasts approximately 10 weeks from June to August.
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    The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship (Vanier CGS) was created to attract and retain world-class doctoral students and to establish Canada as a global centre of excellence in research and higher learning. It is worth $50,000 per year for three years and is available to both Canadian and international PhD students studying at Canadian universities.
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    EPS provides fellowships to US scholars and professionals for up to eight weeks to serve US Embassies in Eurasia as policy specialists on a chosen topic and pursue their own research project independently. EPS Grant covers the cost of travel and in-country housing and provides a stipend for living expenses.
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    The mission of Match Teacher Residency (MTR) is to create unusually effective rookie teachers. In the first year, residents are trained in Boston. During the year, they participate in our Match Corps tutoring program Monday through Thursday and receive MTR training on Fridays and Saturdays. In the spring, we help our residents find teaching positions in the nation’s top urban charter and turnaround schools.  School leaders covet Match Teacher Residents; many folks get multiple job offers.
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    AAUW has a long and distinguished history of advancing educational and professional opportunities for women in the United States and around the globe. One of the world’s largest sources of funding for graduate women, AAUW is providing more than $4.3 million in funding for more than 278 fellowships and grants to outstanding women and nonprofit organizations in the 2012-13 academic year. Due to the longstanding, generous contributions of AAUW members, a broader community of women continues to gain access to educational and economic opportunities — breaking through barriers so that all women have a fair chance.
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    Annual award to support individual training in the languages of Eastern Europe (except those of the successor states of the Soviet Union): Albanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, and Slovene.” Up to $2,500 awards.
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    The American Meteorological Society (AMS) administers an array of graduate fellowships and undergraduate scholarships with the support of its members, corporations, and government agencies nationwide. The fellowships and scholarships help further the education of outstanding graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a career in the atmospheric and related oceanic or hydrologic sciences.
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    The APSA Minority Fellows program is designed primarily for minority students applying to enter a doctoral program in political science. The APSA Minority Fellows Program designates up to twelve stipend minority fellows each year. Additional applicants who do not receive funds from the Association may also be recognized and recommended for admission and financial support to graduate political science programs.
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    The principal aim of the MFP is to provide financial support, professional development activities, and guidance to promising doctoral students and postdoctoral trainees with the goal of moving them toward high achievement in areas related to ethnic minority behavioral health research or services.
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    Every year, Annie’s awards $100,000 in scholarships to students through the Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship program to support the next generation of sustainable and organic farmers.
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    The Metropolitan Museum of Art annually welcomes a vibrant group of graduate students, museum professionals, and senior scholars to undertake independent study and research related to the Museum’s collections. Fellows become immersed in the life of the Museum through behind-the-scenes tours, weekly gatherings with members of the Museum staff, and tours of the collections and exhibitions. Each spring, we offer a series of fellows’ colloquia, providing an opportunity for the scholars to present short papers on their work in progress to university colleagues, Museum staff, and the academic community.
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    The Asian Cultural Council’s Residency program in Asia assists individual American artists, scholars, and professionals undertaking research, teaching, and creative residencies at cultural and educational institutions in East and Southeast Asia. Projects supported in the ACC Residency Program demonstrate close collaboration in design and execution between the visiting American specialist and the host organization and produce tangible results such as publication, course development, or the creation of new artistic work. The program helps to foster the growth of Asian cultural studies in the U.S. and of American cultural studies in Asia, as well as to stimulate long-term relationships in the arts and humanities between American individuals and institutions and their colleagues in Asia.
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    Ashoka Fellows are leading social entrepreneurs who we recognize to have innovative solutions to social problems and the potential to change patterns across society. They demonstrate unrivaled commitment to bold new ideas and prove that compassion, creativity, and collaboration are tremendous forces for change. Ashoka Fellows work in over 70 countries around the globe in every area of human need.

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