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    December 8
    Events at Lewis & Clark examine contemporary and historical issues.
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    August 21
    Get to know Assistant Professor of International Affairs Kyle Lascurettes.
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    August 19
    Get to know Assistant Professor of International Affairs Elizabeth Bennett.









     

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    April 29
    For the eighth year in a row, Lewis & Clark students have earned a competitive grant from philanthropist Kathryn W. Davis’s 100 Projects for Peace Initiative. Over the summer, project leaders Nway Khine ’15 and Sam Shugart ’15, along with Katie Schirmer ’17 and Ira Yeap ’14, will teach English to orphans in Taunggyi, Myanmar.
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    April 25
    Get to know Laura Burroughs ’14, a major in international affairs and German studies, and recipient of a Fulbright award.
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    April 21
    Get to know Christa Giesecke ’14, a major in foreign languages and international affairs, and recipient of a Fulbright award.
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    March 3

    Events at Lewis & Clark examine historical and contemporary issues.

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    February 14
    Current students share their top Lewis & Clark course recommendations.
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    February 10
    The idea of Thomas L. Neff B.A. ’65 evolved into the Megatons to Megawatts program, which has transformed 20,000 Russian warheads into roughly 10 percent of all electricity generated in the United States.
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    December 5
    Associate Professor of History Andrew Bernstein has received a Fellowship for Advanced Social Science Research on Japan from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The funding rate for this highly competitive program averages just 8 percent each year.
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    November 8
    Lewis & Clark’s Model United Nations club was awarded the title of “distinguished delegation” after attending a national conference in Washington, D.C. Only 10 percent of participating delegations were recommended for awards.
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    November 4
    Greg Caldwell, former director of international students and scholars at Lewis & Clark, will represent Korea’s interest in northern Oregon.
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    August 14
    The Princeton Review and other organizations are recognizing us for our environmental efforts in the classroom and beyond.
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    July 8
    International affairs major Tawab Malekzad ’13 is a Davis United World College scholar from Kabul, Afghanistan.
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    May 16
    Get to know Dharma Khalsa ’12, a major in international affairs and recipient of a Fulbright award.
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    May 6
    Roméo Dallaire, a Canadian senator and retired lieutenant general, will be the speaker at the commencement ceremony for the College of Arts and Sciences on May 18.
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    April 23
    Taylor Finch ’13 and Sofia Alicastro ’14 earned spots in the super-selective business internship program, which accepts only 25 students.
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    April 23
    Notable guests bring inspiration and big ideas to campus.
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    April 22
    An alumna finds adventure and meaning abroad.
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    April 15
    For the seventh year in a row, Lewis & Clark students have earned a competitive grant from philanthropist Kathryn W. Davis’s 100 Projects for Peace Initiative. Over the summer, students Miranda Benson ’13 and Hillary Patin ’14 will promote dance movement therapy and self-defense for women in Varanasi, India.
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    February 12
    Funded by the National Security Education Program(NSEP), Boren awards come in two forms: fellowships and scholarships. Boren fellowships provide up to $30,000 to US graduate students, while scholarships provide up to $20,000 to US undergraduate students. Both support students who wish to study regions and languages critical to US interests.
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    February 12
    The Endowment’s Junior Fellows Program offers 8-10 one-year fellowships to uniquely qualified graduating seniors and individuals. Carnegie Junior Fellows work as research assistants to the Endowment’s senior associates. Junior Fellows have the opportunity to conduct research for books, co-author journal articles and policy papers, participate in meetings with high-level officials, contribute to congressional testimony and organize briefings attended by scholars, activists, journalists and government officials.
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    February 11
    President Glassner shares his vision through writing, outreach, strategic planning.
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    February 5
    This program provides fellowships to students of superior academic ability—selected on the basis of demonstrated achievement, financial need, and exceptional promise—to undertake study at the doctoral and Master of Fine Arts level in selected fields of arts, humanities, and social sciences.
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    January 31
    The Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows Program trains emerging leaders in the fight to end hunger worldwide. It is a unique two-year program that combines field and policy work.
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    January 31
    The Anna Sobol Levy Foundation and its fellowship program was created by Captain Jerome E. Levy, USNR (Ret.) to honor his mother’s memory.
    The fellowship is for one or two years of study at The Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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    January 25
    Isaac Holeman B.A. ’09, cofounder of Medic Mobile, has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30: Social Entrepreneurs list.
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    January 14
    Matthew Rugamba ’13 weaves his heritage into a growing business.
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    December 3
    The Open Society Fellowship supports individuals who are developing innovative solutions to pressing open society challenges. The fellowship program seeks applicants eager to communicate original and provocative ideas to a broad audience, as well as to shape policy and inspire critical debate among activists, intellectuals, decision makers, and the public.
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    December 3
    We live in an interconnected world. Yet the process we know as globalization cannot be understood without history to explain its significance in both past and contemporary world affairs. The research-orientated dual Master’s degree in International and World History offers an opportunity to explore these transnational inquiries, while connecting vibrant intellectual communities in two global epicenters: New York and London.
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