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    June 14
    I am devoted to healing the wounds of social and historical traumatic stress and fostering resilience.Pilar Hernández-WolfeAssociate Professor of Counseling and Director of the Lewis & Clark Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy Program
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    June 4
    When I started looking into the Educational Leadership program, I was encouraged to see that equity was a major component. That’s where I wanted to put my focus. People in the university get that piece.Karen PerezDoctoral student
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    May 21
    Marisol lights up the room when she enters and her commitment to making her community better has already made a significant impact in ways that represent the mission of the college.Tricia BrandAssociate Dean and Director of Multicultural Affairs
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    May 14
    Rosa’s discussions with me about the treatment of the disabled in her home country reveal that she is determined to promote needed services in Korea. Carolyn Locke Administrative Specialist in International Students and Scholars and founder of the “Treasures” program
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    April 2
    Professor Delishia Pittman’s recent scholarship furthers discussions of race, gender, and diversity in psychological study.
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    February 18
    I realized that I was being challenged to think deeply and critically.  Suddenly, answers were secondary to curiosity and questions.Aukeem Ballard B.A. ’11, M.A.T. ’12Middle School Teacher, Portland Public Schools
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    February 13
    At the high school level, students are still developing their view of the world and discovering their place in it…They’re very hopeful and motivated to effect change.Tim Swinehart M.A.T. ‘05Author and Teacher at Lincoln High School
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    February 13
    I saw law school as an opportunity to gain the skills and credentials needed to empower myself and advocate for my people. Jeremy Aliason J.D. ’01Executive Director of the National Native American Bar Association in Oklahoma City
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    February 8
    Andrae Brown, associate professor of counseling psychology in the graduate school, was recently honored by the Portland Observer for his work “to engage community members and mental health providers to improve wellness.”
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    December 20
    It has been my experience that once students’ and parents’ stories are told, educators are profoundly changed by what immigrant families will teach them.Sara ExpositoAssistant Professor of Education
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    November 19
    I think historically, college students haven’t been given enough credit for our capabilities. As scholars we are in a unique position to be critical of the world around us and to take action and be leaders. Goldann Salazar ’12
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    July 2
    I am really lucky to have three older sisters pave the way.Jeanie Mullins CAS ‘16Whose sisters Jessica B.A. ’10, Jennifer B.A. ’12 and Jet’aime B.A. ’13 have helped create a lasting legacy at Lewis & Clark.
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    June 5
    On the very first day at Lewis & Clark, they told us we were agents of change, and it stuck with me…I’ve spent all these years thinking about that and putting it to work.Elena Garcia-Velasco M.A.T. ’97Oregon’s 2012 Teacher of the Year.
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    October 13
    I believe any teacher who is willing to do the work of exploring race and how it affects teaching can reach all students.Dyan WatsonAssistant Professor of Education
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