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  • Facts about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and strategies for success.
  • Facts about Asperger’s and strategies for success.
  • Facts about learning disabilities and strategies for success.
  • A fact sheet outlining the rights of people with disabilities as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Written by US Dept of Health and Human Services.


  • September 30
    An exploration of urban nature within the Columbia Slough, near North Portland.
  • January 28
    Easily one of Portland’s best close-in hikes, the Marquam Trail is as pleasant as any in Forest Park and features an outstanding four-mountain view from Council Crest Park.
  • January 21
    Great mountain bike rides in Oregon.
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    April 15
    On November 1, 2013, Samuel Tidwell B.A. ’13 left his home in Greenfield, California with nothing but essential belongings that could be carried in a backpack and a homemade hand cart. Only three weeks earlier, Tidwell had committed himself to walking across the United States.
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    November 18
    Lewis & Clark’s overseas and off-campus programs provide students with unique academic and cultural experiences.
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    June 18
    Our overseas study program celebrates its 50th year.
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    November 14
    Dave Dalton describes his professional journey and includes news about Catie Dalton, an LC Education alum.  After graduating from Counseling Psychology in December 2010, Dave will join his wife who is already teaching in Nigeria. Also both have done long bicycling treks, including one 4,000 miles endeavor.
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    May 19
    Anne Mungai of Kenya, a CPSY graduate student, recently learned she is a 2010-2011 recipient of an AAUW fellowship.  She shares her motivation, faith, values and family support, all of which are part of her journey to the Graduate School of Education and Counseling, a critical step toward attaining her professional goals.
  • May 4
    Incoming ILSA Executive Director (and L&C Law alum) Will Patterson’s talk on how to break into international law as a a career is now available!  If you missed this event, you should watch the podcast as is the most informative international law career event on campus this year!
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    April 2
    Sara Eichelberger ’10, Jesse Schouboe ’10, and David Willis ’10 earned a 100 Projects for Peace Award from philanthropist Kathryn W. Davis for their proposal titled “Peace Through the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.”
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    November 2
    A Lewis & Clark initiative, supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, is increasing access to science research in Oregon.
  • June 13
    When he arrived at Lewis & Clark three years ago, Brad Elkins ’10 never imagined a day like this: Between final exams on discrete mathematics and artificial intelligence, a paper on theories of international affairs, and the obligations associated with being next year’s school president, he has been working for most of the last 20 hours.
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    May 1
    Like many children, Grace Gifford ’12 learned to swim at the Y. But for her, getting in the pool was much more than a simple rite of passage.


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