L&C Magazine | Fall 2014
- Lewis & Clark law students experience firsthand the implications of wildlife and cruelty laws in Kenya.
Michael Ford and Vern Jones, two pillars of the Lewis & Clark community, retire.
The graduate school celebrates 30 years of preparing teachers and counselors for lives of service.
Thomas Neff BA ’65 devises an elegant plan to transform Russian warheads into American electricity.
- Lewis & Clark students apply their classics training to an archaeological dig in central Italy.
On Palatine Hill
- Jerusha Detweiler-Bedell has been appointed by President Barry Glassner to serve as interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Last spring, Lewis & Clark students and alumni claimed a bounty of national awards and honors in recognition of their academic excellence and commitment to global service.
- Photos by Brian Foulkes
A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.
- Lewis & Clark’s Board of Trustees welcomed Anthony “Tony” Abena BS ’86 and Heidi Hu BS ’85.
- Over the summer, 16 college and university teachers converged on Lewis & Clark for a seminar on Socrates.
- Happenings around campus
Lewis & Clark continues to receive high marks in a variety of national rankings.
- Remembering Vern Rutsala
- Erica Terpening-Romeo ’14, a recent graduate of the class of 2014, is the recipient of two of Lewis & Clark’s highest annual honors.
- Shana Levine was named Lewis & Clark’s new director of physical education and athletics.
- Students reflect on the extraordinary teaching of their respective professors and select one for top teaching honors.
- In the spring, multiple Lewis & Clark athletic teams made impressive strides forward with several athletes earning Northwest Conference All-Conference honors.
Leadership and Support
The sixth annual Philanthropy Leadership Dinner was held on May 8 in the Fred and Suzanne Fields Ballroom at the Portland Art Museum. President Barry Glassner and the Board of Trustees hosted more than 220 guests to celebrate members of the Leadership Society, Heritage Society, and Elliott Circle.
- Ronald Towner BA ʼ79 has used tree-ring analysis to help date sites all over the American West.
- Hunter Franks BA ’08 founded the League of Creative Interventionists, a global network that uses creativity to build community.
- Mollie Dickson MAT ’09 remembers relaxing at the kitchen table in her childhood home, talking with her father as he cooked tasty and nutritious meals for their family.
The sixth annual Philanthropy Leadership Dinner was held on May 8 in the Fred and Suzanne Fields Ballroom at the Portland Art Museum. President Barry Glassner and the Board of Trustees hosted more than 220 guests to celebrate members of the Leadership Society, Heritage Society, and Elliott Circle. – Photos by Cameron Browne