L&C Magazine | Spring 2015
- For a half century, the International Fair has celebrated the many cultures and nationalities represented at Lewis & Clark.
- Lewis & Clark creates a pathway for underrepresented students to become K-12 science and math teachers.
- The law school hosts its first-ever food forum, part of its emerging commitment to food law.
- Lewis & Clark is the nation’s top-ranked college in sustainability, according to the Princeton Review.
- Dr. Susan Tolle BS ’73 is a nationally recognized champion of compassionate care near the end of life.
- John Callahan, a campus icon, is retiring from teaching. But he isn’t slowing down.
The successes we earn are the products of thinkers and doers who flourish in an environment of collaborative inquiry and learning.
On Palatine Hill
- On February 4, as part of Black History Month, Lewis & Clark hosted a talk with Sister Helen Prejean, an instrumental advocate in sparking national dialogue on the death penalty and helping to shape the Catholic Church’s newly vigorous opposition to state executions.
- President Barry Glassner has been elected as a national delegate to the board of directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.
- Pio Sports
- Catherine Gunther Kodat will become the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in July.
- More than 200 guests, including residents from the local Czech community and international dignitaries, gathered outside Fir Acres Theatre to dedicate Lewis & Clark’s newest addition to the campus grounds: Václav Havel’s Place.
- On April 17, the undergraduate campus celebrated a day of scholarship via the Festival of Scholars. Classes were canceled to allow the entire community to participate. The Festival of Scholars is designed to showcase student research, performance, and art from across the curriculum. The festival is sponsored by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- A miscellany of the new, the intriguing, and the obscure.
- The numbers are in, and Lewis & Clark is one of only 12 colleges and universities in the nation to earn recognition as a top producer of both Fulbright student and Fulbright faculty scholars for 2014–15.
- Rev. Mark Duntley, dean of religious and spiritual life, has served the Lewis & Clark community since 1989. The Chronicle caught up with Duntley to learn more about this effort.