L&C Magazine | Summer 2010
- Lewis & Clark alumni help create the city’s unique vibe.
- Katie Walter BA ’09 makes a positive difference for others by starting a women’s artisan collective.
- By Abby Haight
Many clients in treatment for mental health issues are also battling addiction. Are their counselors prepared to help?
- Professor Daena Goldsmith BS ’86 (right) studies communication in couples dealing with a chronic health condition such as heart disease, cancer, or HIV.
To slightly rephrase an old expression, “Good things come to good colleges.” Lewis & Clark has enjoyed two fortunate developments during the past year.
On Palatine Hill
- The Oregon Academy of Science, an organization that promotes research and education in the hard and social sciences, named Professor of Education Kip Ault its 2010 Outstanding University Educator.
- Letters from Readers
- Lewis & Clark Law School has been named among the Top Green Law Schools in the country by preLaw magazine.
- On April 10, members of the Lewis & Clark community volunteered for a day of service on campus and throughout the Portland community.
- Gender Studies Symposium and International Affairs Symposium.
- Each year, students from the College of Arts and Sciences and Lewis & Clark Law School reflect on the extraordinary teaching of their respective professors and select one for top teaching honors.
- The second annual Philanthropy Leadership Dinner was held on May 6 in the Fred and Suzanne Fields Ballroom at the Portland Art Museum.
- Pio Sports Summer 2010
- This spring the Public Interest Law Project (PILP) at Lewis & Clark Law School celebrated a milestone when it held its 20th annual fund-raising auction.
- Last spring, several Lewis & Clark undergraduates and young alumni garnered national awards for their academic achievements, winning two Goldwater Scholarships and seven Fulbright grants to further their education and research.
- After a year-long search, Lewis & Clark’s Board of Trustees has named Barry Glassner, PhD, a noted cultural commentator and the executive vice provost at the University of Southern California, the college’s 24th president.
- In the recently released 2011 edition of the Princeton Review’s The Best 373 Colleges, Lewis & Clark ranked second in the category of “most beautiful campus” and 15th in “most popular study abroad program.” The rankings are based entirely on student surveys.
- This summer, Lewis & Clark began construction of the new Diane Gregg Memorial Pavilion and the renovation of Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
- Graduates of 2010
- Highlights: Men’s Rowing, Track and Field, Softball and Baseball, Tennis and Golf
- Whether she is conducting computational chemistry research or volunteering with pediatric kidney disease patients, Marie Lafortune BA ’10 never loses track of the importance of her work.
- Beth Skillern JD ’86 advises lawyers, especially women, to find balance and perspective in their careers.
- Whenever Marc Casto BA ’97 travels, one of his first goals is to find a good local cookbook
- By Pattie Pace
Amber Case BA ‘08 believes the next wave of technology will allow humans to intuitively interact.
- By Pattie Pace
Bob Carlson MAT ‘95, executive director of Center for Research in Environmental Studies and Technologies (CREST), shows kids they can make a difference.
- Beth Skillern JD ‘86
- Marc Casto BA ‘97
- Bob Carlson MAT ‘95