L&C Magazine | Winter 2004
- Paul Bragdon, a legend in Oregon’s higher education circles, leads Lewis & Clark through transition. Also: The college’s “perfect storm,” a new chief financial officer, presidential search update, and the Pamplin family donation of $6.5 million.
- Coach Todd Anckaitis prepares the groundwork for varsity women’s soccer.
- Howard Hall, slated to open in winter 2005, will be home to most of the Social Sciences.
On Palatine Hill
- Grant Success
- Faculty Art Exhibition
- Smith Hall Dedicated
- Exhibition in Boston
- Teaching Computers the Game of go
- Lectures and Seminars
- National Radio Series With OPB
- Veggie Friendly College
- Blumenauer and Kobayashi Honored
- Hoop Dreams in the Philippines
- Harpole Award and Scholarship
- Faculty Emeriti: Where are they now?
- Learning to Speak
- 21 Rogers Scholars
- Class of 2007
- Sacagawea Sculpture Unveiled
- Working With Waseda University
- Joining the Public Schools Dialogue
- Eight Pamplin Fellows
- Eight new faculty members joined Lewis & Clark this year, invigorating the community with their teaching and research talents.
- Essence Magazine Honors Liz Posey ‘03
- Indian Law in Historical Perspective
- New Dean Envisions Bold Future for Graduate School
Dinner With a Pioneer
Providing scholarship funds to students in need is one of the prime ways alumni give back to the College—and ultimately, to society at large. Here are some examples of popular ways to give.
Homecoming and Alumni Weekend 2003
- Holiday Gala
- The College recognized three alumni for outstanding achievements and community service at the Alumni Honors Banquet on October 3. Serving on the selection committee were Patti Baumann ’81, Steve Haldors ’58, Pat Hibbard ’52, and Jim Stell ’60.