L&C Magazine | Winter 2018
- The graduate school wins a City of Portland grant to fight hate and support victims.
- A new College Outdoors program brings faculty and students together in the classroom of the Pacific Northwest.
- Sociology researchers explore the disconnects between lenders and borrowers in Cambodia.
On Palatine Hill
The Lewis & Clark campus community—as well as off-campus alumni, parents, and friends—can now enjoy fresh merchandise and new perks through the college bookstore. In December, the bookstore opened under new management with Barnes & Noble.
- Many students in the class of 2021 were born in 1999, the last year of the 20th century. In what other ways will this prove to be a landmark class? With the help of a Lewis & Clark education, we will soon find out! In the meantime, check out some key factoids about the class of 2021 below.
The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust has recognized Tamily Weissman-Unni, associate professor of biology and program cochair of neuroscience, with the 2017 Lynwood W. Swanson Promise for Scientific Research Award.
- Last summer, from May to July, Max Clary BA ’18, Nellie Trenga-Schein BA ’17, and Villwock planted seeds—both real and metaphorical—in northern Uganda for their grant-funded Project for Peace.
Lewis & Clark’s Winterim is an opportunity to explore entrepreneurship from the ground up during a weeklong session over winter break.
Lewis & Clark, in partnership with Zagster, now offers a bike-sharing system for students, faculty, and staff. Users simply create an account, choose a bike from the racks at Templeton Student Center or near Tamarack Lounge in the Forest Complex, and enjoy the ride.
- Legacy: Race and Remembrance
- Fall Athletics Highlights
- Randy Porter, Lewis & Clark’s jazz piano instructor, was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Jazz Vocal Album for Porter Plays Porter.
Leadership and Support
Pat Mahaffy BA ’85; Center for Entrepreneurship gains new name.
Each year, the Lewis & Clark Board of Alumni honors members of the College of Arts and Sciences community for their outstanding accomplishments and service. We’re pleased to congratulate the 2017 honorees, who received their awards at the Alumni Honors Banquet on February 9.
- Renda Nazzal BA ’12
- Lee Jennings BA ’98
- Paula Hayes BA ’92
- Nate Jones BA ’05
Save the date for this fall’s Homecoming and Family Weekend, October 5–7, 2018.