News and Events
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- NEWSequity and inclusion
The Office of Equity and Inclusion and Human Resources are excited to announce that we have partnered to enroll our campus in Belong: An Inclusive Learning Community. This is a learning network open to all employees offered on behalf of the Council of Independent Colleges that is intended to increase student and collegial belonging on college campuses.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion is pleased to announce the launch of the first Lewis & Clark employee resource groups!
Monday, October 9th is Indigenous Peoples’ Day! How will you engage with the community and reflect?
Lunch and Learn: A Chat about the SCOTUS Admissions Ruling
The BIPOC Mentorship Program’s 2023 Reception will be held on Sept. 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the Legal Research Center.
Take a few minutes to read what the Office of Equity and Inclusion has been up to.alumni, career success
Waylon Lenk BA ’08, a Shakespeare scholar and theatre artist, will join the college as its first Native Scholar-Artist in Residence this fall. Lenk will give a talk at New Student Orientation and direct the theatre department’s fall production of Henry IV, Part 1.diversity
The Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement (IME) and Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) are excited to introduce a new initiative titled: “Faculty/Staff: Inclusive Practice Strategies.” Each month in the semester, our offices will jointly host an opportunity to talk about any challenging situations that may have occurred in the classroom, in your office, during an event, with a student, or a peer.
Come join us for our last podcast chat.advocacy, alumni, faculty, Life after LC
The inaugural cohort of 21 students graduated in June and are uniquely prepared to advocate for the needs of the individuals they serve while pushing back against the rising tide of anti-trans legislation.
As you plan for some rest and relaxation this summer, we hope you consider enjoying these ideas for new books and podcasts. Whether you are at the coast, on a road trip, a local park, or anywhere you can snag some down time, summer is a great time to check these out.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion is excited to announce the launch of Employee Resource Groups for all Lewis & Clark employees.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) is pleased to announce that a new lactation room has been established on the CAS campus for employees, students, and visitors.
- EVENTSFebruary 27: 12:15pm - 1:15pm
(Postponed with new March date TBD). The Office of Equity and Inclusion plans to discuss York, and how his journey still impacts our lives and our L&C community.February 27: 3:30pmFebruary 27: 5:30pm - 6:30pm
IME presents: Self-care for Social Justice Advocates
Tuesday, February 27th from 5:30-6:30pm
IME Suite (3rd floor of Fowler Student Center, by the spiral staircase)February 28: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Please join us for a webinar titled Connections Are Everything: Fostering Campus Cultures of Learning, Belonging, and Thriving on Wednesday, February 28, from 11 a.m. – noon. Registrants will also receive a recording to watch at a later time.February 29: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
While intellectual property (IP) law is an established legal framework present in the U.S. and many Western countries, its contributions in balancing among competing policies often falls short of expectations. An Islamic theory of IP law sheds new light on the debate and tension of private property and economic justice. While it is important to understand the implementation of the Islamic theory of IP law in Muslim countries, it should also be noted that its principles can help provide new considerations to shape or reform to Western IP legal systems.March 4: 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Nielson Social Change Innovation Grant program is facilitated by the Center for Social Change and Community Involvement. The grant supports Lewis & Clark College undergraduate student-initiated projects and is designed to:
- Fund effective and transformative social change initiatives;
- Encourage innovation and creativity to explore what is possible;
- Equip communities that our students care about, both locally and globally, with the tools required to positively impact social change;
- Develop and test ideas, solve problems, and create opportunities.
*Draft proposal review March 4th from 3-4pm, room TBD*March 4: 5:30pm
Join a small, racially diverse group of CAS students to participate in a pilot 3-dialogue series to explore Race, Identity and Community at LC.