Enjoy alumni band Renegade Stringband, savor hors d’oeuvres from Bon Appetit’s sustainable catering, and learn why Lewis & Clark is at the forefront of pioneering nationwide sustainability efforts.
It is our pleasure to invite you to the Festival of Scholars, an opportunity for student-scholars and artists to present their research and art, while also learning from one another.
The annual Environmental Law symposium at Lewis & Clark in 2015 will focus on Developments in the Public Trust and will be dedicated to the memory of Joe Sax and will honor the contributions of Hap Dunning. Registration is now CLOSED.Participating academics will include Richard Lazarus, Mary Wood, Hap Dunning, Gerald Torres, John Dernbach, Robin Craig, Alexandra Klass, Richard Frank, Dan Farber, Jim Huffman, Michael Blumm, Erin Ryan, and others.
Come join us for a fireside chat with one of our most distinguished alumni, Phil Schiliro. After graduating from Lewis & Clark Law School in 1981, where he served as Editor in Chief of the Environmental Law Review, Mr. Schiliro went on to spend three decades grappling with policy and politics on Capitol Hill.
Questions? Contact: Victor S. Reuther at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
This CLE is sponsored by the Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School and the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission.
- Legal Landscape: Managing Floodplains and Restoring Salmon
- NFIP Consultation and Litigation
- Columbia River Treaty
Tickets for An Evening with Bill the Science Guy in the Pamplin Sports Center are now SOLD OUT. A free simulcast of An Evening with Bill Nye the Science Guy will be shown in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel. Tickets are not required for the simulcast.
Bill Nye — scientist, engineer, comedian, author, and inventor—will bring his special brand of pop culture science literacy to Portland on Saturday, October 25 at 7 p.m. at the Pamplin Sports Center at Lewis & Clark, 0615 SW Palatine Hill Road. The event is open to public; doors open at 6 p.m.
At the event, Nye will delve into his early history, the importance of science education, and inspiring others to change the world through it. Nye has worked to make science entertaining and accessible for most of his life. He initially discovered a talent for tutoring in high school, and spent afternoons and summers demystifying math for his fellow students.