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  • With the introduction of its first doctoral program, Lewis & Clark takes a bold step toward advancing education throughout the region.
  • James F. “Jimmy” Miller, renowned investor and philanthropist, would have been 100 years old on February 20. Although he didn’t live to see that milestone (he died June 3, 2004), he left behind a living legacy of Lewis & Clark students, faculty, and alumni who continue to benefit from his generosity.
  • With the addition of the Sherman Fairchild Foundation Telescope, Lewis & Clark’s astronomy program reaches new heights.


  • The College of Arts and Sciences recognized three alumni for their outstanding achievements and community service at the annual Alumni Honors Banquet in September.


  • One of my lifelong commitments as a teacher and scholar has been that of exploring the role of imagination and narrative in the course of moral and ethical development. I have long viewed teaching and learning as acts of discovery, portraiture, and inquiry: discovery of new ways of seeing and thinking;portraiture of persons, time, and place across many contexts and cultures; and open and fearless inquiry into problems and possibilities that might take a different turn than others have tried.

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