The Lewis & Clark Board of Trustees announced today it has selected Dr. Robin Holmes-Sullivan as the institution’s 26th president. The appointment of Holmes-Sullivan follows a rigorous nationwide search that attracted a strong pool of over a hundred applicants.
Two papers explored sovereignty in association with the COVID-19 pandemic; a third paper explored solutions to Tulsa’s post-McGirtwhite-collar crime.
Yvonne Gurira is named this year’s Outstanding Animal Law LLM Graduate, a merit award given in memory of Florence Kaufelt, a lifelong friend of animals, to a graduate of our Animal Law LLM program.
How do the arts help us answer the question,
“What is an appropriate monument for this time and place?”
The graduate school’s TransActive Gender Project provides a holistic range of services and expertise for transgender and gender-diverse children and youth, as well as their families.
Arielle Hammond is one of five recipients nationwide to receive the AASA Educational Administration Scholarship for aspiring superintendents.
Come see students in Studio Art/Art History and Environmental Studies working with fiber arts on a collaborative project with artist Amanda Triplett. The studio space is Fields 206 and is open Mondays/Wednesdays, 11:30-2:30. Project encompasses collection of climate data from the Columbia Gorge.
This show is to be held in Evans Auditorium Monday, April 11th from 4:30pm-5:45pm.
Lewis & Clark Law Visiting Professor attended a hearing at the International Criminal Court as a member of her legal team invited to present views to the Judges on a Ugandan warlord’s appeal of his convictions for forced marriage of girls and women and other crimes against humanity.