News and Events
- NEWSDr. Robin Holmes-Sullivan is the first woman and the first person of color to serve as Lewis & Clark’s president in the institution’s 155-year history.
Deadline: February 29, 2024
Graduate School Art Therapy instructor and film director, BA Short, says the documentary challenges the notion of beauty and what it means to be beautiful, and centers on the lived experience of adults who live with disabilities.
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.November is Indigenous Peoples’ Heritage Month, so we asked five L&C community members to share their stories and what this month means to them.August 15 is Torres’s first day on the job. An accomplished scholar, researcher, and educator at the Graduate School of Education and Counseling, Torres was appointed to the deanship in late May.
In September, in collaboration with the Steve Fund, Lewis & Clark will begin an 18-month process to improve its racial climate, policies, and practices to prioritize the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.Narrative medicine programs teach doctors and other caregivers “sensitive interviewing skills” and the art of “radical listening” to improve patient care. The New York Times reports in this story that narrative medicine is now taught in some form at roughly 80 percent of medical schools in the United States.
The Career Center is excited to share Miguel Rodriguez’s story revolving around work, academics, and personal growth. We wanted to give you the opportunity to hear from someone in the latinx community who is working and attending school, like many of you. We hope his words will inspire you to speak out, actively work, seek out and stride for your independence through goals you set for yourself.As part of Love is King’s Operation ROAM, educational Leadership professor Lisa Collins will visit the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and hear from the indigenous Gwichʼin tribe regarding the ongoing battle to protect their lands from oil drilling.
Focus on environmental justice in underserved communities propelled selection among 300+ applicants.In celebration of Summer, enjoy an all-vinyl mix of the Center for Cassette Studies’ go-to soul and R&B records by African-American artists. https://soundcloud.com/watzekspins/soul-singles-for-juneteenth
- EVENTSNovember 30: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Online open studio sessions are FREE and open to the public. At this time in person sessions are for L&C students, faculty and staff.December 12: 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Open to all students, faculty, staff and alumni of L&C, we create events to heal from oppression and discuss where art in relationship transforms lives, builds community, examines social constructs, raises critical consciousness and creates a more just society.