News and Events
Join us for an entire month of autumn delights! From pickleball tournaments to pumpkin decorating, there’s something for everyone.
Show your school spirit!
Huge thank you to all of our Community Partners for NSO: Tryon Creek Watershed Council, Friends of Terwilliger, Neighborhood House, Homeplate, SOLVE, SEED Club, Cards for Hospitalized Kids, Brighten a Day, LC Grounds Crew, Write Around Portland, The Blanchet House, Refugee Care Collective, Anti-Cruelty Society
And sincere thank you to all of our Staff and Faculty Volunteers: Tamara Ko, Ben Olson, Rocky Campbell, Doug Lennox, Jerry Harp, Jaime Cale, Gaby Herrmann, Max Lamas, Dylan Carlson, Gregory Dyrek and all those who donated items prior to service day! We appreciate you :)
Find community in your commute! Bike Posse is a low-key, convivial group of staff and faculty who leisurely ride to campus together over the Sellwood bridge and through Riverview Cemetery.
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.
Shanta Calem - Administrative Specialist and Adjunct Faculty, Graduate School
Meet Building Maintenance Lead Engineer Adam Ferrel.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion is excited to announce the launch of Employee Resource Groups for all Lewis & Clark employees.
Director of Accounting Marietta Lawson BS ’79 grew up across the street from Lewis & Clark, and will retire at the end of this month after working nearly 30 years in the Office of Business and Finance. Here she reflects on her countless adventures on campus as it changed over the years.
The Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students looks forward to presenting Student Life Staff Awards in Spring 2023. You are invited to nominate exceptional Student Life staff members today!
TEP encourages innovation in the classroom by offering regular opportunities to receive support from and exchange ideas with colleagues. All CAS faculty and staff are invited to join us bi-weekly on alternating Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Howard 302.
Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being is the Multnomah County Library Everybody Reads 2023 title. In support of this community reading project, free custom copies are available for pick up at Watzek Library and Boley Law Library. Read, reflect, and participate in online and in-person activities outlined in Multnomah County Library’s accompanying project guide. Explore the power of books to create a stronger community!
Past EventsSeptember 26, 2023
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.September 1, 2023
An awesome opportunity to meet peers while playing a game that we can all have fun at!August 29, 2023
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.