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One of the Greatest Places

March 11, 2007

Lewis & Clark’s campus is lauded in the new book American Places: In Search of the Twenty-First Century Campus, by M. Perry Chapman.

In a chapter titled “Globalization of the Academy,” Chapman states that Lewis & Clark “has dedicated itself to the development of a campus environment that will facilitate the cross-cultural educational experience that it is striving to achieve.” He is particularly complimentary of the College’s commitment to a residential community designed to “integrate ‘living, learning, and discourse … in a seamless college experience.’ “

American Places is published by the American Council on Education/Praeger Series on Higher Education.

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