Congratulations, Class of 2004
Above: Clouds with occasional sun breaks greeted graduates from the undergraduate college and their families on May 9. Below: Dr. Anthony Fauci (center), director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, was the undergraduate commencement speaker. Janis Lochner, Pamplin Professor of Science, hoods Fauci as Interim President Paul Bragdon looks on.
Below, left: James Banks (left), professor and director of the Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Washington, delivered the graduate school commencement address. Banks was introduced by Paul Bragdon (right), interim president, and hooded by John Bates, chair of the Board of Trustees. Below, right: Patricia Madrid, attorney general of New Mexico, was the law school commencement speaker.
Lewis & Clark hosted three commencements this spring to celebrate the achievements of its graduates.
Commencement: May 9
Degree awarded: B.A.
Number of graduates: 382
School of Law
Commencement: May 22
Degrees awarded: J.D.; LL.M. in environmental and natural resources law (academic certificates awarded in criminal law and procedure, environmental and natural resources law, federal tax law, general business law, and small and emerging business law)
Number of graduates: 191
Graduate School of Education
Commencement: June 6
Degrees Awarded: M.Ed., M.A.T., M.A. in Counseling Psychology; M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in School Psychology (licenses awarded in educational administration)
Number of graduates: 227