Retiring faculty impart rich legacies for the future
Editor’s note: At the close of the academic year, the Lewis & Clark community bade a fond farewell to several longtime faculty members who retired. To honor their years of service, we could list the books and papers they’ve published (which would be many), the honors they’ve received (which would be impressive), or the organizations they’ve joined and led (which would be substantial). Instead, we decided to focus on each professor’s particular passion. In doing so, we hope to highlight both the personality of the professor and the uniqueness of the Lewis & Clark experience.