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March 3rd, 2019

  • 7:30pm: Lewis & Clark Orchestra Concert
    The Lewis & Clark Orchestra presents its first concert of the spring 2019 semester featuring the winners of the 2018 Lewis & Clark Concerto Competition: Sara Jane Maass, Elsa Dougherty, and Casey Yamamura.

March 8th, 2019

  • 7:30pm: Friends of Rain Concert
    The Lewis & Clark College Faculty Chamber Players presents its annual Friends of Rain new music concert on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 7:30pm in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel. LIVE STREAMED EVENT




  • shagouryRuth Shagoury, Mary Stuart Rogers professor of education, blogs about literature for children, offering recommendations about favorite books and ideas for instilling in kids a love of reading. Go

  • Bob Miller thumbnailRobert Miller, professor of law, blogs about issues facing indigenous communities, from education to economic development, criminal justice to casinos. Go

  • marty hart-landsbergMartin Hart-Landsberg, professor of economics, blogs about the latest economic trends and news, sifting through countless reports and analyses and offering his insights in plain English. Go

  • Law Professor Michael Blumm co-authored an op-ed in The Oregonian/OregonLive titled, “Oregon court ignores climate danger in youth case.” (Jan. 18, 2019)

  • Jessica Kleiss, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, and  her team of collaborators from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) applied for and received $250K in renewed competitive funding from the Department of Energy that will support their research for an additional year.  Dr. Kleiss is the Principal Investigator on the collaborative project entitled “Macro-physical Properties of Shallow Cumulus from Integrated ARM Observations”. Supported by the Atmospheric System Research Program, this continuing project will allow the team to apply a new data set—an 18-year record of shallow cumulous cloud macro-physical properties at a site in Oklahoma—to explore relationships between cumulus cloud properties and environmental conditions. With the support of postdoctoral researcher Erin Riley and Lewis & Clark undergraduate researchers Kat Barton and Iris Arnold, and current funding from both the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust and the Department of Energy, the team has collected and analyzed cloud data for more than the past two years. This work has resulted in publications in the Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology and Atmosphere and two SPIE Remote Sensing conference proceedings. Information about the larger project and its development was published in the Fall 2016 Chronicle Magazine.

  • Julio de Paula (Chemistry), “Applications of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy to Chemical Analysis: Free Resources for Undergraduate Education,” Research Corporation for Science Advancement’s (RCSA) Cottrell Plus SEED grant. (July 2018)

  • Charles “Kip” Ault, professor emeritus of education, invites readers into serious appreciation of Darwinian histories by deploying the playful thinking found in children’s books. The book includes essays on the origins of tetrapods, elephants, whales, and birds.

  • Lewis & Clark is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and scholarship. Our professors earn accolades in fields ranging from art history to ecopsychology and criminal law. Learn more about their recent awards, grants, and publications below.

  • tungyinTung Yin, professor of law, blogs about manifestations of the law in pop culture, as well as politics, sports, and local news. Go

  • zaher wahab thumbnail Zaher Wahab, professor of education, blogs about conditions in Afghanistan, as he devotes six months of service each year to the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education. Go

  • paulstoutonghiPauls Toutonghi, assistant professor of English, blogs about writing, teaching, and current events. Go

  • dohertyThomas Doherty, counseling psychology instructor, blogs about his personal and professional work in the field of ecopsychology, a contemporary movement toward recognizing a connection between mental health and the natural environment. Go

  • clareMary Clare, professor of counseling psychology, blogs about her cross-country journey to document diverse perspectives on the concept of change in America. Go

  • Jack BogdanskiJack Bogdanski, professor of law, blogs about local and national politics, law, the arts, and culture. Go

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