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  • April 24
    Lewis & Clark Faculty are invited to join us this May for online sessions dedicated to the effective use of technology in your teaching and research. We offer over thirty sessions with a mix of everyday topics, emerging trends, and discussions on successful application. The Institute follows a conference format organized in tracks. Click here to register.
  • April 4
    We are reviving the LC Google User Group in the form of a monthly update newsletter detailing Google Apps news and updates as well as information specific to Google Apps for Education at LC.
  • January 6
    A “polyvictim” is someone who has experienced multiple victimizations of different types throughout her lifetime.  Mounting evidence shows that polyvictimization occurs at alarming rates.  Fortunately, this data is leading to new efforts to identify and respond to polyvictims.  NCVLI is responding to this emerging issue through the Protecting Polyvictims’ Rights Project, launched this fall Join NCVLI for the Project’s Webinar Series, and learn how you can help prevent re-traumatization of polyvictims by ensuring that their rights are protected from the moment of intake through participation in the justice system. Click herefor more details!

  • April 1
    For the first time ever NCVLI will host a pre-conference skill building seminar exclusively designed for attorneys and law students!  The session will provide an overview of key victims’ rights that arise pretrial under Oregon law, and arm the practitioner with skills necessary to effectively represent the victim at these critical junctures.
  • April 14
    A Victim Assistance Fellowship at the Office for Victims of Crime presents a unique opportunity for individuals to gain valuable experience working on victim assistance issues at the federal level while supporting OVC in accomplishing its mission. Learn more here.


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