L&C Magazine | Fall 2022
Portland’s Resonance Ensemble, led by Professor Kathy FitzGibbon, worked with artist-composer Damien Geter to present An African American Requiem, a bold, thought-provoking musical response to violence against African Americans in the United States.
When alumni think about their time at Lewis & Clark, they often mention key professors who influenced the course of their lives. At the close of the past academic year, Lewis & Clark bid farewell to a few such faculty who have touched generations of undergraduate students.
Nancy Jonson Teskey and Mike Teskey BA ’85 help a Ukrainian family flee Kyiv, find refuge, and return home again.
Lewis & Clark celebrates several landmark anniversaries of key places, programs, and initiatives.
Every leader dreams of taking on a key role at just the right moment in history. I feel fortunate beyond words that in becoming the 26th president of Lewis &Clark, I have done just that.
On Palatine Hill
An innovative project, titled the Experimental Art Research (EAR) Forest, will soon be in place at Lewis & Clark, thanks, in part, to a four-year $500,000 grant from an anonymous foundation.
Lewis & Clark thanks its generous donors for these recent major gifts and pledges.
The Meyer Memorial Trust, based in Portland, has awarded the law school’s Criminal Justice Reform Clinic (CJRC) a grantof $100,000 for the Black Oregonian Pardon Project.
Lewis & Clark Law School students interested in land conservation issues will continue to be eligible for financial support through the Wyss Scholars Program as a result of a renewed $215,000 grant from the Wyss Foundation.
Joe Morelock BA ’92 led the Newberg School District during a national controversy involving the school board’s ban on Pride and Black Lives Matter symbols in classrooms. Now he’s taking the reins at the Woodburn School District.
Brigitte Ululani Russo BA ’15, a secondary teacher in Hawai‘i,is committed to integrating Indigenous knowledge into the curriculum.
Claire Randall BA ’87 lives her values as CEO of Grand Central Bakery.
After a two-year hiatus, Alumni Weekend returned to Palatine Hill in grand style.
L&C welcomes Dr. Robin Holmes-Sullivan as its new president.
On October 21, 2022, Lewis & Clark inaugurated Dr. Robin Holmes-Sullivan as its 26th president. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and family joined together to celebrate the new president, who promises to be a transformative leader for Lewis & Clark.