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Working Together to Create a Better Science Curriculum

L&C students interested in STEM teaching careers will soon have a new opportunity to collaborate with undergraduate and graduate school faculty as well as Portland-area science teachers. Together, they will create conservation-centered data science teaching methods and materials to benefit 6th through 12th graders. The project is funded by a $105,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant.

Helping Roosevelt High Schoolers Visualize College

Over the summer, Lewis & Clark undergraduates mentored Roosevelt High School students in the first year of the College Success Program, founded by Professor Mitch Reyes and supported by the Mellon Foundation.

Summer Interns ‘Go Green’ and ‘Earn Green’

This summer, L&C students gained hands-on work experience through paid internships in the green sector, thanks to L&C’s Career Center and the Bates Center Sustainability Internship course. Check out the experiences of some of those students.

L&C Selected for Equity in Mental Health on Campus Initiative

In September, in collaboration with the Steve Fund, Lewis & Clark will begin an 18-month process to improve its racial climate, policies, and practices to prioritize the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.

Welcome, New Students!

Incoming first-year and transfer students share why they chose L&C.

Monica Lewinsky BS ’95 Returns to Campus

In her personal, vulnerable narrative, Lewinsky celebrated compassion; destigmatized asking for help; and revealed her hope for a legacy of emerging from the unimaginable to add value to the world.

Whether in the Lab or Among the Trees, Summer Means Science

Over the summer, the Rogers Science Research Program offers L&C students the opportunity to work directly with professors on a variety of research projects. These paid summer positions provide valuable hands-experience usually reserved for graduate students.

Can You Spot Skin Cancer? L&C Psychologists Bring Their Expertise to Public Health Campaign

In collaboration with Oregon Health & Science University and the University of Oregon, psychology professors Jerusha and Brian Detweiler-Bedell conduct research to help Oregonians identify and respond to the risk of melanoma.

‘An African American Requiem’ Confronts Racial Violence Through Music

Portland’s Resonance Ensemble, led by L&C’s Kathy FitzGibbon, worked with artist-composer Damien Geter to present a bold, thought-provoking musical response to violence against African Americans in the United States. The Requiem premiered in Portland and was performed at the Kennedy Center in late May.

Liz LeJeune BA ’22 Receives AAUW Senior Woman Recognition Award

Liz LeJeune BA ’22 is this year’s recipient of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Senior Woman Recognition Award, which honors outstanding scholarship as well as significant contributions to campus and community life.

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Dr. Robin Holmes-Sullivan named the next president of Lewis & Clark

The Lewis & Clark Board of Trustees announced today it has selected Dr. Robin Holmes-Sullivan as the institution’s 26th president. The appointment of Holmes-Sullivan follows a rigorous nationwide search that attracted a strong pool of over a hundred applicants.

Monica Lewinsky BS ’95 Returns to Campus

In her personal, vulnerable narrative, Lewinsky celebrated compassion; destigmatized asking for help; and revealed her hope for a legacy of emerging from the unimaginable to add value to the world.

Can You Spot Skin Cancer? L&C Psychologists Bring Their Expertise to Public Health Campaign

In collaboration with Oregon Health & Science University and the University of Oregon, psychology professors Jerusha and Brian Detweiler-Bedell conduct research to help Oregonians identify and respond to the risk of melanoma.

L&C Selected for Equity in Mental Health on Campus Initiative

In September, in collaboration with the Steve Fund, Lewis & Clark will begin an 18-month process to improve its racial climate, policies, and practices to prioritize the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.

Welcome, New Students!

Incoming first-year and transfer students share why they chose L&C.