Jennifer Hubbert, associate professor of sociology and anthropology, is quoted in an Associated Press (AP) article marking the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests. The wire story appeared across the globe, including in the New York Times.
Jess Perlitz, assistant professor of art and studio head of sculpture, is featured in an interview dated May 29, 2019 in Title Magazine. The article is titled, “Art as Tool, Riddle, Problem, Absurdity, Desire: A Conversation with Jess Perlitz.”
Jessie Starling, assistant professor of religious studies, has a new book out. Guardians of the Buddha’s Home: Domestic Religion in Contemporary Jōdo Shinshū, was reviewed in the American Academy of Religion’s publication, Reading Religion.
Maryann Bylander, assistant professor of sociology, is interviewed in the February 11 edition of the Bangkok Post about the perils facing migrant workers in South Asia.
Susanna Morrill, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, has been named an editor of the academic journal, Mormon Studies Review, according to the University of Illinois Press blog.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Michael Namkung is mentioned in the Hood River News June 5, 2019 edition. The article explores Namkung’s involvement with the Maryhill Museum of Art’s collaborative “Exquisite Gorge” art project.
James F. Miller Professor of Humanities and Professor of Philosophy Nicholas Smith’s book, Plato’s Socrates, was mentioned in an article in the April 15, 2019 edition of the New Yorker.
Emma Redfoot BA ’13 is featured in a High Country News article about the resurgence of nuclear energy, titled, “Is Nuclear Energy the Key to Saving the Planet?” (Dec. 10, 2018)
Clinical Professor of Law Erica Lyman was quoted in a syndicated Washington Post article titled, “Japan to leave International Whaling Commission, resume commercial hunting.” (Jan. 26, 2018)
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)
Portland Tribune/Pamplin Media Group profiled artist Mark Brody BA ’87 and his decades of working with local schools to create murals. (Jan. 24, 2019)
The Oregonian/OregonLive profiled Lewis & Clark’s newest Rhodes scholar, Katie Kowal BA ’17, in an article titled, “Curiosity is power: How a star Lewis & Clark student became a Rhodes scholar.”
Nov. 28, 2018.
Kim Stafford, associate professor, director of the Northwest Writing Institute, and Oregon Poet Laureate, is featured in an article in the East Oregonian newspaper titled, “Kim Stafford’s Road to Unity.”
Parvaneh Abbaspour and Mark Dahl (Watzek Library), “Data in the Disciplines: Developing a Network to provide Data Management and Data Information Literacy Services at Small College and University Libraries,” Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), Sparks Innovation Grant. (August 2018)
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)
Cort Dorn-Madeiros, assistant professor in the Graduate School of Education and Counseling’s counseling psychology program, was featured in a news story about Lewis & Clark’s gaming and screen disorder program. The news was covered by Oregon Public Broadcasting and syndicated by Jefferson Public Radio, among other outlets.
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Department Chair Jay Odenbaugh has been selected as a 2015-16 Fulbright Scholar. This award will allow Dr. Odenbaugh to serve as Visiting Research Chair in the Philosophy of Science at the University of Calgary in Canada during part of his sabbatical next year.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Lewis & Clark an additional $261,000 in support of Associate Professor of Biology Greta Binford’s project, “Comparative Venomes of Recluse Spiders and Kin: Treatments and Toxin Discovery.” Supported by the Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) program, this three-year multidisciplinary project will involve undergraduate students in cutting-edge bioinformatics-based research using proteomics and high throughput sequencing of transcriptomes.
Julio de Paula, Professor of Chemistry and Program Chair of Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, been named as a Cottrell Scholar by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. In the 20-year history of the Program, de Paula is one of only five Cottrell Scholars in Oregon.
Assistant Professor of Theatre Rebecca Lingafelter won a 2015 Drammy for “Outstanding Achievement in Solo Performance” for her work in Grounded (CoHo Productions).
The College of Arts & Sciences has received a grant in the amount of $300,000 from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation to design and implement curricular and co-curricular initiatives that support first-generation college students interested in the mathematical and natural sciences.
Assistant Professor of Biology Tamily Weissman has been awarded a $20,000 Life Sciences Renewal grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust.