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October 11th, 2017

  • Image preview 3:00pm - 4:00pm: The Quick Fix and the Long Arc: Improving Your Writing at L&C

    Writing is a crucial academic skill, but it is also an essential life skill, central to a purposeful and reflective life. Surviving the next paper sometimes leads students to lose sight of longer-term goals, but setting those goals is essential to developing into a mature and confident writer. This workshop will offer concrete advice to improve your fall E&D papers, but will also help you start thinking about how to develop better writing habits, respond to feedback from professors whose expectations can differ, and track the growth of your writing across the longer arc of a Lewis & Clark education. 

September 27th, 2017

  • Image preview 3:00pm - 4:00pm: Prewriting and Planning: How to Navigate the E&D Writing Process

    Strong E&D essays require savvy decisions about topics and time.  This workshop will demonstrate simple and smart techniques for using your time effectively as you draft, revise, and edit your writing for E&D and other classes. We will discuss strategies for interpreting assignments, developing arguments, and completing work with confidence. Bring your syllabus and an essay assignment to consider; we will practice prewriting and planning techniques that will help you to make the most of your college writing experience. 

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April 23rd, 2014

  • Image preview 5:00pm: Living and Learning Outside the Lines: Learning Disabilities

    The 3rd of 3 events to increase awareness on disabilities on campus. In this event Special Education Program Director at L&C Graduate School of Education, Dr. Alicia Roberts Frank will discuss the impacts of Learning Disabilities and LC student panel will share their experiences on living and learning with Learning Disabilities.

     



    For accommodation information contact rblumenthal@lclark.edu

April 16th, 2014

  • Image preview 5:00pm: Living and Learning Outside the Lines: ADD/ADHD

    The 2nd of 3 events to increase awareness on disabilities on campus. In this event Pacific University graduate students will discuss the impacts of ADD/ADHD and LC student panel will share their experiences on living and learning with ADD/ADHD

    Living and Learning Outside the Lines Series:
    All three events will be  at 5pm in the Library Classroom


    Wed 4/16 ADD//ADHD
    Wed 4/23 Learning Disabilities



    For each event there will be a professional speaker providing insight about that type of disability and a personal component where students will share their experiences.

    For accommodation information contact rblumenthal@lclark.edu

April 10th, 2014

  • Image preview 5:00pm: Living and Learning Outside the Lines: Mental Health Concerns
    The 1st of 3 events to increase awareness about disabilities on campus. In this event Pacific University psychological trainee Rachel Duda will discuss mental health concerns and LC students will share perspectives on living and learning with mental health concerns.


    Living and Learning Outside the Lines Series:
    All three events will be  at 5pm in the Library Classroom

    Thurs 4/10: Mental Health Concerns
    Wed 4/16 ADD//ADHD
    Wed 4/23 Learning Disabilities
    For each event there will be a professional speaker providing insight about that type of disability and a personal component where students will share their experiences.

    For accommodation information contact rblumenthal@lclark.edu


March 20th, 2014