The Source: News for Faculty and Staff
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations Andrea Dooley welcomes several new employees and provides an update on capital projects, sustainability, and IT initiatives.
Please take a moment to review Lewis & Clark’s updated policy for identification cards.
Monday, October 9 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day! How will you engage with the community and reflect?
Points of Pride
The Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement (IME) and Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) are excited to introduce a new initiative titled: “Faculty/Staff: Inclusive Practice Strategies.” Each month in the semester, our offices will jointly host an opportunity to talk about any challenging situations that may have occurred in the classroom, in your office, during an event, with a student, or a peer.
All current CAS students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend our community meetings this semester to plan the 43rd annual Gender Studies Symposium, scheduled for March 2024.
We invite submissions for panel discussions, individual papers, interactive workshops, and artistic productions, especially those focused on gender and sexuality in relation to digital technologies.
Please review the Call for Proposals for complete guidelines.
A Center for Community and Global Health Colloquium
The Center for Community and Global Health in collaboration with community partner Write Around Portland, is offering writing workshops to First Year students at Lewis & Clark.
The two-hour workshop is an interactive, fun and nourishing way to fulfill a Words or Numbers colloquium requirement and build your community on campus. This event is open to all First Year students.
All you need to bring is yourself. Workshops are great for new and experienced writers. There will be snacks!
Interested? We’d love to have you! The event is open to all First Year students and space is limited.
All current CAS students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend our community meetings this semester to plan the 20th annual Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies, scheduled for November 8-10, 2023. Planning meetings will take place on Sept. 27, Oct. 11 and 25, and Nov. 1 from 4:30-5:30 in Miller 414.
We are also accepting submissions for this year’s symposium art exhibit. Affiliation with Lewis & Clark is not necessary for participation in the art exhibit. Please review the Call for Art for complete guidelines.
Please join us for the 23rd annual Sherrer Lecture in Library Service, Un-Librarying: Artificial Intelligence, Learning, and Student Success Today. Dr. Raymond Pun from the Alder Graduate School of Education will present this hybrid event, and a reception will follow the lecture on campus.