To teach the Lewis & Clark community about its history of engagement with social justice, the Department of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement (IME) has created a tour that highlights events in the college’s past.
In a recent commentary for the Chronicle of Higher Education, Lewis & Clark President Barry Glassner and Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro take on the doomsayers and their pessimism regarding everything from student debt to the “return on investment” of education.
The stunning paintings of Rosemarie Beck, daughter of Hungarian Jewish immigrants and aunt of Lewis & Clark Professor of Music Nora Beck, will be displayed at Portland State University’s Lincoln Hall concurrently with her drawings at Helzer Art Gallery at Portland Community College, Rock Creek, and her embroideries at the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education.
In recognition of her outstanding commitment to educational equity, Charlene Williams—who is currently completing her doctorate work in educational leadership—was honored at the 2014 Equal Opportunity Awards Day Dinner.
The Washington Post recently highlighted the campaign’s focus on grassroots efforts, including those of Myles Creed B.A. ’11, an Alaska native who works out of a makeshift headquarters in his parents’ home.