What will college look like in 2025? Dozens of college presidents and other higher education leaders from around the country descended on Lewis & Clark on April 10 for a candid exploration of that big question.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities Marianna Ritchey B.A. ’99 recently collaborated with Katy Davidson B.A. ’99 to write a theme song for Rookie magazine that captures the publication’s mission of empowering teenage girls. The result is “Go Forth, Feminist Warriors,” a triumphant anthem that includes the talents of more than a dozen musicians.
On January 29, 2014, journalist, renowned national correspondent, news anchor, and activist Charlayne Hunter-Gault joined the Lewis & Clark College community as the 2014 Chamberlin Lecturer to discuss her personal and professional journey as a social justice advocate over the last five decades.
In December 2013, Ivy Katz MA ‘13 and Kirk Shepard MA ‘13 became Lewis & Clark’s first two ecopsychology certificate graduates, available to help Portlanders connect the health of the natural world and the health of the mind.
Assistant professor of educational administration Sue Feldman has received the E. Roberts Stephens Award for “outstanding academic accomplishments and contributions to education.” The award was granted for research studying the implementation of data coaching across education service districts in Washington State.
Subject matter for science fiction literature is boundless, and so too are the languages in which it is published. A new literary journal, Alambique, explores scholarly research and criticism in the fields of science fiction and fantasy, all originally composed in Spanish or Portuguese.
Like most Lewis & Clark students, Claire Cummings B.A. ’11 became familiar with Bon Appétit through on-campus dining. Now as Bon Appétit Management Company’s newly appointed waste sustainability specialist, Cummings has the opportunity to be a pioneer in the food service industry.