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Transitions in the Office of Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources has been busy with numerous staff transitions. See the new faces, new titles, and a few farewells.


Lewis & Clark’s employee engagement committee ONE L&C hosts a campus-wide BINGO game throughout this semester. Join the fun for a chance to win gift cards ranging from $20 – $200. 

Lush Holiday Wishes from L&C

Wishing you joy and peace during this evergreen holiday season and throughout the new year!

Student Center Renovation Begins Dec. 16, Continues Through Dec. 2022

We are focused on completing several tasks before December 16, and ask that you please be aware of the following significant and ongoing changes during the active construction phase. We will provide updates and information to you on a regular basis throughout the project.

Bieberich Appointed Interim Dean of Diversity and Inclusion, Cale Hired as New Program Manager of OEI

Title IX Coordinator Casey Bieberich has been promoted to Interim Dean of Equity and Inclusion effective December 1. Bieberich will be assisted in her new role by Jaime Cale, who was recently hired as program manager for the Office of Equity and Inclusion.

President’s Open Office Hours

Appointments are available in 20 minute intervals on Monday, November 29, from noon until 3 p.m. Your meeting can either be in-person or a zoom meeting to accommodate your preference.

Building Humanities Collections for the Community

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Lewis & Clark $331,000 in American Rescue Plan funds for Building Humanities Collections for the Community. These funds will help rebuild and reinvigorate Watzek Library’s Special Collections program, which was interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Presidential Search Finalists on Campus Nov. 29 – Dec. 7

Finalists will visit campus November 29–December 7. Please provide your feedback by Wednesday, December 8. Input from the campus community is important to help select the best candidate to serve as the next president of Lewis & Clark.

Finance Division Q2 Newsletter

Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations Andrea Dooley provides an update including new employees, financial planning, and the Templeton renovation. 

Kim Promoted to AVP, Davis Named Senior Advisor to the President, and PubCom Renamed

Lewis & Clark’s Office of Public Affairs and Communications—known by many as PubCom—has been reorganized and rebranded as the Office of Communications. It will be led by Stacey Kim BA ’94, who has been promoted to the new role of associate vice president for communications. Lois Davis has been appointed to the new role of senior advisor to the president for communications.

Annual Ray Warren Symposium Explores Joy and Justice

The annual Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies engages attendees in conversations about race, ethnicity, and identity. This year’s event focuses on the theme of Joy & Justice. The symposium runs from November 10 to November 12.

Highlights of the October Board of Trustees Meeting

During its meeting on October 28 and 29, the Board of Trustees approved a new masters degree program at the law school; approved tuition, room, and board for the College of Arts and Sciences; and approved the creation of a student investment fund, among other items of business.

Exploring for the Global Good

In its first major fundraising campaign in a generation, Lewis & Clark focuses on its people, places, and programs. 

Mark Figueroa to Leave Lewis & Clark

Dean of Equity and Inclusion and Associate Vice President for Institutional Research and Planning Mark Figueroa will leave Lewis & Clark in December.