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Templeton Way is Back, Back Baby!

Yo, LC…let’s kick it…Back, back baby…Back, back baby. Alright stop, collaborate and listen. Templeton Way is back with a brand new addition!

Heyke Kirkendall-Baker to Leave Lewis & Clark

Associate Vice President for Human Resources Heyke Kirkendall-Baker plans to retire from Lewis & Clark in January 2023.

19th Annual Ray Warren Symposium Explores the Art of Storytelling

The Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies, held November 9–11, will examine the role of storytelling as a means of preserving history and passing down cultural traditions.

Indigenous Peoples’ Heritage Month Stories

November is Indigenous Peoples’ Heritage Month, so we asked five L&C community members to share their stories and what this month means to them.

L&C Board of Trustees October Meeting Highlights

The Board of Trustees held its annual fall meeting on campus on October 19 and 20, immediately prior to the inauguration of President Robin Holmes-Sullivan.

Day of ChamPIOns is on October 12!

Join the 24-hour event celebrating Pioneer Athletics. Help make a difference for your favorite L&C team or the Pioneer Athletics Club! Visit to give.

Your Input is Needed by Oct. 31: TriMet Considers Eliminating Routes 38 and 39

Please take a moment to voice your opinion on the proposal to eliminate bus service to Lewis & Clark.

Transitions in the Advancement Office

The Advancement Office was busy over the summer with numerous staff transitions. See the new faces, new titles, and a few farewells.

Finance Division First Quarter Update

Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations Andrea Dooley provides an update including parking improvements, capital projects, and employee hires, promotions, and departures.

RSVP Now: The Countdown is on for Inauguration!

Please RSVP for the must-see installation ceremony and world-class fun reception on October 21, 222. Most college offices will close at 3 p.m. to enable staff to attend the festivities.

What Do You Want? ONE L&C Wants to Know!

This survey takes about five minutes to complete. Please respond by Friday, September 30.

A CAS-GSEC Partnership Receives $105,000 for STEM Teacher Development

The NSF funding will provide professional development in conservation-centered data science pedagogy for 6th–12th grade STEM teachers in Portland, Oregon and CAS undergraduates interested in STEM teaching careers.