Comings and Goings

An Important Announcement From President Wiewel: Preparing for Lewis & Clark’s Next Chapter

President Wiewel announced today that next academic year will be his last as president of L&C. “Serving in this role has been a great privilege and joy. The institution is well positioned for future success.”

Reflections From Retirees

Few people are as influential as a good teacher. At the close of the past academic year, Lewis & Clark bid farewell to five longtime faculty who have touched generations of students.

Lewis & Clark to Honor 67 Staff for Their Years of Service

In lieu of the annual recognition luncheon, Lewis & Clark employees who have reached service milestones will be honored virtually throughout the month of April. See the full list of honorees. 

Joe Becker, AVP for Public Affairs and Communications, Announces Plan to Leave Lewis & Clark

Joe Becker, associate vice president for Public Affairs and Communications, has announced that he will leave Lewis & Clark in early June.

New to the Board of Trustees

Lewis & Clark’s Board of Trustees recently welcomed four new members.

Ethan Snyder JD ’20 Serves as Law School’s Director of Academic Resources and Diversity

The law school welcomes Ethan Snyder JD ’20 to serve as the law school’s director of Academic Resources and Diversity. Snyder is a first-generation college student who graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Law and Legal Studies, and a Master’s degree in Public Policy. Snyder replaces J.B. Kim JD ’94 who left the law school in late 2020 to become the director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Oregon State Bar.

Sky Greig Named Interim Campus Safety Director

Steven “Sky” Greig has been named interim director of Campus Safety. Greig was named in the position after the retirement of John Harvey in December 2020.

Jessica Odom Leaves L&C After 20 Years

After 20 plus years, Information Security Officer Jessica Odom decided to venture on and move into the private sector. Her last day of working remotely was Friday, January 15.

The Center for Animal Law Studies Expands Its Team Fighting for Farmed Animals

The Center for Animal Law Studies welcomes Kathryn (Kate) Schultz as its first staff attorney for the Animal Law Litigation Clinic.