Jeanne Lilly

Jeanne Lilly to Leave Lewis & Clark

Jeanne Lilly, PhD will be leaving Lewis and Clark after this term. She has served as a psychologist at the Counseling Service since 2008 and as the Spiritual and Contemplative Life Coordinator at the Office of Spiritual Life since 2012. 

Meet the Candidates for Vice President of Student Life: April 29, May 2 & 9

A series of in-person open forums to meet the three candidates for Vice President of Student Life.
Director of Conferences and Events Sherron Stonecypher celebrated 20 years of service.

Lewis & Clark Honors 109 Staff for Their Years of Service

Lewis & Clark employees who reached service milestones in both 2020 and 2021 gathered at a luncheon on campus last week to celebrate. Watch the photo slideshow and see the full list of honorees. 
John Kroger, lawyer, scholar, and leader, returns to Lewis & Clark for Spring 2022.

Distinguished Jurisprudence Scholar Returns to Lewis & Clark Law School

Visiting Professor John Kroger offers rare insight to students.

Get to Know Director of Campus Living Ben Meoz

Director of Campus Living Ben Meoz joined the Lewis & Clark community last summer. In the following Q&A, Meoz talks about the best parts of his job, why he prefers Portland over Seattle, and why this is an exciting time to be here.
Head Football Coach Jay Locey

Head Football Coach Jay Locey Retires

Following the Pios most successful seasons in a decade, Locey retires from coaching.

Comings and Goings: 2021 Showed Record Numbers of Incoming and Outgoing Employees

Over the past six months, 155 employees either started in a new position, transitioned to a new role, or said farewell. See the full list. 

Get to Know Director of Emergency Management Bill Curtis

Director of Emergency Management Bill Curtis joined the Lewis & Clark community in September 2021. Get to know Bill Curtis in the following Q&A. 

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.

Reaching the Retirement Milestone

It’s the people of Lewis & Clark who make it a community like no other. At the close of the past academic year, Lewis & Clark bid farewell to five longtime faculty and staff who have touched generations of students.
Professor Charlie Martel

Professor Charlie Martel Joins Lewis & Clark Lawyering Faculty

Professor Charlie Martel joins the faculty as assistant professor of lawyering for the fall 2022, bringing a rich background in the law and human rights.
Professor Michele Okoh

Professor Michele Okoh Joins Lewis & Clark Law Faculty

Professor Michele Okoh, with experience as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney, will be teaching criminal law in the fall. Her scholarly research examines the intersection of criminal justice, environmental justice and public health.

Professor Tabrez Ebrahim

Professor Joins Lewis & Clark Law School and its Center for Business Law and Innovation

Experienced in law and technology, patent law, business law, and property, Professor Tabrez Ebrahim is a welcome addition to the Lewis & Clark faculty.

Associate dean of Equity and Inclusion and Title IX coordinator Casey Bieberch

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.
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Finance Division Q2 Update

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

Orlick Named AVP for Institutional Research and Planning

Renée Orlick, currently director of institutional research, will move into the role of assistant vice president for the Office of Institutional Research and Planning beginning December 1.

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.

Introducing Adjunct Professor Sarah Thomsen Vierra

The History Department is excited to welcome Adjunct Professor Sarah Thomsen Vierra to teach with our department this Spring.
Welcome new staff and faculty!

Welcome New Graduate School Staff and Faculty!

The graduate school welcomed four new staff members and six new faculty members this fall.

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. 

Candidates for Associate Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications, Fall 2021

Campus forums (via Zoom) for the finalists will be held on October 6, 7, and 11. Please RSVP. 

Lewis & Clark Welcomes Interim AVP of Public Relations Lois Davis

Last month, PubCom welcomed Interim AVP of Public Relations Lois Davis. Get to know Lois in the following Q&A.
Director of Public Relations Roy Kaufmann?s last day at Lewis & Clark is September 2.

Update from Public Affairs and Communications

This week, the Office of Public Affairs and Communications (PubCom) is welcoming two employees and saying a fond farewell to two others. 
Bookstore Manager Brian Kroll

New Bookstore Manager Brian Kroll

New manager brings over a quarter century of campus bookstore experience to Lewis & Clark.
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