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President's Letter

President's Letter, Spring-2011

Making Science Talk

When the highest-rated science series on television features two of our professors in a three-week period, millions take notice. I hope you took the opportunity this spring to watch Kellar Autumn and Greta Binford on separate episodes of NOVA.

On Palatine Hill

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    Warren Multicultural Symposium

    Signature Symposia Enliven Campus

    Warren Multicultural Symposium, Gender Studies Symposium, and International Affairs Symposium.
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    Chronicle Wins Gold, Sports New Online Look

    We’re pleased to report that the Lewis & Clark Chronicle earned a Gold Award in the 2011 regional communications competition sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
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    Kristina Williams CAS '13

    Pio Sports

    Basketball and Swimming updates.
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    Encouraging Teachers of Color

    Lewis & Clark’s Teacher Education Program has been selected as a partner for the Woodrow Wilson–Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color, in recognition of our program’s “bold, innovative approaches that can prepare teachers for a time in which the nation’s K-12 schools are undergoing dramatic changes.” The fellowship seeks to help recruit, support, and retain individuals of color as public school teachers in the United States.
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    New Board Chair

    James Richardson BS ’70, JD ’76 has been named the new chair of the Board of Trustees of Lewis & Clark College. Richardson replaces Ronald Ragen, whose three-year term ended this spring.
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    Peace Corps A Top Choice for L&C Grads

    Lewis & Clark is a top provider of Peace Corps volunteers. This year, the college tied for third in the Peace Corps’ annual ranking, jumping nine spots from 2010.
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    Members of the PEAS community learn to cook locally harvested food at Tryon Life Community Farm.

    Environmental Action Floor in Full Bloom

    Plastic buckets of excess cafeteria food line the foyer awaiting composting; oyster mushrooms grow in the basement for fertilizer; and a vegetable garden, formerly a volleyball pit, blooms nearby. All of these efforts reflect the work of the PEAS floor, located in the Juniper Residence Hall in the Forest Complex. PEAS stands for Pioneers in Environmental Action and Service—it’s one of several themed housing options offered by the undergraduate college.

Alumni News


In Memoriam

In Memoriam, Spring-2011

In Memoriam

Honoring alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who have recently passed.