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Leadership and Support

leadership, Winter-2017

Putting a CGA to Work for You

What if, in exchange for making a gift to Lewis & Clark, you could receive a stream of fixed payments for life; secure a charitable deduction for your income taxes; and benefit students and professors in lasting ways that mean the most to you?
leadership, Winter-2017
Vance Savage, Professor Emeritus of Spanish

The Legacy of Vance’s Way

The double value of charitable gift annuities
leadership, Winter-2017
Assistant Professor Kundai Chirindo, Lorry Lokey, Associate Professor Pauls Toutonghi, and Associate Professor Greta Binford.

Lokey Faculty Excellence Awards

The Lorry Lokey Faculty Excellence Awards help sustain Lewis & Clark’s commitment to recruiting, retaining, and rewarding outstanding faculty.

Alumni News

In Memoriam

In Memoriam, Winter-2017

Tragic Crash Claims Physics Professor

Shannon O’Leary, 39, assistant professor of physics, and her husband, Adam Clausen, 37, died in a car collision on December 26, 2016.


  • Washington, D.C.

    Washington, D.C.

    On November 15, Lewis & Clark hosted an alumni networking social in Washington, D.C. The event provided an opportunity for attendees to meet current students who were participating in the college’s off-campus study program in the capital and network with area alumni. Photos by Drake Sorey
  • Celebrating Pioneer Spirit

    Celebrating Pioneer Spirit

    More than 1,400 people traveled from near and far to be at Lewis & Clark’s Homecoming and Family Weekend in October. We cheered on Pioneer football and volleyball; dined on clam chowder at the tailgate; watched Associate Professor Bryan Sebok’s award-winning documentary, Food Truck: The Movie; and recognized the legacies of Professors Peter Christenson and Herschel Snodgrass for their combined 61 years on Palatine Hill. In addition, current faculty spoke at Pioneer College sessions; we celebrated the new Athletics Hall of Fame inductees; and we welcomed three new members to the Board of Alumni.