Teaching and Scholarship

Teaching Support

Educational Technology

The Educational Technology group works with faculty, staff and students to show them how technology can be applied to their current activities so that they are better able to perform their job duties and/or pursue their academic and research activities. A major goal of this group is to help our faculty and students become self-sufficient with the technology that they need to use. Further, the Educational Technology team works closely with faculty to help them utilize instructional technology in ways that can augment traditional teaching methods.

Angelina Almukhametova, Educational Technologist, is the point of contact for the graduate school. Angelina can be reached at angelinaa@lclark.edu or 530-768-6195.

Office of Student Accessibility (OSA)

The Office of Student Accessibility provides a wide range of services, support and advocacy for students with a variety of disabilities and learning differences. Students should schedule a consultation with the office if they are interested in arranging special accommodations. They will be required to submit documentation and paperwork requesting accommodations.

Visit the OSA webpage

Sponsored Projects and Research Compliance Office (SPARC)

SPARC supports faculty and staff in the preparation of proposals and grant applications— whether the award will be made to an individual (such as a fellowship) or to the institution. SPARC provides technical assistance with the following:

  • Research and scholarship consultations
  • Identifying funding opportunities
  • Proposal planning and development
  • Budget development
  • Application review and editing
  • Internal review process
  • Ensuring the submission of compliant proposals

Please contact SPARC in the beginning stages of planning. The earlier you involve us, the more services and assistance we will be able to provide.

Visit the SPARC webpage

Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR)

The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) manages Lewis & Clark’s relationships with corporate and foundation donors, ensures proper and strategic submission of grant proposals in accordance with institutional priorities, and stewards grants and gifts.

With our partners at CAS’ Sponsored Research and the Law School’s External Relations, we work with the faculty, staff and students of all three schools at Lewis & Clark to develop, submit and manage grant proposals and funding. CFR primarily focuses on general projects for CAS, as well as all grant opportunities for GSEC. CAS faculty looking for research funding, especially federal opportunities including NIH and NSF, can work with our colleagues at the Sponsored Projects and Research Compliance Office.

Visit the CFR webpage