What Your Gifts Do

Every gift benefits students and faculty and the communities they serve.

When you give to the graduate school, your investment pays dividends far beyond the here and now as our students take their education and experiences out into the world.

How far does your gift go?

Meet just some of our students, faculty, and alumni to see how your support is transforming lives throughout our region and the world.

Q&A: Art Therapy for Community Change

We spoke with art therapist and educator Leara, ATR-BC, MSAT about how community-based art therapy can help establish and revive connections within the places we live, and her upcoming September 25 workshop, Art Therapy for Community Change.

Professor Kim Stafford Chosen as Oregon’s Ninth Poet Laureate

Kim Stafford, associate professor and founding director of the Northwest Writing Institute, has been chosen to serve as Oregon’s ninth poet laureate, Governor Kate Brown JD ’85 announced this morning. Stafford will serve a two-year term as “an ambassador of poetry across the state.”

For the Love of Teaching: Dyan Watson Departs L&C After Ten Years of Social Justice Education

Associate Professor Dyan Watson is leaving Lewis & Clark after ten years to take on the role of director of inclusion at the Oregon Episcopal School on July 1.

Join us June 7 at 10 AM for the 2020 online commencement ceremony!

Learn more about how and when to view the ceremony, as well as how to submit and personalize your graduation slide. In-person celebrations will be planned as soon as possible.