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Events

October 13th, 2020

  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm: Art for Social Change Weekly Meeting
    The Art for Social Change committee meets weekly to discuss ways and means of creating and supporting anti-racist and social justice events on our campus and beyond using art for healing.

October 23rd, 2020

November 6th, 2020

Galleries

  • Homepage Gallery
    Our students enjoying the Spring Carnival 2019
  • International Fair 2018

    Music, dance, food, and fun greeted attendees of the 53rd annual International Fair. Presented by the International Students of Lewis & Clark, the event is designed to celebrate the many cultures and nationalities represented at the college. This year’s fair, titled Beyond the Wall: Breaking Down Cultural Stereotypes, offered expanded programming, including documentary film screenings and a world language poetry night.

    Photos by Nina Johnson

News

  • September 24
    Students need your help now more than ever before. Your gift today provides new technology, tools to support campus health and safety, and increased scholarship support for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or person of color) students. You can have an immediate impact on the people in our community who need your help.

    Give today at go.lclark.edu/support or click here.
  • Students walking to class in the fall.
    April 9
    Join us for Pioneer Preview Week, our virtual open house from October 12-16. Register for one event or multiple events throughout the week!
  • View of the Manor House and reflecting pool on a fall afternoon.
    March 12
    We know that in-person education is what we do best and provides the greatest benefit to our students. Lewis & Clark is committed to fulfilling its educational mission while keeping the community safe.
  • July 30

    We caught up with seven Lewis & Clark graduates to learn how they are helping those in need during the pandemic.

  • Graduate campus
    August 28
    The Graduate School will offer a robust schedule of classes conducted in a variety of modalities: in person, hybrid, and online.
  • The sun sets on Lewis & Clark.
    December 17
    Check out some of our top stories of the past 12 months.
  • Our dedicated faculty are exceptional educators and scholarly leaders
    January 29
    Read about our faculty in the news.
  • March 19
    Our overseas and off-campus programs are among the best in the nation.
  • August 18
    Anber received a three-year, $135,000 National Science Foundation grant for his proposed project, “RUI: Higher-form ‘t Hooft Anomalies, Information Theory, and Continuity in Gauge Theories.”
  • Unique programs, such as newly adopted art therapy, create a dynamic educational community
    January 29
    Art Therapy is currently accepting applications for 2020/21.
  • September 24
    Students need your help now more than ever before. Your gift today provides new technology, tools to support campus health and safety, and increased scholarship support for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or person of color) students. You can have an immediate impact on the people in our community who need your help.

    Give today at go.lclark.edu/support or click here.
  • September 10
    A new merit scholarship being offered aims to encourage Oregon high school students to study entrepreneurship as part of their liberal arts experience. Scholarships will be available to selected students who apply to begin school in the fall of 2020.
  • June 30
    To celebrate over 40 years of teaching, alumni, faculty, and friends endow a professorship in Ed Brunet’s name.
  • June 2
    Jim Oleske is the 2014 recipient of the the Leo Levenson Teaching Excellence Award.  The graduating law class chooses the winner from all full time professors at Lewis & Clark Law School.
  • September 24
    Leadership giving provides all students support by funding scholarships, supporting superb faculty, and giving access to flexible academic programming during these turbulent pandemic times. Now more than ever before, students are relying on you as they pursue their journey to become tomorrow’s critical thinkers, entrepreneurs, and global leaders.

    Give today at go.lclark.edu/leadership or click here.
  • May 26
    Looking for inclusive children’s books? Check out the graduate school’s new blog.
  • May 26
    Students in the law school’s new Animal Law Litigation Clinic face off against industry and government to prevent animal suffering and protect the food supply.
  • Left: Zach Rose BA ’18 and John Kray BA ’17
    May 26
    L&C physics alumni cofound a growing 3D printer start-up.
  • May 19
  • graphic art logo design of a diamond with the letters GEM. next to the diamond is the word STEM. ...
    May 1
    Gender Minorities in STEM is the recipient of this year’s Outstanding Student Organization Award.
  • March 17
    During this time of uncertainty, students need assistance with a variety of moving, travel and technology expenses and they need you. Donate to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emergency Response Fund to provide support for current students and help with the College’s unexpected costs in this unprecedented circumstance. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and create a positive impact that is crucial in this challenging time.
  • February 28
    The Research Corporation for Science Advancement presents STAR Award to Professor of Chemistry Julio de Paula.
  • The picturesque campus is a mere 7 miles from the vibrant, metropolitan downtown
    January 29
    Enjoy food carts, entertainment, and the energy of the city.
  • December 2

    Paul Casey, a longtime supporter of Lewis &  Clark Law School, has made it possible for dozens of students to attend law school.

  • December 2
    While a majority of Lewis & Clark Law School graduates become practicing attorneys, some notable alumni have used the rigorous skills they gained in law school to branch off in other directions. These six alumni remind us that the Lewis & Clark community includes people of many different callings.
  • December 2
    January 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of Lewis  &  Clark Law School’s Public Interest Law Project (PILP), a student-run organization that rewards and promotes the service of developing public interest attorneys.
  • Kray (L) and Rose (R) at the grand opening party of Hydra’s offices at General Industry.
    December 2

    After building a 3D printer for a class during his senior year, John Kray BA ’17 enlisted the help of Zach Rose BA ’18 to build and sell innovative desktop 3D printers. Their most recent model is so easy to use that Lewis & Clark purchased one for the physics lab.

  • November 26
    Remember that professor or staff member who was so helpful to you in a moment of need? Or perhaps, someone who pushed you farther than you thought possible? We’ve used the fabulous caricatures by Professor Emeritus Ron Lansing to help your search.
  • Iris Riedel BA ’19, Tammy Jo Wilson, visual arts and technology program manager, and Matt J...
    November 1
    L&C artists, in collaboration with community partners, create a giant print that tells the stories of the Columbia River and its people.
  • November 1
    What happens when a correctional facility functions as a classroom? Lewis & Clark history students find out firsthand.
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