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  • June 1
    Lewis & Clark has been rated the second-most-beautiful college campus in the country. Schedule a visit to talk to admission staff and meet with faculty to discuss your program.
  • January 30
    Our faculty are expert scholars and advocates for social justice. Read about their work.
  • December 15
    Look back at the top 10 stories of the year at the graduate school.
  • December 11
    Lewis & Clark earns presidential honor for service to the community
  • Students in the Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy program in Uganda in 2014. From left to right...
    November 7
    Graduate students launch a nonprofit to support a counselor training center in Uganda.
  • October 23
    In 2014, the Graduate School of Education and Counseling celebrates 30 years of preparing teachers and counselors for lives of service.
  • Since 2008, Se-ah-dom Edmo has coordinated Lewis & Clark’s Indigenous Ways of Knowing program.
    September 12
    Se-ah-dom Edmo works with Tribal leaders to address critical issues and strengthen sovereignty.
  • September 11
    In 2014, the graduate school celebrated 30 years of impact. Here are seven things you may not have known about us.
  • August 4
    Alicia Roberts Frank helps improve Oregon’s special education programs.
  • August 1
    Last year our students spent more than 220,000 hours serving Portland-area schools and mental health agencies. Read about their impact.
  • June 2
    Watch the commencement ceremony, featuring poet and longtime Lewis & Clark professor Kim Stafford.
  • June 1
    Lewis & Clark launches a new master’s degree program to prepare the next generation of college leaders.
  • June 1
    A professor travels to Australia to gather lessons about educating for sustainability
  • June 1
    In 2014, the Graduate School celebrates its 30-year history of working in the community
  • May 27
    Growing up, Don Grotting Ed. Ad. ’00 lived in a house with no indoor plumbing. Now he’s the best school leader in the state.
  • May 8
    Jessica Polledri uses her knowledge of gardening to grow into a school counselor
  • April 7
    Students in our doctor of education leadership program are changing schools from the inside out. Meet some of them.
  • March 5
    Introducing a new master’s program for current or aspiring higher education professionals.
  • January 27
    New Common Core State Standards bring greater coherence to K-12 mathematics—but how are teachers adapting?
  • David Valenzuela, MAT '14, is preparing to become a high school science teacher.
    January 23
    David Valenzuela brings creative writing, Spanish, and brain anatomy into a high school biology lab.
  • January 1
    The Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program adds a new international track
  • December 19
    We are currently accepting applications for all graduate programs in teaching, counseling, and student affairs.
  • November 6
    In 2013 we were pleased to welcome five outstanding new faculty members in many graduate programs.
  • The ROOTed Recovery team with professor of Counseling Psychology Carol Doyle (left).
    November 4
    A start-up provides cutting-edge eating disorder treatments.
  • July 8
    Science inquiry and wilderness experiences meet in the Columbia Gorge.
  • June 4
    Karen Perez helps Latino families envision a future that includes college.
  • May 24
    Lewis & Clark’s Community Counseling Center provides high-quality, affordable counseling to the Portland community.
  • April 30
    A Fulbright-winning professor explores nonfiction in Mexico
  • February 5
    Lewis & Clark graduate school faculty, students, and alumni are playing key roles in envisioning greater equity in Oregon’s schools.
  • January 30
    A professor’s research shows some students equate achievement and success with cheating.
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