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  • September 10
    TransActive’s Jenn Burleton discusses why her upcoming workshop is essential for educators
  • August 5
    Class of 2018 graduate Katie Moshofsky was chosen by the Knowles Teacher Initiative as a member of its 2018 Cohort of Teaching Fellows. The Knowles Teacher Initiative supports a national network of mathematics and science teachers who are collaborative, innovative leaders improving education for all students in the United States.
  • August 3
    In 2004, alumna Vanessa Hughes made the life-altering transition from filmmaker to educator, enrolling at Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling and earning her MAT in 2005. Today you will find her still embracing her filmmaker roots, teaching Digital Media Arts and IB (International Baccalaureate) Theory of Knowledge at Cleveland High School in Portland, Oregon.
  • Todd Jones, a longtime history and government teacher at West Linn High, is shown setting up his ...
    June 6
    Todd Jones, MAT ’96, was named the regional teacher of the year honors from the Oregon Department of Education. This was the first year that Oregon named regional honors and all 13 of the regional winners are eligible for Oregon’s teacher of the year award in September.
  • Law Professor Samir Parikh
    May 1

    Three Lewis & Clark Law Professors Awarded Prestigious Fulbright Grants

  • April 10
    David Salerno Owens, School Counseling ’16, has recently been named the director of equity and strategic initiatives by the Lake Oswego School District.
  • March 19
    Third-year law students Cecilia Anguiano and Danielle Hennessey captured third place at the National ABA Client Counseling Competition on March 17 in Durham, NC. This is the second consecutive year that the law school has placed a team in the national finals, and last year’s team placed second in the nation.
  • March 13
    Araceli Cruz is an Assistant Director of Financial at Lewis & Clark College and soon to be a graduate of the Student Affairs Administration Program.
  • February 28

    Cristina Carter, MCFT ’15, recently returned home after an almost two-year experience in New Zealand. Carter’s decision to travel to NZ was inspired by the reflections about social justice and decolonizing practices that are a part of the Lewis & Clark Graduate School’s curriculum.

  • Dawn Montgomery
    February 7
    Dawn Montgomery, assistant professor in the department of educational leadership and director of the educational administration program, is the 2018 recipient of the Oregon Association of Latino Administrators’ (OALA) Tom Ruhl Ally award.
  • Cooper Rodgers, '19
    February 5
    Cooper Rodgers, ’19, is the inaugural Wyss Scholar at the law school. In early fall of last year, the Wyss Foundation selected Lewis & Clark and its Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law program as one of the first law schools to be included in the Wyss Scholars Program.
  • Vyshika Willis, MCFT '19
    February 2
    MCFT student Vyshike Willis is the recipient of the prestigious Now Is The Time: Minority Fellowship Program - Youth (NITT-MFP-Y).
  • January 29
    Third-year Lewis & Clark Law student Rebecca Pollack won the Grammy Foundation’s Entertainment Law Initiative (ELI) 20th annual writing competition.
  • Patricia McGuire ’95
    November 8
    Congratulations to Lewis & Clark alum, Patricia McGuire ’95 on her appointment to the Multnomah County Circuit Court bench.  Governor Kate Brown’s announcement  of the appointment noted that she will be assigned to the court’s Family Department.
  • November 8
    Professor Bob Klonoff Completes Service to Federal Civil Rules Advisory Committee
  • November 6
    Abby Rotwein and Elissa Dingus, MAT ’12 and MAT ’11, have been named the 2017 Oregon Social Studies Elementary Teachers of the Year
  • Lana Kim, PhD, LMFT
    October 4

    Lana Kim, PhD, LMFT, will be hosting a full-day workshop on November 11th, titled, A Systemic & Contextual Approach to Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology for Mental Health and School Professionals, which will provide an introduction to the topic for educators, counselors, and other professionals who work with children.

  • September 25
    Natasha Digges, a current student in the in Elementary Education program, has just been named the Oregon School Personnel Association 2017 Scholarship recipient.
  • August 31
  • August 11
    Kayla Stolte, MAT ’11, and her Tech Geometry class from Benson High School played a key part in Right 2 Dream Too’s recent transition to a new location.
  • August 11
    Dr. Daymond Glenn is the Assistant Director of the Teaching Excellence Program and Visiting Assistant Professor.
  • August 2
    MAT alumnus Scott Crispin, ’98, receives prestigious Department of Education fellowship.
  • June 14
    This experiential workshop is designed to help practitioners uncover the potential wisdom that lucid and asleep dreaming may possess for their personal and professional development, as well as that of their clients.
  • Rick Berman, MA, LPC, CADC III, CGAC I
    April 3
    Berman, faculty instructor and coordinator of Problem Gambling Services at Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling, has been employing the treatment method, Seeking Safety, for over 15 years in his practice.
  • March 30
    Pearson is currently a mobile crisis counselor at Project Respond; a relief counselor at Men’s Residential Center; and one of the co-founders of Agate Psychotherapy.
  • March 16
    March 23: Professor to host community lecture on navigating adolescence
  • Carmen Knudsen-Martin
    March 8
    Counseling Psychology professor Carmen Knudson-Martin has received the 2017 Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy Theory and Practice award. 
  • Patricia Hasbach, PhD, LPC
    February 23
    A growing body of evidence demonstrates that direct exposure to nature is good for our psychological, emotional, and physical health.
  • February 8
    Looking At Temperament: Evidence-Based Treatments for Disorders of Over and Under Control
  • Self-portraits as archetypes from Kelsey Lemon's Grant High School students.
    January 31
    Through February 17, original artwork created by local students under the guidance of graduate school MAT candidates will be showcased at Watzek library in the display case outside of room 343.
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