Graduate School of Education and Counseling

Kelsey Scully, MAT ’20, Receives Prestigious Teaching Fellowship

“I’m looking forward to collaborating with equity-minded teachers across the country who are also ready to make big changes in their teaching.”

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.

Instructor Q&A: Dis/ability Studies in Education

We spoke with instructor Denise Herrenbruck about the Disability Studies discipline and how it’s imperative to equity in the classroom. Denise’s upcoming online course, Dis/ability Studies and Universal Design: Confronting Ableism, Stigma and Privilege in Education, begins October 11, 2021.

Two PMHC Students Receive NBCC Fellowships

Congratulations to Claire Tam, PMHC ’22, and Tiran (Boyce) Sahar, PMHC-A ’22!

MAT Alumna Cheyenne Montgomery Discusses Threats from Parents Over Masks, Equity Policies

From OPB: Educators in the Camas School District and throughout SW Washington fear for their personal safety

New! Part-Time MAT Elementary Cohort for School Employees

Designed for classified district employees who hold a bachelor’s degree, this district-affiliated, part-time cohort expands access to Lewis & Clark’s Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program.

Celebrate Commencement June 6, 2021

Join us online at 10 AM June 6 for the Graduate School’s commencement ceremony!

View Art Therapy’s 2021 Capstone Galleries

Browse the online galleries from art therapy’s graduating class of 2021.

Picture a Scientist: A Film Screening and Discussion

Join us for a virtual screening of the film, Picture a Scientist, followed by a panel discussing featuring local women in science. The film will be available for viewing Saturday, April 10 at 12 noon through Tuesday, April 13 at 12 noon. The panel discussion will take place April 13 from 4 - 5 pm.

Assistant Professor Nathaniel Brown Discusses Shortcomings of Oregon’s Mental Health System with OPB

“Oregon is predominantly white as a state, and you can’t run from that. You can look and see the number of providers that are located in the state of Oregon. And when you look at it, you can see who’s in the majority, who’s not in the majority.”

Linda Christensen, OWP Director, Receives Prestigious Education Award

“I can’t think of any teacher in America who has had such a wide and positive influence on the teaching of English to under-served students in American secondary schools.” - Sheridan Blau, Teachers College at Columbia University

SAA Candidates Explore Deficit Thinking in NASPA Presentation

Ariadne (Addie) Cheng ’22 and Michael Paz ’21 have been selected to present their research, “Where they ought to be: Tools for combating deficit thinking with minoritized students.”

Assistant Professor Joslyn Armstrong Offers Career Advice for Recent Graduates

Armstrong discusses what she believes recent graduates in mental health fields will need to know in order to find success, why the demand for mental health services is on the rise, and how technology and teletherapy will continue to play a significant role in the field.

Online Learning Still Produces Great Teachers: A Q&A with the MAT Program Directors

Our program is organized around principles of effective teaching that transcend any particular delivery method; the foundational skills that teachers need are the same whether they are teaching online or in person.

Professor Kimberly Campbell Receives 2020 NCTE Affiliate Journal of Excellence Award

This award, established in 1995, honors outstanding affiliate journals and their editors who demonstrate excellence in these publications.