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Lewis & Clark’s alumni magazine is published three times a year for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Lewis & Clark.
A Lewis & Clark alum chimes in on the topic of school funding in Washington State.
Along with 50 residents, students, and educators from the Portland Metro Area, multiple Lewis & Clark graduate school alumni attended talks about the racial divide in Oregon.
School counselor, teacher, and administrator-turned-children’s author Stephanie Shaw (M.A. in Counseling Psychology, School Counseling ‘86) has just released her first children’s book for very young readers, Bedtime in the Meadow.
A group of counseling psychology alumni won a venture competition to create a start-up that provides cutting-edge eating disorder treatments.
An alumnus of the Lewis & Clark educational administration program, Don Grotting, has been named Oregon’s 2014 Superintendent of the Year.