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President Barry Glassner has announced the winners of the President’s Scholarship for Student Engagement: Lewis & Clark sophomore and RHMS major Ajna Weaver.
“In a brief amount of time at Lewis & Clark, these students have built an impressive set of accomplishments,” said President Glassner. “Moreover, their intense academic engagement takes full advantage of and spans the liberal arts curriculum. They set a great example.”
Launched in 2012, the student engagement scholarship provides $5,000 to students with sophomore standing for use in their junior year. It is renewable for the senior year based on continued excellence.
A committee made up of faculty emeriti reviewed the applications and advised President Glassner in selecting the awardees this year. The committee members were Nicole Aas-Rouxparis, French; Arleigh Dodson, chemistry; and Steven Hunt, communication.
The scholarship honors students for exemplary engagement with the liberal arts inside and outside the classroom. The award is meant to recognize students who are especially vigorous in their engagement with the full liberal arts experience and to encourage them in their continued devotion to that endeavor.
2015 has gotten off to a fast start for Lewis & Clark forensics, as both the debate and individual events teams have had significant successes to open the spring semester.
The Washington Post recently highlighted the campaign’s focus on grassroots efforts, including those of Myles Creed B.A. ’11, an Alaska native who works out of a makeshift headquarters in his parents’ home.
Danial Afzal B.A. ’12 puts his rhetoric and media studies degree to good use covering international sporting events for Pakistani television.
For a second year, Lewis & Clark students are among a select group of interns at the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.
Hunter Franks ’08 just made the “Good 100” list by Good Magazine for his creation of the San Francisco Postcard Project.
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new web site, profiling student-faculty research and creative activities at the College of Arts & Sciences. In addition to fostering awareness of these activities, we hope the projects on this site will spark the interests of students and encourage them to pursue the many opportunities available for student research at Lewis & Clark.
The Pamplin Society of Fellows is now accepting nominations for Teacher of the Year
Alia Al-Hatlani ’14 and Sofia Alicastro ’14 are working alongside Assistant Professor of Rhetoric & Media Studies Bryan Sebok on his documentary, Cartlandia. The feature-length documentary explores the phenomenon of food carts in Portland and the cultural implications therein. In the following Q&A, the team reflects on their experience.
Lewis & Clark’s nationally ranked debate team is currently hosting the inaugural Pioneer Debate Institute, a two week intensive experience designed to educate and train students in the competitive activity of debate.
Board of Alumni member Ruthe Farmer B.A. ’92 was among 11 individuals recently recognized by the White House as “Champions of Change for Tech Inclusion.”
Get to know Myles Creed ’11, a major in communication and recipient of a Fulbright award.
Get to know Neha Kumthekar ’13, a major in psychology and rhetoric & media studies.