Welcome to Exploration and Discovery
June 26, 2015
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
- Sherman Alexi’s short article titled “What Sacagawea Means to Me (and Perhaps to You).” The link is below. You will need to login using your Lewis & Clark WebAdvisor login & password. https://login.watzekpx.lclark.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=6902653&site=ehost-live&scope=site
- The second is 10 pages of excerpts from the Journals of Lewis & Clark about Sacagawea. The link is here: http://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxE4jnpZaQ6Fb2xQd2NJOEs0ZkE/view?usp=sharing
This year’s E&D Kick-Off Lecture - What’s in a Name? - will take place on Friday, August 26th, in Agnes Flanagan Chapel at 1:30pm. Attended by all E&D students and faculty, this plenary event features a panel of Lewis & Clark faculty from different disciplines.
- Jon Arakaki, Visiting Professor in Exploration & Discovery
- Se-ah-dom Edmo, Coordinator of the Indigenous Ways of Knowing (IWOK) Program at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School
- Darrell Millner, Professor Emeritus of Black Studies, Portland State University
A summary of each speaker’s topic can be found here.
In the following video, Paul Powers introduces Exploration and Discovery—better known as E&D— the course where you can immerse yourself in an array of the great texts (Freud, Plato, and the Bible); improve your writing, reading, and speaking skills; and discover what the liberal arts are really all about.