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    April 28

    Don Anderegg has worked as a carpenter at Lewis & Clark for 20 years, building many friendships and a special appreciation for “this amazing place” and its students. Now that relationship and his family’s remarkable generosity have joined together, linking the Andereggs and the college for the benefit of generations yet to come.

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    November 22
    On November 15, 2016 donors, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual Dinah Dodds Endowment for International Education grant recipient presentations. The Dinah Dodds Fund for International Education provides grants to students that allow them to extend their overseas experience in order to expand on research begun on their Lewis & Clark study abroad program.
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    August 16

    Biology professor Greg Hermann has been awarded a nearly half-million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation, his third NSF grant since joining Lewis & Clark. His three-year project on the development of lysosome-related organelles in nematodes will engage between 25 and 55 undergraduates each year in mentored, investigative, and original research.

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    July 6

    The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Lewis & Clark $705,000 to develop a Teaching Excellence Program, a coordinated program that will support faculty in the exploration, systematic study, and targeted enhancement of their classroom teaching. The award follows a previous Mellon grant to support undergraduate research in the arts and humanities.

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    May 25
    The pursuit of a better understanding of how the brain grows and functions is the goal of Tamily Weissman-Unni’s research laboratory. Weissman has been named a recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER award that will support her research and teaching over the next five years.
  • April 1
    On March 31, more than 140 donors, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. Student financial aid, including funds for endowed scholarships and annual operating gifts, make the critical difference for over 75 percent of Lewis & Clark students.
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    May 7
    The seventh annual Philanthropy Leadership Dinner was held on May 7 in the Kridel Grand Ballroom at the Portland Art Museum. President Barry Glassner and the Board of Trustees hosted more than 225 guests to celebrate philanthropy at the college and to recognize and thank the donors whose significant financial support has made a profound impact on Lewis & Clark, its mission of excellence, and its dedicated student scholars.
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    April 27
    The uncommon is Sheila Gallagher’s norm.
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    March 19
    On March 19, more than 150 donors, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. Student financial aid, including funds for endowed scholarships and annual operating gifts, make the critical difference for 78 percent of Lewis & Clark students.
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    January 16
    Portland native and Business Wire founder Lorry Lokey has made a $2 million gift to provide recognition and financial support to outstanding professors at Lewis & Clark.
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    October 3

    Alumni Weekend 2014

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    October 2
    Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. ’64, ’65, ’66, life trustee and former board chair, embodies and promotes the benefits of endurance in all facets of living.
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    May 15

    Our faculty members are honored for their exceptional teaching and research.

     

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    February 11
    If there is a recipe for a winning college experience, amazing faculty in and out of the classroom would rank as the key ingredient for most college students. This is certainly true at Lewis & Clark. The influence of dedicated educators often extends far beyond the time students spend in class.
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    November 15
    Your support of Lewis & Clark helps students gain not only an exceptional education, but also the tools and experiences needed to make a difference in the world today.
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    October 31
    Arriving from Hong Kong in 1959 with $100 and a dream, Esther Lee became a barrier-breaking pioneer in computer science. In 2001, she and her husband endowed the Esther and Edward Lee Scholarship to benefit women from Asia. A bequest from their living trust will strengthen the fund.
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    October 22
    Volunteers are vital to the success of Lewis & Clark, and there are many ways alumni can contribute their time and talents. The Chronicle caught up with Rocky Campbell B.A. ’00, one of the college’s most active volunteers, to learn about his dedication to Lewis & Clark—and his stash of orange and black ties.
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    October 22
    To sustain and advance its mission, Lewis & Clark depends on transformative gifts and grants from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government programs.
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    June 17
    President Emeritus John R. “Jack” Howard died Sunday at age 90. Jack’s boundless energy and imagination transformed Lewis & Clark into today’s college without borders.
  • June 6
    On April 16, more than 150 donors, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. Student financial aid, including funds for endowed scholarships and annual operating gifts, make the critical difference for 77 percent of Lewis & Clark students.
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    May 29
    This spring, President Barry Glassner and his wife, Betsy Amster, traveled to events around the country, meeting alumni, parents, admitted students, and college supporters.
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    February 14
    Over the next four years, Lewis & Clark will receive a gift of $200,000 to provide expanded access to counseling services for students. The gift was made possible by the parents of a Lewis & Clark student who wish to remain anonymous.
  • January 30
    A new institution-wide strategic plan maps our path to 2020 and beyond.
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