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    October 10

    Lewis & Clark Law School officially launched its Centennial Year with a fundraising effort in support of three important areas of the school.  We encourage you to explore how the Centennial Campaign is advancing the Law School today and ask for your support during this important year.  Your gift to the Centennial Campaign recognizes the accomplishments and innovation of the law school over the last 100 years, and will help guarantee exceptional first-rate programs and national rating for the next 100 years.

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    3. Annual Fund

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    Centennial Cornerstone - $100,000
    Help lay the foundation for the next 100 years of excellence at Lewis & Clark Law School by making a generous pledge of $100,000 to support a four-year sponsorship of a “Centennial Scholar”.  Selected scholars will be recognized in the media and with a name plaque over their campus office door.  
     
    In recognition of your generous gift, a special Centennial Cornerstone plaque with the names of donors will be on permanent display at the Law School. 

    For more information, please contact Joset Grenon, jgrenon@lclark.edu

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    January 30
    Michael Lindblad M.A.T. ’96 has been named one of the top 50 teachers in the nation
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    November 17
    During the 2017–18 academic year, Lewis & Clark marks its 150th anniversary, honoring its distinctive past and preparing for its bright future.
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    November 3
    Gifts Announced by John and Susan Bates, Stephanie Fowler MA ’97 and Irving Levin, and Pat Mahaffy BA ’85. And the Center for Entrepreneurship gains a new name.
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    October 5
    Physics presentations
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    October 2
    Lewis & Clark welcomes Wim Wiewel as its next president.
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    September 20
    Meet three of our dynamic humanities professors.
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    September 19
    This summer Lewis & Clark acquired a computational server that will improve the speed and ease of research calculations. Researchers studying computational physics, genetic sequencing, and climate modeling have already begun to imagine how this powerful hardware will enhance their research.
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    August 8
    Associate Professor and Department Chair of Physics Dr. Stephen Tufte has been awarded a $211,649 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant.
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    June 30
    Graduating seniors Irene Duba and Katie Kowal were selected this May as the inaugural recipients of the Shannon T. O’Leary Award.
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    June 30
    The Physics and Astronomy Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) has chosen Associate Professor Shannon T. O’Leary as the 2017 recipient of their Mentor Award. This annual award recognizes a professor for their exemplary work with undergraduate student researchers.
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    December 11
    Cheryl Forster, Psy.D., is going to be hosting a workshop entitled “Talking About Race and Racism: A Developmental and Integrative Approach.” This workshop will be taking place in the South Chapel on January 30 and registration is currently open here.
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    September 15

    Janice Packard M.A.T. ’94 has been named the 2015 Oregon Art Educator of the year by the Oregon Art Education Association.

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    May 11
    Lewis & Clark is proud to host the first-ever Oregon Ecopsychology Symposium.
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    This year we have expanded the program tracks to include Sex Therapy and Ecopsychology. This will bring to the program a total of 4 tracks that students can choose to specialize within the MCFT program.
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    June 30
    To celebrate over 40 years of teaching, alumni, faculty, and friends endow a professorship in Ed Brunet’s name.
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    June 17
    Walter Echo-Hawk, renowned Indian law attorney, will be teaching two courses on campus in the spring of 2015.  His visit is possible because of the generous support of local tribes, including a lead gift from the Snoqualmie Tribe, and additional support from the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians.
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    June 2
    Jim Oleske is the 2014 recipient of the the Leo Levenson Teaching Excellence Award.  The graduating law class chooses the winner from all full time professors at Lewis & Clark Law School.
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    November 15
    At Lewis & Clark, legal skills such as writing, investigation, analysis and presentation are taken very seriously. Students apply what they learned in clinics, working with actual clients and cases right from the start.
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    November 15
    Lewis & Clark Law School offers a comprehensive legal education with nationally recognized signature programs including Environment, Natural Resources and Energy Law and Animal Law.
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    November 13
    In 2016, L&C had the top job placement rate among Oregon Law Schools, with 94.7% employed.
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    November 13
    The appeal of Portland is no secret.
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    November 13
    Almost from the beginning entering law school, students are supported by practicing attorneys, faculty and peers in a mentoring network.
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    October 20
    Ana Cutter Patel BS ’90 strives to bring divided communities together as executive director of Outward Bound Peacebuilding.
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    October 20
    During the 2017–18 academic year, Lewis & Clark marks its 150th anniversary, honoring its distinctive past and preparing for its bright future.
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    September 13
    Lewis & Clark welcomes new students to campus.
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    September 5
    This summer with the assistance of funding from Tesla, Holmes Hall is home to a new electric vehicle charging station.
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    August 31
    Julia Benford (’17), a graduate of the  Environmental Studies Program at Lewis & Clark College, reflects on how critical thinking and inquiry skills she gained through ENVS course studies are especially useful when teaching environmental education at Tualatin Hills Nature Center.
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    August 30
    Students are expected to attend monthly meetings throughout the year alternating among the three campuses (held at noon) and to participate actively in the Council events and at least one sub-committee.
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