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Isaac Holeman B.A. ’09 is the first Lewis & Clark alumnus to receive a highly competitive, full-cost Gates Cambridge Scholarship for study at the University of Cambridge.
Greg Hermann, biochemistry program chair and assistant professor of biology, received an award for his exceptional mentorship in biology. The Council on Undergraduate Research(CUR) recently awarded him the 2012 Outstanding Mentor Award in Biology.
Improving the quality of science education is a top national priority, as seen in President Obama’s commitment to prepare 100,000 new science, technology, engineering, and math teachers in the next decade. Now Lewis & Clark will be an integral part of this challenge, with the receipt of a $1 million grant to improve the quality of K-12 science education in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Summer science program presentations
Taylor Murphy ’13 received a prestigious science scholarship for her exceptional work in physics and mathematics.
Students who have been named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2012.
Join our Summer Reading Group featuring “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” written by 2012 Symposium Keynote Speaker, Dr. Lisa Randall“Knocking on Heaven’s Door” not only provides clarity in the new explorations in Physics and Cosmology but also presents a rousing defense of the science in our lives and how is it interfaces with the world. We feel this book merits discussion so we would like to invite you join our Summer Reading Group. If your are interested, the L & C bookstore is now offering a great deal - 40% the list price for students and faculty.
BCMB Alumnus Receives NSF Grant
Three Lewis & Clark alumni received prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships for demonstrating promise as leaders in their fields.
When Jeanie Mullins ’16 starts classes in the fall, she’ll have more than the usual campus support – she’s the youngest of four close-knit sisters who have decided to join the Lewis & Clark community in the last six years. Jeanie and her sisters – Jessica ’10, Jennifer ’12 and Jet’aime Mullins ’13 – are part of a strong legacy tradition of families who choose to attend L&C, and credit the College with starting them on the road to success.
Students who have been named to the Dean’s List for Fall 2011.
Isaac Holeman ’09 is a winner of the Top 11 in 2011 Innovators Challenge, which recognizes professionals who have used mobile technology in innovative ways to improve health systems and outcomes in remote areas of the world.
2011-2012 Faculty Profile Q&A
Dean Tuajuanda Jordan, College of Arts & Sciences
Students who have been named to the Dean’s List for spring 2011.
Eight Lewis & Clark alumnireceived prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships for demonstrating promise as leaders in their fields.
Alex Simon, BCMB ‘11 Receives a Goldwater Scholarship
Recent Publication by the Hermann Research Team
Four BCMB Alums Awarded NSF Graduate Fellowships in the 2010 Competition
Loening’s protein research raises questions and explores opportunities
With a broad range of academic interests, a deep engagement in the sciences, and a passion for international study, Conor Jacobs B.A. ’09 brings together many of the best elements of a Lewis & Clark College education.
The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is located in Olin Center on the Undergraduate Campus.
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
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