Studying science at Lewis & Clark involves more than lecture halls, classrooms, and textbooks. We offer opportunities in the sciences that many schools present only to graduate students.
Our research programs let students work closely with professors and investigate questions and problems independently. Internships, volunteer opportunities, and overseas study programs create straightforward options for those looking to explore and promote the sciences off campus. For those looking to blaze their own trail, we offer programs to support student-directed initiatives as well.
Visit the links below to learn about science opportunities for students and faculty and to explore the programs at Lewis & Clark.
The programs described herein are sponsored by generous gifts from the Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institutes Undergraduate Science Education Program, the W.F. Keck Foundation, and the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation.
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Opportunities in Science at Lewis & Clark
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 50
Portland, Oregon 97219