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Simran Handa BA '19

Simran Handa BA ’19 Awarded Healthline-NORD Scholarship

Healthline, in partnership with the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD), has awarded scholarships to four undergraduates nationally who have demonstrated dedication to the advancement against a rare or chronic disease. Handa talks about her win and why she’s drawn to the field.  

Student Named Finalist for Oregon Entrepreneurs Network Award

Max Clary ’18 has been using his education and skills to advocate for social change throughout his time at Lewis & Clark, and now he’s secured a nomination for the 2017 Wyatt Starnes Battle of the School Award. Given by the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network, the prize recognizes young leaders committed to improving the world through entrepreneurship.

Kori Groenveld ’18 Announced as Truman Scholarship Finalist

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, which supports the graduate education and professional development of outstanding young people committed to public service leadership, has selected Kori Groenveld ’18 as a finalist for the Truman Scholarship. Winners will be announced in April.
Professor of Biology Greg Hermann and Beverly Rabbitts '06 microinject a worm to alter its gene e...

National Science Foundation Invests (Again) in “Wormland”

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.

Fulbright recipients Brandy Miller ?16, Emma Hoch-Schneider ?16, Scout Mills ?16, and Devon Strei...

Award Winners

Lewis & Clark students and alumni receive prestigious awards and scholarships. 

Eleven Students and Alumni Win Fulbright Awards

Five seniors and six recent alumni will spend the next year overseas after receiving prestigious awards from the Fulbright Program. Lewis & Clark is one of the top producers of Fulbright award winners in the country.
Eve Lowenstein B.A. '17

Eve Lowenstein ’17 Wins Goldwater Scholarship

Eve Lowenstein B.A. ’17 is one of just 252 scholars selected from a field of 1,150 students nominated by 415 institutions nationwide. Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships are widely considered the preeminent awards for undergraduates preparing for science careers. Irene Duba B.A. ’17 garnered an honorable mention. 

Highlights of 2015

A look back at some of our biggest successes of the year.

Two student-athletes named finalists for Rhodes and Marshall scholarships

Angie Epifano ’16, a senior majoring in art history, and Katie Keith B.A. ’15, currently serving as a Fulbright English Language Teaching Assistant in Taiwan, were both named as double finalists for the prestigious Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships.

Fulbright winner Daniela Jimenez BA ’14 is Brazil-bound

From strengthening her foreign-language and professional skills, to practicing the Afro-Brazilian martial art of capoeira, Daniela Jimenez BA ’14 is eager to serve as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Brazil in 2016.
Davies-Jackson Scholarship winner Alex Kraemer '15

Deserved Distinctions

Lewis & Clark students and alumni win Fulbrights and other prestigious awards and scholarships. 

Student receives prestigious graduate scholarship to the University of Cambridge

Alexander Kraemer ’15 is awarded the Davies-Jackson Scholarship for first-generation college students.

Lewis & Clark earns presidential honor for community service

For the third time, Lewis & Clark has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). Lewis & Clark previously landed on the Honor Roll in 2010 and the Honor Roll with Distinction in 2013.
Stein Retzlaff ?16

Student athletes pioneer recycling business

Football and baseball player Stein Retzlaff ’16, former football player Erich Roepke ’16, and their three business partners—Hunter Meece ’15, Kyle Roepke, and Trent Martin—were recently awarded an Incubator+Launch Seed Fund grant. They are now eligible for up to $20,000 to fund their venture.

Deserved Distinctions

Lewis & Clark students and alumni earn a record number of Fulbrights, among other prestigious awards.

Student team honored at Portland Startup Weekend

A team of seven Lewis & Clark students took home top honors at Portland Startup Weekend. The Spoke.Coffee team won best customer validation at the event, with their coffee delivery by bike business that’s facilitated by a simple web application

Academic Excellence

Our students and young alumni earn international recognition for their award-winning academic work.
Sam Shugart '15

Students earn grant to promote global peace

For the eighth year in a row, Lewis & Clark students have earned a competitive grant from philanthropist Kathryn W. Davis’s 100 Projects for Peace Initiative. Over the summer, project leaders Nway Khine ’15 and Sam Shugart ’15, along with Katie Schirmer ’17 and Ira Yeap ’14, will teach English to orphans in Taunggyi, Myanmar.
Toyama Cup Japanese Speech Contest winners Lauren McDonald, third year law student, Amanda Cosby ...

Students take top honors in Japanese speech contest

Lewis & Clark students recently took top honors at the 2014 Toyama Cup Japanese Speech Contest, with third-year law student Lauren McDonald receiving the grand prize—an all-expense paid trip to Japan.

Junior earns Truman Scholarship for public service

Joyce Iwashita has earned the nation’s top prize for undergraduate leaders, a highly competitive Truman Scholarship. The junior economics major earned one of 59 scholarships awarded this year, an honor which brings up to $30,000 for graduate study and leadership training in preparation for a career in government or the nonprofit sector.
Maya Gold ?14

Record twelve honored with Fulbright awards

Six Lewis & Clark seniors and five alumni will spend the next year overseas after receiving prestigious awards from the Fulbright Program. This is the largest number of Lewis & Clark students and alumni earning Fulbright honors in a single year.
Colin Ehr ?14 and Aojie Zheng ?15

Math students shine in international competitions

Each year, Lewis & Clark participates in two highly competitive international mathematical competitions—the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition and the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) Mathematical Contest in Modeling.
Colin Gavin ?15

Three students honored with Goldwater science awards

Three Lewis & Clark students—Colin Gavin ’15, Sarah Lowenstein ’15, and Keira Roberts ’15—received Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships this spring for their exceptional work in the sciences, the largest number of scholars from any school, public or private, in Oregon.
McKay Campbell ?14 and Emily Halter ?14

Students take home national debate championship

Fifty-six of the nation’s best parliamentary debate teams arrived in Flagstaff, Arizona, for the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence (NPTE), but only one team left as national champions—Lewis & Clark’s McKay Campbell ’14 and Emily Halter ’14.

Lewis & Clark brings home top awards in moot court competitions

Law students have been bringing home top awards in Moot Court competitions.

Career Development Center named LGBTQ Certified Career Center

The Career Development Center is proud to be named to Out for Work’s list of Silver Level LGBTQ Certified Career Centers.
Two first-year students were honored at the 2013 Kopp Student Research Award reception. Photo by ...

First-year students honored for outstanding research skills

Each spring, first-year students write research papers as they complete their final semester of Lewis & Clark’s core course, Exploration and Discovery. To honor the memory of former library director James J. Kopp—and to offer an incentive for these students to immerse themselves in scholarly sources—Watzek Library offers an award of $200 to two students who demonstrate excellent research techniques.
Ben Mann ?14, winner of the Northwest Forensics Conference?s top individual honor.

Student named top overall forensics competitor in Northwest

Lewis & Clark’s Ben Mann ’14 recently won the Northwest Forensics Conference’s top individual honor, the Coaches Commemorative Award.
Emily Halter and McKay Campbell

Lewis & Clark debate team wins prestigious tournament

The debate team of McKay Campbell ’14 and Emily Halter ’14 recently won the prestigious Great Salt Lake Invitational, held at the University of Utah. Campbell and Halter placed first out of a field of 98 teams from 34 schools across the nation, defeating a team from William Jewell College in the final debate to win the title.
Reuben Peterson ?14 and Amaya Lucas ?15 conduct research with holographic optical tweezers.

Students present research findings at Northwest conference

Lewis & Clark students presented a diverse array of research findings to an audience of more than 500 people at the Murdock College Science Research Program’s recent Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Diplomats of the future find success in Washington

Lewis & Clark’s Model United Nations club was awarded the title of “distinguished delegation” after attending a national conference in Washington, D.C. Only 10 percent of participating delegations were recommended for awards.
Campbell (seated) and Halter (speaking) debate Southern Illinois

Forensics team excels in fall competitions

The Lewis & Clark forensics team continued a strong fall of 2013 with a series of excellent performances in October. Competing in tournaments in California, Washington and on its own campus, the Pioneers collected numerous individual and team awards and have established themselves as one of the top forensics squads nationally.
Photo by Adam Wickham for the Portland Tribune.

Welch brings record-setting football career to close

Right from the start, Pioneer football coach Chris Sulages knew Keith Welch ’13 was something special.

Student and professor win computer hacking challenge

As an extension of his summer research on computer security education with Professor of Computer Science Jens Mache, Miles Crabill ’16 had the opportunity to attend an invitation-only computer security conference in Dayton, Ohio, from September 15 to 20. On the final day of the conference, Crabill and Mache (along with a student and faculty member from The Evergreen State College) competed against four other teams to win a hacking challenge.

Nationally Recognized

Learn what makes a Lewis & Clark education exceptional.

Making It Work

Our Career Development Center helps students take advantage of internship opportunities in Portland and beyond.

Leader in Sustainability

The Princeton Review and other organizations are recognizing us for our environmental efforts in the classroom and beyond.
Benjamin Hoffman B.A. ?13

Ratte award winner puts down roots in many fields

As a philosophy and mathematics double major, Benjamin Hoffman B.A. ’13 is used to going above and beyond. This passion for exceeding expectations earned Hoffman the 2013 Rena J. Ratte Award, the undergraduate college’s highest academic honor.
Photo by Kristan Korns, Two Rivers Tribune

Lewis & Clark welcomes Gates Millennium scholars

This fall, exceptional students from across the country will make Lewis & Clark their home for the next four years. Among them will be Manuel Mattz and Adrian Velazquez, recipients of the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarships.

Faculty Profile: Rebecca “Becko” Copenhaver


Get to know Rebecca “Becko” Copenhaver
, professor of philosophy and 2013 Teacher of the Year.
Joann Geddes, co-director of the Academic English Studies program, received a faculty impact award.

Students, faculty, and staff honored for strengthening community

Each year, the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) recognizes faculty, staff, and students whose tremendous contributions make Lewis & Clark a more welcoming community.
Dharma Khalsa ?12

Six honored with Fulbright awards

A Lewis & Clark senior and five alumni will spend the next year teaching overseas after receiving prestigious awards from the Fulbright Program.
Community service award recipients Goldann Salazar, Anna Lofstrand, Alexa Moore, Rosa Kim, Kayla ...

Students honored for commitment to community service

The Center for Career and Community Engagement is proud to announce this year’s recipient of the President’s Award for Outstanding Community Service, an award given to a graduating senior who has demonstrated an exceptional commitment to service and issues of social justice in the campus, Portland, and international communities.
Senior career award winner Geoff Wertz ?15 and head baseball coach Tom Flynn.

Student-athletes honored at recognition event

In early May, Lewis & Clark hosted the annual student-athlete recognition dessert, honoring outstanding athletes of the year and outgoing seniors.

Sophomore takes home film festival honors

Laurel Sager ’15, a rhetoric and media studies major, took home second place in the Medford Mail Tribune’s third annual Two-Minute Film Festival.
Hillary Patin in Bhutan after her 2011 overseas program in India

Deserved Distinctions

Pioneers garner international recognition for academic excellence and service.

President’s student engagement scholarship winners announced

President Glassner has announced the winners of the President’s Scholarship for Academic Engagement—Eva Ramey, Kelsey Kahn, Lily Clarke, and Jordan Anderson.
Miranda Benson ?13 and Hillary Patin ?14, Projects for Peace award winners

Students earn grant to promote global peace

For the seventh year in a row, Lewis & Clark students have earned a competitive grant from philanthropist Kathryn W. Davis’s 100 Projects for Peace Initiative. Over the summer, students Miranda Benson ’13 and Hillary Patin ’14 will promote dance movement therapy and self-defense for women in Varanasi, India.

Junior honored with Goldwater science award

Kyla Hamling ’14 received a prestigious science scholarship for her exceptional work in biology. Hamling is one of 271 students to earn Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships this spring, from a field of 1,107 applicants nationwide.
From left: Joe Hykan, Ben Mann, Emily Halter, assistant coach Simone Walter, Director of Forensic...

Debate season concludes with sixth place national finish

Lewis & Clark’s debate team concluded its 2012-2013 season with a sixth place school ranking and several strong individual performances.

Kristina Williams ’13 lands All-American basketball honors

Kristina Williams ’13 has capped a stellar career with additional honors, earning a spot on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Division III All-America Team and making the D3hoops.com All-America and All-West Region First Teams. The senior guard is also the Northwest Conference Player of the Year for the second time in her career.

Law students shine in national animal law moot court competition

Lewis & Clark Law School recently hosted the 10th Annual National Animal Law Competitions, and law students dominated in every event.
Emily Halter '14 and Joe Hykan '13

Lewis & Clark wins first debate tournament of spring

Lewis & Clark’s Joe Hykan ‘13 and Emily Halter ‘14 win the Long Beach Classic in their first tournament together this season.

Student conducts research abroad with grant support

Jordan Buysse ’13 recently shared reflections on overseas experiences made possible by the Dixon Award, an annual honor granted to a junior English major.
Eddie Barksdale ?13

Student honored for outstanding vocal performance

Eddie Barksdale ’13 recently won a musical theatre competition hosted by the Oregon State Cascade Chapter of National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Goldann Salazar ?12

Student named to service-oriented advisory board

In honor of her dedication to service, Salazar was named to the 2012-13 student advisory board of Oregon Campus Compact (ORCC)

Lewis & Clark debaters win prestigious tournament

Lewis & Clark debaters Joe Hykan ’13 and Benjamin Mann ’14 recently won the Pat Kennedy Memorial Tournament, hosted by University of the Pacific and the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission.
Maelia DuBois B.A. ?12 received a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Germany for 2012-13.

Lewis & Clark named a top producer of Fulbright winners

Lewis & Clark is one of the top producers of Fulbright award winners in the country, with the third-highest acceptance rate among liberal arts colleges.

Ratte award winner strikes the right chord

Called a “true Renaissance man,” Ethan Allred ’12 is the winner of the 2012 Rena J. Ratte Award, the undergraduate college’s highest academic honor. The award recognizes excellence in scholastic, intellectual, and creative achievements, and is presented during the undergraduate Honors Convocation ceremony preceding commencement in May.

Student wins scholarship to study in Russia

Tadhg Fendt ’14 has become the first student from Lewis & Clark’s Russian Program to receive a Boren Scholarship. The award will support Fendt’s language study abroad.

History alumna wins international affairs graduate fellowship

Kali Harper ’10 has been awarded a Pickering Fellowship for graduate study in international affairs. The history majorwill complete her master’s degree in international relations and security at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.
Logan Massie Higgins ?11

National Science Foundation honors alumni for leadership potential

Three Lewis & Clark alumni received prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships for demonstrating promise as leaders in their fields.
Maelia DuBois ?12

Nine seniors win Fulbright honors

Nine Lewis & Clark seniors will spend the next year teaching around the world after receiving prestigious awards from the Fulbright Program.

Junior earns top science honor

Taylor Murphy ’13 received a prestigious science scholarship for her exceptional work in physics and mathematics.
Hannah J. McCain ?12

Students earn grant to promote global peace

For the sixth year in a row, Lewis & Clark students have earned a competitive grant from philanthropist Kathryn W. Davis’ 100 Projects for Peace Initiative. Over the summer, students Hannah McCain ’12 and Nima Mohamed ’15 will promote youth engagement for Somali girls living in Portland, Maine.
Micah Leinbach '14 talks about stream ecology on a College Outdoors trip. Photo credit: Rye Druzi...

Student receives scholarship to support environmental career

Micah Leinbach ’14 is one of 80 college students nationwide to be honored by the Udall Foundation this spring as a future environmental leader.
Tamma Carleton ?09

Steps to success

Tamma Carleton ’09 shares her path to the Rhodes Scholarship.
Madelyn Troiano '12

Student receives fellowship for aspiring teachers of color

Madelyn Troiano ’12 has won the Woodrow Wilson-Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship for Aspiring Teachers of Color, created to recruit, support, and retain public school teachers in the United States.

Lewis & Clark tops Peace Corps rankings

For the second consecutive year, Lewis & Clark ranks in the top five on the Peace Corps Top Colleges list—the only school in Portland to receive this honor.
Remy Neymarc

Student directs Super Bowl commercial

Millions of people watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5, will see the work of Lewis & Clark student Remy Neymarc when they tune in to the big game.

From research to real world

Sara Miller ’14, an admissions tour guide, gains practical experience inside and outside the classroom.
Robert Pirtle ?14 was inducted into the Pamplin Society this fall

Honor society welcomes seven students

Seven outstanding students joined the Pamplin Society of Fellows this fall, increasing the ranks of distinguished students, alumni, and endowed professors who comprise Lewis & Clark’s undergraduate honor society.
Julian Dale ?12 (L) and Nic Wilson ?12 (R) talk with Professor of Computer Science Jens Mache

Students invited to coding challenge at Microsoft

During Kinect CodeCamp, computer science majors gained valuable experience.
Illana Livstrom ?13

Pioneer athletes continue outstanding seasons

Women’s cross country takes conference title, Pioneer football continues perfect season

President Glassner publishes sustainability op-ed in USA Today

In an editorial for USA Today, Lewis & Clark President Barry Glassner questions whether colleges are doing enough to “couple action with real academics” when it comes to sustainability.
Assistant Professor of Art History Dawn Odell, voted Lewis & Clark 2011 Teacher of the Year, ...

Rankings celebrate sustainability, teaching, and more

National rankings give the College high marks for student experiences in the classroom and beyond.
Krissy Lyon ?12

Summer vacation in a science lab

Krissy Lyon ’12 is one of many students who spent the summer conducting scientific research.
Riley Johnson ?11, Rena Ratte recipient

Award winner revered for talent and generosity

An outstanding writer and selfless peer, Riley Johnson ’11 nabbed the 2011 Rena J. Ratte Award.
Alison Dubchansky ?12

Student receives national award for establishing community service day

Student receives national award for establishing community service day
Kenneth Rice ?11 is one of eight seniors to win Fulbright awards this spring.

Students and alumni receive national recognition for academic excellence

This spring, Lewis & Clark students are claiming a bounty of national awards and honors in recognition of their academic excellence and commitment to global service.
Associate Professor of Biology Greta Binford

Biology professor receives NSF grant to conduct spider research in Caribbean

Professor Greta Binford has received a $133,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study the creation of a biodiversity hotspot in the Caribbean.
Graffiti image by Kaye Blankenship B.A. ?12, taken in New York City

Viewers enter virtual worlds of spiders, ceramics, and graffiti with the help of digital initiatives

A new series of digital initiatives is extending the college’s global reach and influencing the study of the humanities around the world.
Jen Schildmeyer ?11, community research fellow

Students support local organizations through community research initiative

Through a distinctive community initiative, Jen Schildmeyer ’11 is collaborating with the local organization Outside In to assess the benefit of a tattoo-removal program for homeless and low-income Portlanders.
Photo by Kris Krug

Students and alumni put their liberal arts education to work in local and global communities

Lewis & Clark students are immersed in varied and vibrant pursuits in classrooms, laboratories, communities, and environs around the world. That work continues after graduation, with Lewis & Clark alumni in 50 states and 90 countries.

Student receives top paper award at the Undergraduate Research Scholars Conference

Communication major Amy Madden ’11 received a conference’s top awardfor her analysis of gay rights themes in the music of Lady Gaga and Adam Lambert.

Lewis & Clark students take two first-place positions in national moot court competitions

Lewis & Clark law students made it to the semi-finals in eight different national and regional moot court competitions this February and March.
Tamma Carleton (click arrow to expand)

Lewis & Clark congratulates a Rhodes Scholar

Tamma Carleton B.A. ’09, a gifted scholar-athlete, is one of only 32 people in the United States to be named a Rhodes Scholar for 2011.
Kat Fiedler '11

Students challenge popular environmental assumptions with unique research model

Students challenge popular environmental assumptions with unique research model

Top 10 news stories from Lewis & Clark College in 2010

Each year, tens of thousands of website visitors read stories, watch videos, and flip through photo slideshows that highlight the success of our students, faculty, and alumni. Here are the top 10 biggest stories from Lewis & Clark College in 2010.
Tamma Carleton B.A. ?09

Tamma Carleton ’09 named Rhodes Scholar

Lewis & Clark alumna Tamma Carleton has been named a Rhodes Scholar, considered by many to be the most prestigious international graduate scholarship program.
Stephanie Locke B.A. ?10 received a Fulbright English Teaching Assistanship in Slovakia for 2010-11

Lewis & Clark named a top producer of Fulbright winners

Lewis & Clark is one of the top producers of Fulbright award winners in the country, with the third-highest acceptance rate among liberal arts colleges.
Christabel Escarez ?11, performing at a poetry slam. Photo by Sarah Murphy Jurado.

Students compete at national collegiate poetry slam

Five Lewis & Clark students traveled to Boston this month to participate in a national collegiate tournament of slam poetry, the competitive art of performance poetry.
Stephanie Locke B.A. '10, one of seven seniors to win Fulbright awards this spring, will teach in...

Students receive national recognition for academic excellence

This spring, awards and honors are streaming in from prestigious national organizations like the Fulbright Program and the Barry M. Goldwater Foundation. Learn more about the student recipients and how they hope to impact the world in the stories below.

Science alumni honored by NSF for potential as leaders

Eight Lewis & Clark alumni received prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships for demonstrating promise as leaders in their fields.
Andrew Merriam ?10

Multimedia: Student-artist creates a colossal colony of ceramic clams

Student-artist creates a colossal colony of ceramic clams.

Marie Lafortune '10, Lila Forte B.A. '09, and Irena Bierzynski '11

Chemistry students co-author major study in a top science journal

A study co-authored by three Lewis & Clark students appears in the February 24 edition of the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
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Pamplin Society inducts seven new members

The Pamplin Society of Fellows formally inducted seven new members this fall. Learn more about these exceptional students in this slideshow.
Betto van Waarden '10

History major appreciates interdependence of cultures, disciplines

With the help of Lewis & Clark’s student-led grant program, senior Betto van Waarden conducted research abroad this summer to support his thesis. The globetrotting history major, a native of Holland, explored themes of globalization and the exchange of ideas across cultures. Learn more.
Mary Davis B.A. '09

Students earn top honors, awards

Lewis & Clark students earn national recognition and top academic honors for their work.
Tyson Papenfuss

Student athletes recognized for academic, community leadership

The Northwest Conference has recognized student-athletes who have excelled in the classroom, in athletic competition and in the community. Read about this year’s winners, Tamma Carleton and Tyson Papenfuss.

Senior to improve global health systems with mobile technology

Isaac Holeman ’09 is heading to Africa after graduation. Far from a safari vacation, Holeman will start work in Malawi with FrontlineSMS:Medic, a venture he co-founded to support community health workers in the developing world with mobile technology.
Here the three of us are in the Northwest part of the Dominican Republic. Alec has been working i...

Slideshow: Students, professor engage Caribbean community in science research

It is not unusual for students at Lewis & Clark to participate in challenging, graduate-level scientific research.

Video: Law students excel at National Animal Law Competitions

ur Lewis & Clark Law School students advanced to the final round at the 6th annual National Animal Law Competitions at Harvard Law School this month.
The Pamplin Society of Fellows has chosen this year?s seven outstanding inductees to join the ran...

Slideshow: Pamplin Society welcomes seven new members

The Pamplin Society of Fellows formally inducted seven new members in a ceremony on October 20th.
Frances Delaney B.A. ?08

Ratte winner contributes to sciences and student life

(Portland, Ore.)—Frances Delaney B.A. ’08 believes there is an advantage to studying science at a small college.
Ian Hooper

Six seniors set Lewis & Clark Fulbright record

(Portland, Ore.)—In an unprecedented achievement for Lewis & Clark students, six seniors earned prestigious honors from the Fulbright Program this spring.

Junior to gain political insight as congressional intern

(Portland, Ore.)—A junior who aspires to improve conditions in Africa will be one step closer to his goal this summer, learning political processes from a seasoned leader on education and human rights issues.

Six undergraduates receive Fulbright Awards

A record six seniors received Fulbright Awards this spring.

Three students named Goldwater scholars

Lewis & Clark juniors Allison Akagi, Claire Fassio, and Conor Jacobs were awarded Barry M. Goldwater scholarships.

Junior selected for Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy

Zach Yeager, a junior philosophy major, will participate in the Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy, which allows participants to explore and heighten their interest in philosophy before committing to a graduate program.

Junior earns Truman Scholarship for public service

(Portland, Ore.)—Ben Brysacz has earned the nation’s top prize for undergraduate leaders, a highly competitive Truman Scholarship.

Junior earns Truman Scholarship for public service

Ben Brysacz, a junior political science major, has earned the nation’s top prize for undergraduate leadership.