Academics - College of Arts and Sciences - Lewis & Clark

The Goldwater Foundation is a federally endowed agency established in 1986. The scholarship program honors the late Sen. Barry M. Goldwater and encourages outstanding students to pursue careers in mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering fields.

Jason Alexander ’95
Robert Bristol ’95
Kevin Travers ’95
Tina Tominc Saxowsky ’96
Jessica Walker Daniel ’98
Anthony Lopez ’98
Chad “Daniel” Meliza ’99
Adam Smith ’99
Marie Spong ’01
Sarah Kate Gessford ’02
Simon Sponberg ’02
Collin Trail ’02
Elizabeth Kwan ’05
Angie Blum ’05
Brian Erickson ’06
Erin Currie ’07
Jessica Minnier ’07
Frances Delaney ’08
Natalie Miller ’08
Allison Akagi ’09
Claire Fassio ’09
Conor Jacobs ’09
Marie Lafortune ’10
Alex Simon ’11
Irena Bierzynzki ’11
Analise Rodenberg ’12
Taylor Anne Murphy ’12
Kyla Hamling ’13
Colin Gavin ’14
Sarah Lowenstein ’14
Keira Roberts ’14

Where are they now?
Jason Alexander is a Professor at the London School of Economics in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method.
Robert Bristol
 is an Applied Physicist at Intel Corporation.
Kevin Travers
 is a scientist at Pacific Biosciences.
Tina Tominc Saxowsky
 is now doing postdoctoral research at Emory University.
Chad “Daniel” Meliza
 is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago.
Adam Smith is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Puget Sound.
Marie Spong

Sarah Kate Gessford is M.Ed in Interdisciplinary Science Education at Montana State University.
Simon Sponberg is a graduate student in Integrative Biology at the University of Berkeley.
Collin Trail
Angela Blum is a a graduate student at California Institute of Technology.
Brian Erickson is a living environment teacher at Bronx Career and College Preparatory High School.
Erin Currie is a graduate student in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California in San Francisco.
Jessica Minner
Allison Akagi
Claire Fassio
Conor Jacobs
Marie Lafortune