Tenure line faculty are eligible for periodic sabbatical leaves to support artistic or scholarly activities. For sabbatical leave application guidelines, please refer to section 3.11.3.A of the Faculty Handbook. The online version of the Lewis & Clark Faculty Handbook is the official document of record for the institution.
Sabbatical Leave Application Form (Due Nov. 1 or the first Monday thereafter).
Support for New Faculty
Support for Scholarship
Support for Teaching
Student - Faculty Collaborative Research
The College supports a limited number of student/faculty teams to conduct research during summers through two separate but parallel programs.
In the Mathematical, Natural, and Psychological Sciences: The John S. Rogers Summer Science Research Program. This program is supported by the John S. Rogers Endowment of Lewis & Clark College and grants from the James F. and Marion L.Miller Foundation and Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
In the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The goal of the Faculty-Student Collaborative Research Program is to encourage collaborative research projects between Lewis & Clark College faculty and students. Applications will be reviewed and approved by Faculty Council.