News and Events
- NEWSLiz LeJeune BA ’22 is this year’s recipient of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Senior Woman Recognition Award, which honors outstanding scholarship as well as significant contributions to campus and community life.
Paige Underwood BA ’22, a political science and mathematics double major, received this spring’s Rena J. Ratte Award, the undergraduate college’s highest honor. Named for an esteemed professor, the award recognizes a senior whose abilities and commitment have combined to produce work of the highest distinction.Blauth is one of 417 students selected from a pool of more than 5,000 nationwide for the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, the preeminent award for undergraduates in the natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics.Lewis & Clark’s full-day celebration of student scholarship and creativity returned to its in-person format on April 8.This year’s Gender Studies Symposium will examine how gender and sexuality affect the dynamics of fantasy, exploring questions of intimacy, pleasure, and politics. The symposium runs from March 9 to 11.Summer science researchIn Professor Peter Drake’s software development course, computer science students apply the skills they have learned to real-life problems, such as earthquake preparedness and biology research.
Linus Brogan ’22 Takes Second in Secure Coding TournamentOn June 19, 2021, the Portland chapter of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), along with chapters from Vancouver, BC and Victoria, BC, hosted the AppSec Pacific Northwest Conference. The conference focused on how to build secure software, defend against attacks, and practice finding potential flaws. Linus Brogan BA ’22 competed in the associated secure coding tournament, finishing in second place. The tournament involved identifying insecure code, analyzing the types of vulnerabilities, and finding the best way to fix the flaws. Brogan is majoring in Computer Science & Mathematics and minoring in Physics.Associate Dean of Student Academic Affairs and Professor of Mathematics John Krussel has retired after 34 years at Lewis & Clark.The supportive liberal arts community Ben Kolligs BA ’18 found at L&C provided him opportunities to discover his passion in robotics and to advance his career, even before he graduated. Next up, graduate studies in robotics at Carnegie Mellon University!
Past EventsJuly 19, 2022Student research presentationsJuly 5, 2022Student research presentationsFebruary 15, 2022Tuesday, February 15, 202210:30-11:30Title: Application of Machine Learning and Deep Learning Neural Networks in Health Informatics Abstract: With the rapid development in technology, more and more data are available for data analysis tasks. To glean useful insights from diverse data sets and develop predictive models, machine learning (ML), including deep learning (DL) methods, become the most promising solutions. Health Informatics have been vital research areas where ML and DL hold great promise in improving healthcare. In the research presentation, I include multiple studies that introduce ML and DL applications in healthcare
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