We have the best professors at Lewis & Clark—especially in the art history department!
Degree and Class Year
What three words would you use to describe L&C?
What made you want to come to Lewis & Clark?
The beautiful campus drew me in, but ultimately the small class sizes, professor to student ratio, and the unique community led me to make my decision to come to L&C.
What have you been doing since graduation?
After graduating, I had a variety of different jobs unrelated to my major. I appreciated my time outside of school but I decided that I wanted to return to academia.
How did Lewis & Clark prepare you for your PhD program?
What would you say is the most important thing you learned at Lewis & Clark?
How to write well!
Why did you major in art history?
I have many academic interests and the beauty of art history is that it serves as a point of convergence for so many fields.
Why did you minor in Classics?
Associate Professor Gordon Kelly encouraged me to pursue a Classical studies minor after I took a couple Latin classes with him. I’m so glad I did, because Gordon is the best, and now I am studying Roman art in my PhD program.
How do you stay connected to Lewis & Clark as an alum?
I still keep in touch with my friends and professors.