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  • Cyan Cowap BA ’19, a studio art major, was recruited by Professor of Physics Bethe Scalettar to provide illustrations for her upcoming textbook, Introductory Biomedical Imaging: Principles and Practice from Microscopy to MRI, which is slated for publication in early 2020.

  • Sam Peers Nitzberg BA ’19 has been hired by Puddle Creative, a podcast production agency, which was founded Annie Fassler BA ’11 and Jonah Geil-Neufeld BA ’11.

  • Keenan Ordon-Bakalian JD ’19 has joined Jordan Ramis PC as an associate attorney in the firm’s land use and development practice group. Previously, Ordon-Bakalian worked for the firm as a law clerk. Licensed to practice in the state of Oregon, he focuses his practice on land use and environmental law and has experience handling a variety of regulatory and legal compliance matters at the intersection of these fields of law. While a law student, Ordon-Bakalian clerked for the Snohomish County (Washington) Prosecutor’s Office in the Land Use and Environmental Unit and for Western Resources Legal Center, where he assisted in drafting pleadings in federal district court and the Ninth Circuit relating to federal forest practices and ranching.

  • Jemma Goddard BA ’19, a music teacher in Condon, Oregon, has started a beginning band program for fifth- and sixth-grade students.

  • Ariel Moyal BA ’19 moved to New Orleans in August 2019 to begin a yearlong post with Avodah Jewish Service Corps, an organization that is building a network of social justice leaders throughout the Jewish community. Specifically, Moyal is working in criminal justice reform with the Promise of Justice Initiative. She credits L&C with helping her advance on her journey, saying, “I learned about leadership, community, critical thinking, and perseverance, and I am excited to put these skills into action in the ‘real world.’”

  • Oleske, J.
    Spring ’20
    MW
    7:35PM-9:00PM
    3
    FND
  • Oleske, J.
    Spring ’20
    MW
    3:25PM-4:50PM
    3
    FND
  • Oleske, J.
    Fall ’19
    MW
    10:35AM-12:00PM
    3
    FND
  • Funk, W.
    Fall ’19
    TTH
    10:35AM-12:00PM
    3
    FND
  • Keddie, J.
    Spring ’20
    W
    7:35PM-9:30PM
    2
    FND
  • Rosengard, D.
    Fall ’19
    M
    11:00AM-11:55AM
    1
    HS
  • Reddy, R.
    Fall ’19
    W
    1:20PM-3:15PM
    2
    FND
  • Street Law (709 A)
    Gallagher, J.
    Spring ’20
    T
    3:25PM-5:20PM
    3
    HS/EXP
  • Street Law (708 A)
    Gallagher, J.
    Fall ’19
    T
    3:25PM-5:20PM
    3
    HS/EXP
  • Parikh, S.
    Spring ’20
    TTH
    10:35AM-12:00PM
    3
    FND
  • Bodine, M. Young, J.
    Fall ’19
    TTH
    5:30PM-6:55PM
    3
    FND
  • Stubblefield, D.
    Spring ’20
    M
    5:30PM-7:25PM
    2
    FND
  • Powers, M.
    Spring ’20
    MW
    5:30PM-6:55PM
    3
    FND
  • Mead, R.
    Spring ’20
    M
    10:00AM-11:55AM
    2
    HS/EXP
  • Reddy, R.
    Spring ’20
    W
    10:00AM-11:55AM
    2
    FND
  • Mead, R.
    Fall ’19
    W
    3:25PM-5:20PM
    2
    HS/EXP
  • Income Tax II (226 A)
    Bogdanski, J.
    Spring ’20
    MW
    1:20PM-2:15PM
    2
    FND
  • Tax Clinic (704 B)
    Lora, S.
    Spring ’20
    W + Clinic
    9:00AM-11:00AM
    3
    HS/EXP
  • Lora, S.
    Spring ’20
    Students Choice
    Day
    3-4
    HS/EXP
  • Dussault, S.
    Spring ’20
    W
    9:00AM-11:00AM
    2-4
    HS/EXP
  • Winders, D.
    Spring ’20
    T
    10:00AM-11:55AM
    3
    HS/EXP
  • Patrick, S.
    Spring ’20
    F
    12:05PM-2:00PM
    2
    FND
  • Felstiner, S.
    Spring ’20
    MW F
    9:00AM-1:00PM 8:30AM-10:25AM
    3
    HS/EXP
  • Felstiner, S.
    Spring ’20
    MW F
    1:00PM-5:00PM 8:30AM-10:25AM
    3
    HS/EXP
  • Felstiner, S. Makuch, J.
    Spring ’20
    TTH F
    4hrs/day 8:30AM-10:25AM
    3
    HS/EXP

News

  • February 24

    2019
    Distinguished Alumnus Award
    Meet David in this video!

    David Sack joined John Hopkins University as a fellow in 1974 and has remained on the faculty ever since. He teaches courses on tropical diseases and works with groups to promote vaccine and rehydration solutions— including oral rehydration solution, the rotavirus vaccine, and the cholera vaccine—for severe diarrhea diseases.

  • Nate Jones BA ’05
    February 24

    2019
    Outstanding Young Alumnus Award
    Meet Nate in this video!

    In November 2019, Nate joined the Washington Post as its first Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) director. Prior to this he served as FOIA director for the National Security Archive, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit that fights for the public release of secret historic documents where he remains a fellow. Nate has overseen thousands of FOIA requests and appeals and continues to work as a liaison with federal agencies on FOIA matters.

  • February 24

    2019
    Donald G. Balmer Citation
    Meet Jean in this video!

    During her 42 years with the college, Jean’s teaching reflected her love of rhetoric and history. She chaired many committees and held a variety of administrative posts, including cofounder and director of the Gender Studies Program. Jean’s current research is on the history of our “Cinderella College,” which she enjoys sharing with campus audiences and through publications.

  • February 24

    2019
    Pioneer Alumni Leadership Award
    Meet Amal in this video!

    Amal Mansour has been supporting the college since her days as an international student. She served as a member of the Parents Council and is the mother of two L&C graduates. She has hosted many events for alumni throughout the world, including Black and Orange parties in Qatar and California. Amal is an advocate for international students, Third Culture Kids, and Academic English Studies. She also supported the founding of the Arabic language offering and the Middle East and North African studies minor.

  • September 24
  • April 9
    Adjunct Professor Steven Wise, JD
    2 credits
    June 30 - July 10, 2020
    Weekdays, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Zoom online format (more details coming)
  • March 16
    Adjunct Professor Paul Locke, JD, DrPH
    Distinguished Visiting Professor of Animal Law and Science

    2 credits
    July 20 - 31, 2020
    LiveChats online, weekdays, 3:30pm - 5:00pm PST
    entirely ONLINE
  • Professor Kathy Hessler
    January 13
    Professor Kathy Hessler
    2 credits
    June 16 - 26, 2020
    LiveChats online, weekdays, 1:30 - 3:00pm PDT
    entirely ONLINE
  • James Garlant
    October 9
    Wildlands Network
    Seattle, Washington
  • Taylor Rose
    October 9
    Metropolitan Public Defender
    Portland, Oregon
  • Amber Cognata
    October 9
    Oregon Law Center
    Portland, Oregon
  • Mallory Abel
    October 9
    Defenders of Wildlife
    Washington, D.C.
  • October 9
    Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services
    Portland, Oregon
  • Emily Fox
    October 9
    Disability Right’s Oregon
    Portland, Oregon
  • Skylar Losik
    October 9
    St. Andrew Legal Clinic
    Portland, Oregon
  • Jessica Hetzel
    October 9
    Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
    Moab, Utah
  • Jacqueline O'Keefe
    October 9
    Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center
    Ashland, Oregon
  • Alison Kavanagh
    October 9
    Metropolitan Public Defender
    Hillsboro, Oregon
  • Maggie Powers
    October 9
    East Bay Community Law Center
    Berkley, California
  • Todd Smith
    October 9
    Metropolitan Public Defender
    Portland, Oregon
  • Colin Bradshaw
    October 9
    Clackamas Indigent Defense Corporation
    Oregon City, Oregon
  • Rogers 2019
    February 15
    Summer science research
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