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  • Erica Thorson, clinical professor at IELP, discusses her recent trip to Morocco, where she participated in a workshop to help customs officials understand the laws governing the exportation of Barbary macaques.
  • Notes from the Students Speak discussion on September 17, 2009.
  • This is a feedback discussion guideline with questions to prompt helpful, relevant feedback after or throughout a College Outdoors trip. Feedback is most efficient when immediate and specific, so please consider that when giving it!

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  • Renee Allums
    June 12
    Alumna Renee Allums ’18 speaks to why she didn’t quit on Portland. Over the last four years, Emerging Leaders, the nonprofit Ryan Buchanan helped found, has placed 322 students of color in paid internships in the Portland area.
  • August 24
    Check out these tips on finding lost hikers
  • May 17
    On February 6, alumni, parents, and friends of Lewis & Clark enjoyed an evening with President Wim Wiewel at the Kahala Hotel in Honolulu. Attendees also congratulated recently admitted students from the area who attended
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    May 17
    On April 2, over 120 students, donors, and friends attended the Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. More than 90 percent of Lewis & Clark undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance to attend the college.
  • Chris and Mardra Jay with Moises Rios, a graduate student in professional mental health counselin...
    May 17
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  • Susan and John Bates
    February 13
    Extending Support for Students
  • February 13
    Extending Support for Students
  • February 13
    Extending Support for Students
  • Denver Event at the Kimpton Hotel Born
    November 6
  • 2018 Philanthropy Leadership Dinner
    November 5
  • Professor Emeritus Roger Paget
    November 5
  • June 8
    On April 3, over 125 students, donors, and friends attended the Scholarship Recognition Luncheon. More than 90 percent of Lewis & Clark undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance to attend the college.
  • June 8
    This spring, Lewis & Clark hosted a series of special gatherings around the country for alumni, parents, and friends of the college.
  • Beth Miller BS ’73
    June 6
    Gifts announced by Beth Miller BS ’73, Craig and Carrie MacLeod, and Dorris and Patrick Nielson BA ’71.
  • April 18
    College Outdoors takes students on enriching adventures outside the classroom.
  • February 13
    The Lewis & Clark College Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to divest from all fossil fuel holdings in the endowment.
  • Carla Cavenago-Salazar BA ’89, Chuck Charnquist BS ’58, and Ginger Moshofsky BA ’83 share a...
    February 9
    On December 12, nearly 140 holiday revelers descended on the Cooley House, the president’s residence, to celebrate the season. President Wim Wiewel and his wife, Alice, hosted the special gathering for those in the college’s Leadership Society and Heritage Society.
  • President Wim Wiewel with Susan Bates and Life Trustee John Bates
    February 9
    Gifts announced by John and Susan Bates, Stephanie Fowler MA ’97 and Irving Levin, and
    Pat Mahaffy BA ’85; Center for Entrepreneurship gains new name.
  • October 26
    On October 2, the Lewis & Clark community celebrated President Wim Wiewel’s first official day on campus. The festive event included musical performances, cake and other goodies, and hearty good wishes for Wiewel’s new presidency.
  • October 26
    Generous support from donors has been vital to Lewis & Clark’s success since its founding in 1867. So, in tribute to philanthropy’s long-standing and future impact, our Leadership Society now celebrates those whose gifts to the institution total $1,867 or more annually.
  • August 16
    Funds one-year Masters at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Subjects of study are public policy, economics and business, and International Studies
  • August 16
    The Mitchell Scholars Program, named to honor former US Senator George Mitchell’s pivotal contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process, is designed to introduce and connect generations of future American leaders to the island of Ireland, while recognizing and fostering intellectual achievement, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service
  • July 27
    Knight-Hennessy Scholars receive funding to attend a graduate program at Stanford University and form a multidisciplinary community “dedicated to finding creative solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.”
  • July 27
    Rhodes Scholars are chosen not only for their outstanding scholarly achievements, but for their character, commitment to others and to the common good, and for their potential for leadership in whatever domains their careers may lead.
  • June 14
    Perhaps Interim President Ellis said it best, “On March 15, our community expressed its love for Lewis & Clark thousands of times over.”
  • June 13
    On April 6, Lewis & Clark hosted the first-ever Philanthropy Leadership and Scholarship Dinner at the Atrium at Montgomery Park in Portland.
  • Interim President David Ellis;  Don Anderegg and his wife, Sue; and Don’s parents, Billie and  ...
    June 13
    Don Anderegg has worked as a carpenter at Lewis & Clark for 20 years, building many friendships and a special appreciation for “this amazing place” and its students.
  • March 16
    What if, in exchange for making a gift to Lewis & Clark, you could receive a stream of fixed payments for life; secure a charitable deduction for your income taxes; and benefit students and professors in lasting ways that mean the most to you?

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