Lewis & Clark Spring 2014 Events
for Admitted Students and Families
If you are prospective student who intends to apply/has applied and L&C, you are also invited!
As you prepare to make your college decision, learn more about the L&C community at a reception in your area. Join students and alumni as well as parents of current and former students, and enjoy a presentation by a member of L&C’s outstanding faculty & administration. These events are free for admitted/prospective students and families.
View the calendar below and use the form at the bottom of the page to sign up for a program in your area.
March 27 - Honolulu
March 29 - Honolulu Athletics Open House
April 1 - Seattle
April 3 - Los Angeles
April 5 - Denver
April 10 - San Francisco
April 10 - Minneapolis
April 16 - Washington, D.C.
April 10: Minneapolis
Meet local undergraduate and law alumni, parents, and admitted students, and enjoy the evening with one of L&C’s outstanding professors - Professor of Law and Director of the International Environmental Law Project, Chris Wold J.D. ’90.Thursday, April 10, 6 p.m.
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
225 Third Avenue South
Reception followed by a talk on “Will Legalizing the Ivory Trade Save the African Elephant or Drive It Closer to Extinction?”
April 10: San Francisco
Enjoy the evening with local alumni, parents, and admitted students, and learn about Lewis & Clark’s new Entrepreneurship Center and Program with the Managing Director of the Entrepreneurship Program Michael Kaplan and current student Micah Leinbach ’14.Thursday, April 10, 6 p.m.
Courtyard San Francisco Downtown
299 2nd St., San Francisco
Reception followed by a talk on “Knowledge for Impact - The Practical Application of the Liberal Arts.”
April 16: Washington, D.C.
Meet local alumni, parents, and admitted students, and enjoy the evening with one of L&C outstanding alumni - Matt Wuerker ’79, winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning.Wednesday, April 16, 6:30 p.m.
The National Press Club
529 14th St. NW,
Reception followed by a talk on “Jumping from Print to Pixels: Cartoons Adapt to the Digital Revolution.”
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