The Bark: News and Events for Students

Past Events

Wilderness First Responder measures the pulse of a patient
May 18, 2024

Wilderness First Responder Hybrid Recertification

Hybrid WFR Recertification course is open to LC students, faculty, & staff as well as the general public.

until May 18, 2024
Wilderness First Responder measures the pulse of a patient
May 17, 2024

Wilderness First Responder Hybrid Recertification

Hybrid WFR Recertification course is open to LC students, faculty, & staff as well as the general public.

until May 18, 2024
May 10, 2024

Applications Close Soon! Health + Humanities Summer Internship Funding

Lewis & Clark students who have a Summer ’24 internship in health + humanities are eligible to apply for funding to support their work.

Up to three students will be awarded funding to support internships in health + humanities with organizations that contribute to healing through narrative. We encourage you to think broadly and boldly about this definition!
Applications for Summer ’24 internship funding close Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Details and application materials are at the link below.

Support is made possible by the Center for Community and Global Health and a grant from Mellon Foundation.

H+H Internship Funding Program Page

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Announcements

Announcements, faculty
Colorful strands of DNA entwined together

Decoding Cellular ‘Shape-Shifters’

Biologist Sharon Torigoe and her students investigate the mechanisms that determine a cell’s fate.

Announcements

Academic English Studies Program to Become Section of World Languages and Literatures

At the end of spring semester, the Academic English Studies (AES) program will no longer be a stand-alone program that offers full-time academic English courses to non-degree-seeking international students.

Announcements
Cooper posing outside near a gazebo, wearing a blue button-up short sleeve shirt and glasses.

Senior Speaker: Cooper Kroll BA ’24

Cooper Kroll BA ’24 will address graduates at the College of Arts and Sciences commencement on May 4.

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Opportunities

Opportunities
Buildings Crew Woodshop

Facilities is hiring full-time summer student workers! 

Positions are limited, and we are actively hiring as applications come in so don’t delay - Submit your application today!

Opportunities

Strengthen Narrative Competency with Narrative Scribe Training

With support from the Mellon Foundation, Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative (NWNMC) is developing Narrative Scribe Training.

The curriculum builds on narrative medicine practices of listening and witnessing. The training develops skills of listening deeply to stories of health, illness, and healing and reflecting on how listening and witnessing can contribute to social change. Narrative Scribe Training will be held in-person on-campus at Lewis & Clark College on Saturday, February, 24 and registration is now open. 

Opportunities

Submit Your ASB Winter Wish (Nov. 19-29)

Peers wish for gifts for their peers—and ASB grants them! 

Opportunities
Winterim

Winterim 2024

Applications are now open for limited spots in the Bates Center’s flagship program Winterim which features 60 speakers, mentors and judges for 30 students in a fast-paced week that culminates in a pitch competition with $8,000 of cash prizes.

No prior entrepreneurial experience is required or expected. Priority deadline is November 15.

Join us from January 7 - 12, 2024. 

 

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