Before you jump into a safe, long-awaited summer, please consider submitting digital files, videos, or images that represent your time at L&C during the pandemic. We have all lived through history this year. With your help, we can document this unprecedented time. Submissions from in-person and remote students welcome. All students who submit something will be given the chance to win one of three $50 gift cards to Amazon!
With funding from the Faculty Library Ed Tech Committee, student and faculty collaborators are putting together an archive of various ephemera from the pandemic in 2020 and 2021. It will be a digital archive, hosted through Watzek Library’s Archives & Special Collections.
Two recent Lewis & Clark alumni have been awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. Three other L&C alumni have been given honorable mentions.
Helen Cecile Nowatka BA ’22 and Armando Montoya Rodriguez BA ’22 both earned awards at this year’s Toyama Cup Japanese Speech Contest, an annual competition cosponsored by the Toyama Prefectural Government of Japan and the Japan-America Society of Oregon.
Emily Hayes-Rich BA ’19, Stephen Holden Jones BA ’18, and David Manicke BA ’21 have recently been awarded Fulbright research grants, while last year’s winners, Noah Foster-Koth BA ’19 and Cole Harris BA ’20, are now hoping to begin their postponed fellowships. The Fulbright Program was particularly competitive this year, with applications up 12 percent.
Medical Consultation and COVID Support for Students in Residence or Taking Summer Classes, 2021 (including guidelines for isolation and quarantine)
This guidance applies to the period between May 7th-August 24th, 2021.