President Appoints Search Committee for Chief Financial Officer Position

Following the announcement by Carl Vance that he will retire as vice president for business and finance and treasurer of Lewis & Clark next summer, President Barry Glassner has appointed a search committee to fill the position. David Ellis, vice president, secretary, and general counsel of Lewis & Clark, will chair the committee. The other members are:Continue reading “President Appoints Search Committee for Chief Financial Officer Position”

Get Money Smart with $ALT!

We understand that borrowing student loans is a big deal and we want all of our students and alumni to be successful – not only with managing debt, but with all things financial. This is why Lewis & Clark has partnered with neutral, non-profit American Student Assistance (ASA) to bring our students and alumni a FREEContinue reading “Get Money Smart with $ALT!”

Student Discovers New Species, Auctions Naming Opportunity

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Alex Young ’15 spent his summer immersed in the forests of eastern Kansas. A typical day of his research internship—pursued after deriving inspiration from Wild Trees, a book recommended by William Swindells Sr. Professor of Natural Sciences Paulette Bierzychudek—included climbing trees and collecting moss and lichen samples for later laboratory study.Continue reading “Student Discovers New Species, Auctions Naming Opportunity”

Bridging the World of Entrepreneurship and Liberal Arts

Guadalupe Triana /// ManagingEditor Google the keywords “entrepreneurship” and “liberal arts” and you’ll get a series of results commending the emerging intersection of the two words. With higher education institutions linking the two, Lewis & Clark is trying to capitalize on the trend. On Sept. 26, President Barry Glassner emphasized the importance of an entrepreneurialContinue reading “Bridging the World of Entrepreneurship and Liberal Arts”

Teach for America: Info Session

Date: 4:00pm – 5:30pm PDT October 21 Location: J. R. Howard 115 Who We Are As a Country Starts in Our Classrooms Teach For America works to eliminate injustice by finding, training, and supporting individuals who are committed to equality and placing them in high-need classrooms across the country. To achieve this goal, Teach for America: Recruits committed recent collegeContinue reading “Teach for America: Info Session”

TONIGHT: Once Upon A Weekend

Performed ONE NIGHT ONLY! Saturday, October 18 at 10pm One theme. 7 days to write. 6 plays are chosen. 1 day to cast. 2 hours to rehearse. You do the math… Don’t miss this night of collaboratively created, student written, directed and acted theatre! HOW IT WORKS: On Wed, October 8 a theme will beContinue reading “TONIGHT: Once Upon A Weekend”