Alumni Edition, September 2019

Black and Orange Parties Are Just Around the Corner

On Thursday, September 26, alumni, parents, and friends will be hosting happy hours in over 40 cities worldwide. We hope you will join us to welcome new grads to your city, network with local Pioneers, and celebrate the L&C community near you. Find your party
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Rethinking Buddhism and Socrates

With support from the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend program, Associate Professor of Religious Studies Jessica Starling and James F. Miller Professor of Humanities and Professor of Philosophy Nicholas Smith spent their summers deep into their respective research areas. They are two of just four 2019 Oregon recipients of these highly competitive awards. Read more.
Amber Case ’08 [photo]

Homecoming and Family Weekend Registration Is Open

Mark your calendars: Homecoming and Family Weekend kicks off on Friday, October 25 and runs through Sunday, October 27. We have a full schedule of events that includes something for the whole family! More information and registration.
Amber Case ’08 [photo]

Student’s NYC Internship Expands Diversity in Arts Leadership

Art history and world languages double major Andrea Lewis BA ’21 joined a national cohort of 24 interns in the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) program this summer in New York City. DIAL works to expand diversity in arts administration by matching undergraduate students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds to leadership positions at arts nonprofits. Read more.
Amber Case ’08 [photo]

Pioneer Travel Goes Sailing

This past July, 25 alumni, parents, and friends sailed from Bellingham, Washington, to Victoria, B.C., aboard the 160-foot schooner Zodiac with Professor Emeritus Stephen Dow Beckham as their guide. Annie Mohler—parent of a Class of 2020 student—reflects, “It was clear that a lot of thought went into the planning of the trip, including a great itinerary, wonderful education, and a great vessel.” There are limited spots left for the 2019 trip to Greece and the January 2020 trip to Tanzania. Registration is now open for Pioneer Travel adventures in 2020 to Cuba, Israel and the West Bank, and Iceland. We hope you will travel with us!
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Don’t Fear the Pholcid

After years of specimen collecting, venom milking, and proteomic sequencing, arachnologist and Professor of Biology Greta Binford and her team have published evidence to put to rest a longstanding urban legend that the venom of the daddy long-legs spider is toxic to humans. Read more.

Lewis & Clark Happenings—Alumni Welcome!

October 25-27: Homecoming Weekend
November 5: Washington, D.C. event with Dean of the College Bruce Suttmeier
November 11: New York Event with Dean of the College Bruce Suttmeier
November 17: Twin Cities, MN Event with President Wiewel
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