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  • Interviewed for news segment “Detective Charged With Forgery in White Supremacist Murder Spree Investigation.” KPTV News, December 3, 2014.

  • Interviewed for news segment “OSP Detective Expected to Plead Guilty.” KGW News, December 3, 2014.

  • Interviewed for “Richarson Asks Federal Prosecutor to Investigate Kitzhaber, Hayes.” KATU News, October 23, 2014.

  • Interviewed for “The Ethics Around Cylvia Hayes’ Official Role.” KOIN Local 6, October 15, 2014.

  • Interviewed for “Kitzhaber Continues to Deny Fiancée Blurred Personal, Professional Lines.” KATU News, October 10, 2014.

  • We currently offer three endorsement specializations: Reading (Language and Literacy), ESOL (and ESOL/Bilingual), and Special Education. All of the endorsement programs have the requirements for the Oregon Continuing Teaching License embedded. In addition, endorsements may be added to master’s degree programs in Curriculum and Instruction. We also offer a specialized Master of Education with Special Education Endorsement program.

  • The classes are offered in the summer and evenings to accommodate the working educator. Most endorsements are completed within 1-3 years. If you apply for a master’s degree, you are expected to complete the degree program within 5 years.

  • We have offered ESOL courses on-line. We also offer classes in communities in the Portland metro area, central Oregon, eastern Oregon and other locations around the state.

    • M.Ed.: Curriculum and Instruction: This degree allows you to design a highly flexible program that may include one or more of the endorsements we offer.
    • M.Ed.: Special Education is a master’s degree for licensed teachers who seek to earn a degree and complete the requirements for a special educator endorsement with a focus on k-12 students who have special behavioral and academic needs.
  • While we encourage you to be admitted to your program as close to the start of the program as possible, you may register for and take a class at any time (using “special student” registration). However, you may only complete 9 hours of credit before you must be admitted to a program.


  • Photos from “Nailed It”: Screening and Q&A with Filmmaker Adele Pham
    We had a wonderful evening exploring and uncovering the real history of the Vietnamese nail salon with filmmaker Adele Pham. “Nailed It” takes viewers from Los Angeles to the Bronx to meet the diverse people and relationships behind the booming and enigmatic nail salon trade. 

    In virtually every city, state, and strip mall across the U.S., people get their nails done in salons likely owned by Vietnamese entrepreneurs. We explored how this community came to dominate an $8 billion dollar nail economy.

    This event was brought to you by Ethnic Studies, Rhetoric and Media Studies, Asian Studies, Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement, Student Activities, Asian Student Union, Black Student Union, Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Vietnamese Portland project at Watzek Library.



  • July 10
    Welcome to the College’s innovative  core program for incoming first-year students.  “We’re so pleased to have you join us,” states Nora Beck, Director of Exploration and Discovery.
  • September 24
    Zoom has introduced some useful new features in the most recent updates 5.2.2 and 5.3.0.
  • December 9

    Lewis & Clark College screens documentary film
    featuring six decades of Portland dance

  • July 26
    “The Soros Justice Fellowships fund outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system. The fellowships are part of a larger effort within the Open Society Foundations to reduce the destructive impact of current criminal justice policies on the lives of individuals, families, and communities in the United States by challenging the overreliance on incarceration and extreme punishment, and ensuring a fair and accountable system of justice.”
  • March 8
    Earthrise filed a petition today on behalf of the Northwest Environmental Advocates (NWEA), the Northwest Environmental Defense Center (NEDC), and fish advocate, Bill Bakke, seeking to force Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to address the enormous backlog of administratively continued Clean Water Act permits, known as “Zombie Permits.”
  • November 7

    Lewis & Clark students bring ideas explored in the classroom to life in the lab.  

  • October 24
    The recipe for an award-winning documentary about Portland’s vibrant food truck scene? Take one experienced documentary film-making professor. Add two dozen students. Mix in 400 food trucks and carts. Stir consistently for 3 years. Serve at international film festival. Read the full story in the new issue of the Chronicle.
  • August 22
    Meet four of our dynamic professors.
  • December 11
    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the law school, we present interesting numerical facts about the school and its history, as well as thank those who have already given to our Centennial Campaign.
  • November 25
    Earthrise law professor and attorney Allison LaPlante argues before Ninth Circuit court in a case, Center for Biodiversity vs. USFS, involving the California Condor in the Kaibab National Forest.
  • October 2
    Summer internships provide Lewis & Clark students an opportunity to gain practical work experience in their fields of interest.
  • August 14
    At Lewis & Clark you will discover the world—and find your place in it.
  • July 27

    Our student-athletes share the keys to a Lewis & Clark education.

  • April 17
    Students name Assistant Professor of Theatre Rebecca Lingafelter the Teacher of the Year. Watch her acceptance speech in this short video.
  • February 9
    Life at Lewis & Clark provides ample opportunities for student growth.
  • Tom Buchele outside Jackson County Courthouse steps
    February 6
    Earthrise clients granted motion to intervene in Jackson County’s genetically engineered crop ban.
  • January 8

    Meet three of our dynamic professors.

  • December 8
    As the holiday season is upon us, we reflect on the past year and on the photos that capture how it feels to be a Lewis & Clark Pioneer.
  • September 30
    Summer internships prepare students for life after Lewis & Clark.
  • August 5
    Meet four of our exceptional professors.
  • June 26
    Grant-funded research by Lewis & Clark students and faculty is the focus of a new website.
  • June 18
    Hundreds of alumni reconnect on Palatine Hill June 19-22.
  • May 29
    Our student-athletes thrive while balancing athletics and academics.
  • May 25
    As the capstone experience for graduating art majors, the Senior Art Exhibition represents more than just students’ studio art experiences. For students of the liberal arts, the exhibition is the culmination of diverse undergraduate careers, with work infused by lessons in philosophy, mathematics, music, and computer science.
  • May 15
    At Lewis & Clark, more than 20 percent of the student body participate in one of 19 NCAA Division III sports. Students don’t compete for sports scholarships, or cut short their educations to go pro. Instead, our students thrive in an environment in which they can pursue athletics while fulfilling their academic potential.
  • May 12

    Lewis & Clark is a private college with a public conscience and global reach. Here you’ll work with some of the world’s most fascinating people and learn more about yourself in the process. In this video, students describe what they were looking for in a college and how they decided to enroll at Lewis & Clark.

  • May 12
    After 38 years working in various offices across the Lewis & Clark campus, Associate Vice President for Campus Life Michael Ford is retiring.
  • May 6
    Liliana Urbain ’14 is an English major from San Carlos, California. 
  • May 2
    At Lewis & Clark College, a living-learning community is a residential setting where all people share common interests and can explore those interests more deeply than is usually possible in a traditional dorm setting.
  • April 25
    How does the surface chemistry of gold nanoparticles change when they are transferred into natural environments? Assistant Professor of Chemistry Ann Bentley and Keira Roberts ’15 investigate gold nanoparticles.
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