Collaborative Research at L&C

Lewis & Clark Collaborative Research Program

Lewis & Clark College has been awarded a $700,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon foundation to develop and implement over the next four years a program to enhance student-faculty collaborative interdisciplinary research in the arts, humanities and humanistic social sciences. There are two components of the program, one that targets increased opportunities for faculty and students in the classroom, and another that enhances student-faculty collaborative research in the summers. The summer research portion of the grant is being administered under the college’s existing Summer Collaborative Faculty/Student Research Program. A description of the classroom portion of the grant and the first annual call for proposals can be found here.

John S. Rogers Science Program

The John S. Rogers Science Research Program, which is supported in part by the James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation and works in partnership with L&C’s Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Undergraduate Science Education Program, prepares outstanding students for careers in the sciences by supporting collaborative scientific research between students and faculty. The program aims to attract and retain outstanding students and faculty in the mathematical and natural sciences. Rogers fellows are trained as scientists, but as scientists who have a responsibility to communicate the purpose and results of their work to a general audience.

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Festival of Scholars

The Festival of Scholars showcases student research, performance, and art from across the curriculum. It is a day in which we celebrate and promote the academic, intellectual, scientific, scholarly, and artistic values at the heart of what Lewis & Clark does.

Read more about The Festival of Scholars at Lewis & Clark

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