Eight new faculty members joined Lewis & Clark this year, invigorating the community with their teaching and research talents.
Katharin Altpeter-Jones, assistant professor of German. Ph.D. 2003 Duke University. Teaching interests: German, medieval and early modern German literature, women writers.
Nikolaus Loening, assistant professor of chemistry. Ph.D. 1991 University of Cambridge. Teaching interests: Physical chemistry.
Orla McDonagh, instructor in music. M.M. 1998 Indiana University. Teaching interests: Piano, theory.
Jay Odenbaugh, assistant professor of philosophy. Ph.D. 2001 University of Calgary. Teaching interests: Philosophy of biology, environmental ethics, philosophy of science.
Will Pritchard, assistant professor of English. Ph.D. 1998 University of Chicago. Teaching interests: Restoration and 18th-century literature and culture.
Graduate School of Education
Melanie Quinn, instructor in teacher education. M.Ed. 2001 Lewis & Clark College Graduate School of Education. Teaching interests: Language and literacy development in young children.
Linda Wolf, assistant professor of teacher education. M.A.T. 2003 Lewis & Clark College Graduate School of Education. Teaching interests: English to speakers of other languages.
School of Law
Geoffrey Manne, assistant professor of law. J.D. 1997 University of Chicago Law School. Teaching interests: Law and economics, corporations, international economic law, nonprofits, antitrust.
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