Experienced Dancers Highlight Inaugural LC State Dance Roster

Dance | 08.02.2023

LEWISTON, Idaho – The Lewis-Clark State Dance team announced its inaugural roster composed of 13 student-athletes. The squad features eight returners from the club team including two seniors and six sophomores.  
"The foundation is set for a bright future with LC State Dance," coach Christa Davis said. "Our two seniors worked diligently the past three years, initially as members of the club team, to lay the groundwork for success. I deeply treasure their passion for dance and example of servant leadership." 

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Johnston studies wildfires and air quality

With smoke from wildfires becoming an annual summer occurrence in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley, questions abound about air quality and the health risks associated with the smoke to area residents.

Nancy Johnston, an associate professor of chemistry at Lewis-Clark State College, shares the curiosity, which is why she has been diligently working to find some answers.

Johnston has been studying the valley’s air quality since receiving a grant from the Idaho IDeA Network of Research Excellence (INBRE) in 2019. Last month, she was part of a group that received another grant to study the wildfire smoke in the West.

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Heather Van Mullem earns SHAPE award

In August 2022, Heather Van Mullem was selected as the Society of Health and Physical Educators’ (SHAPE) 2021-22 Collegiate Educator of the Year for the state of Idaho. Read more about this honor here.

"Evolution Gone Wrong" by Alex Bezzerides

Evolution Gone Wrong

Check out Dr. Bezzerides' talk for the Teacher Institute for Evolutionary Science.

You can find Dr. Bezzerides' book anywhere that books are sold (such as Amazon):

"To Be a Better Coach" by Pete Van Mullem

To Be a better coach

Learn more about Dr. Van Mullem's publications here.

Studying SARS-CoV-2 in Wastewater

Jacob, Leigh, Kenedi and Teresa outside of SAC hall

"Lewis-Clark State College has received a grant for $137,700 to study area wastewater treatment plants to measure for levels of SARS-CoV-2, which could help predict outbreaks of COVID-19 in advance to aid local healthcare professionals..." Keep reading here.