Aas-Rouxparis, Nicole (Professor Emeritus of French, 1989-2011)

Title
Aas-Rouxparis, Nicole (Professor Emeritus of French, 1989-2011)
Description
Nicole Aas-Rouxparis was born and raised in Algeria. She was an exchange student during her senior year of high school in Albany, Oregon, and when the Algerian War for Independence ended she moved to Portland to attend Portland State. There she got her undergraduate degree. In her final semester, she began working at Lewis and Clark as an adjunct French professor in 1989. She sees the creation of the Senegal study abroad program as her legacy at Lewis and Clark. She has two daughters and one son; two of her children attended LC while she was a professor. Although having officially retired three years ago in 2011, Nicole enjoys coming back to LC to teach one class a semester, attend basketball games, music and theatre performances, and to play tennis with other professors.

Oral history interview of Lewis & Clark alumnus Nicole Aas-Rouxparis, conducted by Francesca Sparaco on October 21, 2014. History Department, Fall Semester, 2014.
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Lewis & Clark College
Date
20141021
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