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New building offers a home for space tracking partnership with U.S. Air Force

What sets the plot of the 2013 hit film “Gravity” in motion is space debris hurtling around in orbit, tearing apart a space shuttle and stranding George Clooney and Sandra Bullock. It’s a catastrophe that’s not as far fetched as one might think, at least the part about renegade space junk turning a shuttle or satellite into, well, more space junk.

FLC to break ground for new Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Building

The official groundbreaking for Fort Lewis College’s new Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Building will take place on Friday, October 17 at 12 p.m. at the northwest corner of Berndt Hall along Rim Drive. Everyone is welcome.

Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Building receives second phase of funding from state

The Colorado Legislative Council Staff announced today that the state would fund phase two of the Fort Lewis College Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Building.

New Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Building an investment in the future

Demolition began on a section of Berndt Hall that will be the new home of the Fort Lewis College Geosciences, Physics, and Engineering (GPE) Building. The new building will be three times larger than the old structure, which was built in 1968. Completion of the new facility is expected in fall 2016.

Trip to Hawaii gives students up-close look at volcanoes

If you're a Geology major and want to get a sense of what a volcano is like, then you need to stick your rock hammer into fresh lava. That's what students were able to do over spring break, when Geosciences professors Jim Collier and Lauren Heerschap took a dozen students to Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park in March.

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