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Students become scientists through research projects
Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Through faculty-led research projects, students become scientists. Here are summaries of 10 of the scientific projects currently being investigated by faculty-student research teams in the Department of Biology at Fort Lewis College. Forensic ent ... Read the rest of entry »

Matt Morris brilliantly balances basketball and school work
Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Matt Morris brings a competitive drive to his studies in finance and economics. For Skyhawks basketball standout Matt Morris, academics and athletics go hand in hand. And the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference agrees: In January, Morris was na ... Read the rest of entry »

School of Business Proves It's Among the Best
Friday, February 11, 2011

Marketing professor Ken Hunt engages students during a class held in the Education & Business Hall's atrium. The cost of being among the best is that you have to keep proving you measure up. That's the position the School ... Read the rest of entry »

Professors Chris and Doug Lyon show alumni pride
Thursday, February 10, 2011

Chris and Doug Lyon in a familiar location--a classroom in the Education & Business Hall. They started as students in the School of Business Administration in the 1980s, and now they are a husband-and-wife team guiding SOBA students to the ... Read the rest of entry »

Undergraduate research makes a big contribution to understanding the origins of the Navajo Volcanic field
Sunday, May 23, 2010

What if you wanted to figure out how an ancient volcano formed? Since there is no active eruption, you can't just go watch, and since there's human-record of the event you can't find the answer in a book.

Where you have to look is inside the rocks themselves that were born from the volcano, with the help of highly sophisticated and specialized instruments.

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