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Teachers Without Borders brings the world to campus
Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Today the whole world is a classroom, thanks to web-based information and internet-woven connections. Also, though, thanks to the very real in-person sharing and collaboration that happens when people turn those online connections into exchanges and visits. 

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Cooperative Education program puts students into the world
Sunday, January 15, 2012

Dr. Derek Graff stands with his cooperative education student, Steele Brimhall, in his dental office. The Cooperative Education program at Fort Lewis College bridges the classroom and the workplace for students seeking to deepen their learning ... Read the rest of entry »

Dr. Majel Boxer named one of 12 Emerging Scholars by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine
Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Dr. Majel Boxer in her Fort Lewis College office in the Center of Southwest Studies. Each year, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine features 12 rising researchers, thinkers and leaders in its Emerging Scholars edition. In the January ... Read the rest of entry »

Fort Lewis College's Centennial Commencement
Monday, December 19, 2011

Fort Lewis College’s 2011 Fall Commencement ceremony might be considered the official end of the College’s centennial year. It also represented the end of the undergraduate academic careers of around 180 FLC students. At the same time, Commencement marks a new beginning for both Fort Lewis College and its newest alumni, a second century for one and a new life as a college graduate for the other.

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Dr. Linda Mack Berven engages choral students to develop new alma mater song
Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Dr. Linda Mack Berven directs the concert choir in the new alma mater. When Dene Kay Thomas took the helm as president at Fort Lewis College, one item on her long list of priorities was to revise the college’s alma mater, which had not b ... Read the rest of entry »

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