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March, 2011

"I chose Adventure Education because..."
Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Spencer Lewis Tyler, TX Junior Major: Adventure Education I chose Adventure Education as my major because I enjoy the outdoors, as well as teaching others. There have been several experiences that I love, but what has made me so engage ... Read the rest of entry »

Do what you love--become an outdoor educator!
Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Students explore Ruby-Horsethief Canyon during a wilderness course. Photo by student Kayla Marie Watson. Whoever thought of putting the Fort Lewis College campus in such a beautiful and diverse landscape loaded with opportunities for outdoor adve ... Read the rest of entry »

Exhibit explores Fort Lewis College’s beginnings
Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The original Fort Lewis, at its location in Hesperus, Colorado, in May 1888. In the early 1960s, Fort Lewis College became what we know it as today -- a four-year baccalaureate-awarding institution located on a scenic mesa above the town of Du ... Read the rest of entry »

Erin Lehmer's research featured in ScienceNews
Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Dr. Erin Lehmer, assistant professor of Biology at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO, was featured in a January ScienceNews article on sudden aspen decline and the effect on deer mice carrying the sin nombre virus. Click here to read the article. ... Read the rest of entry »

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 »

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