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The most winningest coach in men’s soccer history and ’05 National Champions team were inducted into the RMAC Hall of Fame on July 12. FLC women’s golf were also recognized at the ceremony, winning the 2018-19 Brechler Award for the top women’s golf grade point average in the conference.
The formal paths make it easier for PCC students with an associate degree to transfer into the same academic program at FLC and pursue a four-year degree.
For Joshua Been (Art, '99), a career in art has been an art unto itself.
A bill signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis extends state financial assistance to undocumented students living in Colorado.
Harris’ gift funds programming and scholarships for several athletic teams and student organizations.
FLC placed in the top 100 of Great Value Colleges' ranking of the "Most Affordable Small Colleges West of the Mississippi."
School of Business Administration Dean Steve Elias has been named Vice Chair of the AACSB Small School Network for 2019-2020.
When Assistant Professor of Management Carma Claw started teaching at FLC this summer, she became the first Navajo business professor in the country.
Shane Seibel (Business Management, '13) was named executive director of the Southern Ute Growth Fund, which operates and manages the Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s businesses and business investments.
Nearly 400 students were named to Fort Lewis College's Dean's List for the Spring 2019 semester. These students took at least 15 credits of gradable hours and achieved a 3.60 or higher grade point average.
Professor of Music and president-elect of the Colorado Music Educators Association, Mark Walters convened with more than 100 national music education leaders to meet with Congressional lawmakers in...
Elementary schoolers are learning how to identify physical characteristics of people from simulated human remains through a program at Durango's Powerhouse Museum designed by Anthropology students.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Callie Cole received a $20,000 Primarily Undergraduate Institution grant from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry to support undergraduate research.
Durango is #1 on Livability.com's list of "Best Home Base Cities for Adventure Enthusiasts."
A team of engineering students competed in the First Nations Launch competition at the Richard Bong State Recreation Area, in Wisconsin.
Professor of History Andrew Gulliford's book The Woolly West: Colorado’s Hidden History of Sheepscapes won the 2019 Colorado Book Award for History.
The reasons for the resurgence of President Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua is the topic of an essay in The Conversation by Associate Professor of Sociology Benjamin Waddell.
Five students braved cool, wet spring weather and mud to volunteer their time with San Juan Mountains Association and BLM staff to plant native trees and shrubs along the Dolores River.
Professor of Biology Cynthia Dott was interviewed by KSJD about the effects of high water releases from McPhee Reservoir on riparian health on the Dolores River.
Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studies Keri Brandt and Professor of Sociology Janine Fitzgerald, both ranchers, discussed “zombie agriculture," which raises food from dead soil, on the Radio Cafe's "Down to Earth" podcast.
Associate Professor of Biology Heidi Steltzer has been selected to author a section of an upcoming special report from the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on climate change in high mountain areas.
This year's Boston Marathon included two FLCers: Associate Professor of Biology Steven Fenster and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Matthew Welz, who finished with times of 2:55:45 and 3:09:27.
KDUR journalist Sarah Flower, Journalism & Multimedia Studies majors Ryan Simonovich and Alex Semadeni, and Shane Benjamin (English, '99) won top awards from the Colorado Press Association and the Colorado Associated Press Editors for their reporting with The Durango Herald.
A portfolio by Design major and Marketing & Communications intern Christina Lopez that included a brochure promoting FLC's Graduate Studies programs took Best in Show at the AIGA Student & Young Professionals Portfolio Review in Colorado Springs.
Cyclist Sarah Sturm (Art, '12) won the pro women's criterium road race at the Sea Otter Bicycle Classic, in Salinas, California.