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Community invited to Fort Lewis College for 2018 Southwest Economic Outlook

Community invited to Fort Lewis College for 2018 Southwest Economic Outlook

Thursday, January 04, 2018

The 2018 Southwest Economic Outlook, formerly the Southwest Business Forum, will be held on Thursday, January 11 at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. The event runs from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Admission and parking are free.

The Outlook offers presentations from experts in business and economics who will give their views on the current status of the economy for the Four Corners region, Colorado and the nation. Their insights and predictions will provide useful information for anyone wishing to get an idea of what’s ahead for 2018 and beyond. 

The presenters for the Southwest Economic Outlook include:

  • Dr. Tino Sonora, Professor of Economics at Fort Lewis College
  • Dr. Richard Wobbekind, Sr. Associate Dean for Academic Programs, Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder
  • Mr. Tim Quinlan, Director and Senior Economist with Wells Fargo Securities

The 2018 Southwest Economic Outlook is sponsored by Wells Fargo N.A. and hosted by the FLC School of Business Administration. For more information, contact Patrick Flores at 970-247-7294.

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FLC is closed today, Jan. 16, due to severe weather

FLC is closed today, Jan. 16, due to severe weather

All classes are canceled and all offices are closed.

Fort Lewis College first-year students are eligible for free local season ski passes

Fort Lewis College first-year students are eligible for free local season ski passes

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