Friday, May 19, 2017
An army of AmeriCorps volunteers spent two months this spring working on everything from irrigation systems to ditches at the Old Fort campus south of Hesperus. Learn why they volunteered for such hard work.
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A wildfire is a quickly and frequently changing situation. Given this kind of fluid data, it's often hard for the public to get the vital up-to-date information they need to deal. For the 416 Fire near Durango, helping get out that kind of timely and essential information is where Fort Lewis College comes in.
Students in Stacey Sotosky's Digital Video Production class collaborated with the Geology Department and Rocky Mountain PBS on a documentary about Durango's rocky relationship with uranium. Duranium garnered a large turnout at its premiere in February at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, in Golden.
Dan Gallagher (Business Administration, ’89), a former Fort Lewis College basketball player, is creating a scholarship program to help future members of the Skyhawks men’s basketball team earn their education and contribute on the court. The scholarship, called the Nancy Elizabeth Gallagher Basketball Scholarship, is named in honor of Dan’s mother.