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Molding minds, large and small

Molding minds, large and small

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Clay family’s connection to FLC spans three generations, and a new fund will keep that legacy going. The James and Cheryl Clay Fund will benefit students with day-care expenses at the on-campus Campbell Child & Family Center.

Jim is a professor emeritus of Economics, and his wife, Cheryl, is a professor emerita of Teacher Education and founder of the Campbell Center. Their son, Paul (Economics, ’98), is now on the faculty in the School of Business Administration. Paul’s wife, Marnie (Chemistry, ’98), is coordinator for the MARC program on campus. And Paul and Marnie’s son, Fred, is attending the Campbell Center this year.

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Working and playing hard has made this alumnus a Colorado Renaissance man

Working and playing hard has made this alumnus a Colorado Renaissance man

Mayor, distiller, and outdoorsman P. T. Wood embraces the mountain-town spirit in his living, working, and politicking.

Undergraduate scientists share the joy of science with local kids

Undergraduate scientists share the joy of science with local kids

A collaboration between the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department and Durango’s Powerhouse Science Center gives local children hands-on science explorations and undergraduate scientists teaching experience.

Faculty team witnesses the migrant experience in Tijuana

Faculty team witnesses the migrant experience in Tijuana

Five faculty members traveled to Tijuana, Mexico, to experience firsthand what life is like among the "migrant caravan" seeking refuge in the United States, a trip that affected them all professionally and personally. 

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