The Fort Lewis College Foundation recently elected officers and directors at its annual meeting. Gene Bradley was reelected as chair of the Foundation Board of Directors. John Francis was selected to serve as vice chair and Keith Newbold will serve as secretary. Mel Owen was welcomed as treasurer.
Upon graduating many FLC alumni look to the horizon for more excitement, while also wanting to do some good in the world.
Never again will Noah Garcia take for granted that he can turn on a faucet and enjoy fresh, clean water.
The 20-year-old senior Engineering major with a Spanish minor has traveled to remote villages in Ecuador and Nicaragua with Fort Lewis College Engineers Without Borders, where he has helped design water systems while serving as a translator between students and villagers — a job that requires him to be “on” from dawn until well after dusk.
U.S. Senator Michael Bennet to offer Commencement Address
There will be something new and historic at Fort Lewis College’s Spring Commencement 2015. For the first time in more than a century of existence as a public educational institution, FLC will award master’s degrees alongside its undergraduate degrees.
Miss Hozhoni for 2015-16 is Nicole Lovato, a junior Native American & Indigenous Studies major from Santo Domingo Pueblo in New Mexico. Lovato is active with the Native American Center, loves doing outdoor activities, and carries a 4.0 GPA.