The 80th Annual Colorado Archaeological Society Conference will be held on campus on October 10, with featured keynote speaker Doug Owsley of the Smithsonian Institution.
Alumnus Mark Brammer (Anthropology, '04) was just named the director of the Wyoming State Museum.
Alumna Marissa Molina (Political Science, '14) was featured by 9NewsDenver for her work that led to being honored by the White House as a Champion of Change. [VIDEO]
The FLC Cycling Team earned 2nd place in Track Nationals at the Division I level.
Betty M.E. “Liz” Ross, the new Director of the Small Business Development Center at FLC, is the first SBDC director in Colorado to be of Native American descent.
Alumnus Eric Coble (English, '90) was named the first recipient of the River Prize from the Boise Contemporary Theatre.
Alumna Marchell Fletcher was honored by the Sports Car Club of America for her contributions to the advancement and success of women in motor sports. A new award, "The Fletcher Cup", was named after her.
Associate Professor of Political Science Yohannes Woldemariam was interviewed by the British Broadcasting Corporation about the increasing numbers of Syrian refugees and their impact on African migrants in Europe. [PODCAST]
Alumna Adrianne Chalepah (English, '09) was profiled by blogger Jonathan Rex for her work as a Native American comedian.
Brett Davis, coordinator of Outdoor Pursuits, was featured on Adventure Sports Podcast for his recent bike packing and pack rafting trip.
Alumna Teal Stetson-Lee took her pro-cycling career in a new direction by creating a cyclocross event in Reno, Nevada.
Richard Fulton, Lorien Chambers Schuldt, and Jennifer Rider, all in the Teacher Education Department, were honored with the 2015 CABE President's Award for their work with the Bilingual, Culturally Linguistic Diverse Education endorsement in Navajo.
Physics & Engineering Professor Ryan Haaland was mentioned in a LiveScience article about the sprites viewed from the International Space Station on August 10.
“Famous Water,” a poem authored by English Senior Lecturer Steven Meyers, has been published by Sage Green Journal, an online poetry journal that focuses on Western poets.
Brent Williams, assistant professor of Music, has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the San Juan Symphony, which draws musicians from Fort Lewis College and the Four Corners region.
Biology Professor Julie Korb had an article published in Forest Ecology and Management titled “Five-year post-restoration conditions and simulated climate-change trajectories in a warm/dry mixed-conifer forest, southwestern Colorado, USA.”
Geosciences Professor Gary Gianniny lent his expertise about the Animas River Spill to another Al-Jazeera interview.
Inside Durango TV covered the five-year $1.1 million grant award to the STEM Success Center.
Laurie Williams, associate professor of Physics & Engineering, is part of a team whose work on methane leaks was reported on by the New York Times.
Geosciences professor Gary Gianniny was consulted as an expert in Al-Jazeera's coverage of the aftermath of the Animas River mine waste spill.
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