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Teacher Licensure launches new master’s program

Teacher Licensure launches new master’s program

Fort Lewis College is taking a bold step forward—and all aspiring teachers can join the adventure. Applications are now open for FLC’s new Master of Arts in Education: Teacher Licensure program. The two-year program enables participants to earn a master’s degree in education, as well as a Colorado teaching certificate.

Local financial internship integrates students with careers

Local financial internship integrates students with careers

Durango contains an economic ecosystem as rich as its natural setting. Here, Fort Lewis College students can experience working with nationally competitive companies while staying close to home. One such company is Vantiv Integrated Payments, which offers paid internships during the summer months to students from the School of Business Administration.

Engineering students change the landscape

Engineering students change the landscape

This fall, seven Engineering students put themselves on the map—literally—when they completed FLC’s first student-designed and student-constructed building.

From provost to provider, Roderick keeps giving

From provost to provider, Roderick keeps giving

The Fort Lewis College Foundation has announced the endowment of what is now to be known as the Stephen A. Roderick Endowed Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is designated to support Fort Lewis College students in the Teacher Education program.

Food System

Food System

How can you conceptualize something as abstract as a food system?

How can you conceptualize something as abstract as a food system?

Growing Forward: The Environmental Center plants the seeds for the next 25 years

Growing Forward: The Environmental Center plants the seeds for the next 25 years

Growing Forward: The Environmental Center plants the seeds for the next 25 years

Growing Forward: The Environmental Center plants the seeds for the next 25 years

Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples Day

Inaugural holiday celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

Inaugural holiday celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

1949 Aggies

1949 Aggies

1949 Aggies still huddle as a team

1949 Aggies still huddle as a team

Alumna goes full steam into historic-train events planning career

Alumna goes full steam into historic-train events planning career

When Holli Hipwell graduated from Fort Lewis College, she figured she’d have to move away to find fulfillment as an event planner. But not only is she still based in Durango three years later, she now gets to bring holiday magic to life for kids and kid-spirited adults across the country. Hipwell (Business Administration, ’13) works as a brand coordinator with Durango-based Rail Events, Inc., collaborating with a variety of tourist railroads to stage licensed events on their passenger trains.

Students give back by picking up

Students give back by picking up

On Saturday, September 24th, FLC’s Outdoor Pursuits program began a two-day service project near Bluff, Utah. Sixteen members of the Fort Lewis College community -- thirteen students and three OP staff members -- comprised this hard-working group.

Antarctic journey will teach biology professor about more than science

Antarctic journey will teach biology professor about more than science

“There is a gap between science and society, one that cannot be bridged just by doing more science,” says Associate Professor of Biology Heidi Steltzer. “Leadership is needed. This project is an opportunity to understand myself better and learn leadership skills to determine a role I can take in bridging this gap.”

Professor probes into the emotions of politics

Professor probes into the emotions of politics

Paul DeBell, assistant professor of Political Science, explores a familiar but little-understood side of politics: the emotions they make us feel. Political psychology is essentially the study of how people’s feelings about politics affect their political behavior. This approach emerged in the late ’80s and early ’90s, DeBell explains, but it really took hold as a subfield of political science in the 2000s.

From the Skyhawks to the Jaguars

From the Skyhawks to the Jaguars

The NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars launched their 2016 campaign with three former FLC coaches on their coaching staff: Gus Bradley, Todd Wash, and Scottie Hazelton.

FLC Cycling rides to a second place finish at Mountain Biking Nationals [VIDEO]

FLC Cycling rides to a second place finish at Mountain Biking Nationals [VIDEO]

Fort Lewis College took 19 talented student athletes to Snowshoe, West Virginia October 21-23, 2016 for the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals. After days of tough competition in snow and mud, the Skyhawks secured the title of the second place Division 1 school -- go Skyhawks!!

Watching the world turn

Watching the world turn

Fort Lewis College installs Foucault pendulum thanks to donor’s gift

The Fort Lewis College pendulum is made possible by the generosity of Grace Deltscheff on behalf of her and her late husband, Gustav Deltscheff.

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