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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Every year, Fort Lewis College seniors create individual or collaborative projects that operate as proof of learning. In this new film from FLC Marketing and Communications, we have a look at four completely different senior projects.
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Roderick’s career at FLC began as a Teacher Education professor, going on to serve as department chair, provost, and interim president. Roderick died July 4, 2020.
When the Spanish Flu hit Southwest Colorado, the Fort Lewis School closed campus from October 1918 through April 1919, according to FLC archives. One hundred years later, Fort Lewis College is once again striving to emerge from a pandemic healthier, tougher, and wiser than ever.
After 20 years of service and millions of dollars in grants to FLC and the Native American Center, the John & Sophie Ottens Foundation is winding down operations, imparting one final gift to the NAC - the largest single cash gift in FLC history.