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FLC announces Virtual Winter Commencement

FLC announces Virtual Winter Commencement

Friday, November 13, 2020

Fort Lewis College's Virtual Winter Commencement will take place Friday, December 4 at 3 p.m. Professors, friends, and families can celebrate with this fall's graduates from afar, tuning in to hear remarks from President Tom Stritikus, Provost Cheryl Nixon, and Student Body President Carson Ingram. Professor of Philosophy Dugald Owen will give the commencement address.

“I am already so proud of what these graduating students have accomplished, especially under current circumstances,” says President Tom Stritikus. "I know they will accomplish great things with their degrees and I look forward to supporting them as alumni."

About 150 students will graduate. Each student will be recognized by name by an associate dean from their division. Students are encouraged to submit videos of them moving their tassels, which will accompany their names being read. 

Milepost 30 will perform an honor song to conclude the ceremony.

Submit a shout out to a graduate! We'll display your message on our social media and the homepage of the FLC website.

Virtual Graduation

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Trujillo takes reins of FLC’s School of Education

Trujillo takes reins of FLC’s School of Education

Since she first set foot on the Fort Lewis College campus 30 years ago as a first-generation college student, Jennifer Trujillo (English, ’93) has poured her life into learning, teaching, and pioneering a sustainable path toward a more equitable education for all.

Two new members appointed to FLC Board of Trustees

Two new members appointed to FLC Board of Trustees

Christopher Adam Red and Mary Rubadeau fill two new seats on the Board after it expanded from seven to nine voting members this spring.

Chemistry students have access to industry leading instrumentation for undergraduate research

Chemistry students have access to industry leading instrumentation for undergraduate research

The FLC Chemistry Department is now home to two new instruments typically only found at large universities for graduate level research.

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