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Alumna makes case to protect Dolores River

Alumna makes case to protect Dolores River

Rica Fulton (Environmental Studies, '14), director of the Waterkeeper Alliance's Upper Green River Network, in Wyoming, makes an impassioned case for protection for southwest Colordo's Dolores River, on Medium.com.

Alumna makes Durango colorful

Alumna makes Durango colorful

The Durango Herald profiled Hayley Kirkman ( Art, '17), who is making Durango more colorful as creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First Durango.

School of Business Administration receives grant for Wells Fargo Native American Business Scholarship

School of Business Administration receives grant for Wells Fargo Native American Business Scholarship

$10,000 made available to four Native American business students

School of Business Administration has been granted $10,000 for the Wells Fargo Native American Business Scholarship

Biology alumnus heads into Ph.D. program

Biology alumnus heads into Ph.D. program

Keith Baugh (Biology, ‘18), a Ph.D. candidate in the new Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health program at Virginia Tech’s new Apex Center for Entrepreneurs, will learn methods for bringing medical and health research ideas to market.

Alumna reflects on effects of DACA change

Alumna reflects on effects of DACA change

Denver educator Marissa Molina ((Political Science, ’14) was profiled by Good-NonProfit.com discussing the emotional turmoil caused the Trump administration's rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Alumnus running for Navajo Nation vice president

Alumnus running for Navajo Nation vice president

Myron Lizer (Business Administration, '06) is running for Navajo Nation vice president, alongside presidential candidate and current Vice President Jonathan Nez.

Alumnus' business named Top Company

Alumnus' business named Top Company

Durango's Think Network Technologies, founded by Matt Glick (Sociology & Human Services, '00), was a top 3 finalist in ColoradoBiz magazine's Top Company in Technology list.

World’s oldest tattoos presented in archaeology lecture

World’s oldest tattoos presented in archaeology lecture

Prehistoric archaeologist Aaron Deter-Wolf at Noble Hall

For the past decade, prehistoric archaeologist Aaron Deter-Wolf of the Tennessee Division of Archaeology has been studying the archaeological evidence for tattooing. In his lecture, Deter-Wolf will discuss Ötzi’s life, death, and discovery, and what 5,300- year-old tattoos can tell us about human behavior and the ancient world.

Fall Blaze Bicycle Tour celebrates the mountains and benefits cycling team

Fall Blaze Bicycle Tour celebrates the mountains and benefits cycling team

The Fall Blaze Bicycle Tour is a chance for anyone who loves to ride to enjoy the autumn colors of the San Juan Mountains while supporting the  #3 ranked Skyhawks cycling team. 

Fort Lewis College invited to Native American-Serving, Nontribal Institutions National Summit

Fort Lewis College invited to Native American-Serving, Nontribal Institutions National Summit

Beyond just the opportunity to share knowledge with other institutions, Fort Lewis College came away from the summit with one of 11 $10,000 grants, thanks to the Lumina Foundation. The funding will go toward FLC initiatives designed to help Native Americans and Alaska Natives find educational success.

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