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.
$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
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.
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.
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.
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.