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Posted @ Monday, February 02, 2015 By Nyquist, Lindsay
I work in Marketing and Communications under the Division of Institutional Advancement. My official title is Web Developer/Analytics & SEO Coordinator. Along with Scott Kadera, I develop and manage the FLC website. In addition, I work to improve the visibility of the FLC website on the web, track and analyze the resulting web traffic metrics, and handle online advertising via Google AdWords. My job is technical and always changing which keeps it exciting. This is my 7th year at FLC.
Posted @ Friday, January 30, 2015 By Nyquist, Lindsay
Fort Lewis College was named among the top in the nation in the 2014/2015 Collegiate Advertising Awards program. The Collegiate Advertising Awards (CAA) is an elite program recognizing higher education organizations for excellence in communications, marketing, advertising and promotions of their schools.
Posted @ Wednesday, May 07, 2014 By Nyquist, Lindsay
Teacher Education students, all majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies – Teacher Education option, cross the finish line of graduation together: Vivienne Yeagy, Julie Wells, Crissy Thurston, Josie Snow, Kathy Smith, Samantha Siedler.
Posted @ Monday, January 07, 2013 By Nyquist, Lindsay
Why study about the cruise industry in a land-locked classroom when you can experience it at sea on board a cruise ship?
Why try to learn Greek history and culture in Colorado when you can immerse yourself in both in Greece?
Why dream about someday helping people in need when you can make real change right now in Africa?
Posted @ Monday, April 16, 2012 By Nyquist, Lindsay
Takayuki Ito's world changed during Spring Break last year. While he and his brother traveled in Puerto Rico, he first saw the footage of his hometown of Minamisoma, in Japan's Fukushima Prefecture, after it had been devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which killed an estimated 20,000 people in Japan.
Making it worse: The two brothers didn't hear news of the fate of their parents and grandmother until several worry-filled days later.