Fort Lewis College News

Psychology professor Brian Burke publishes Abnormal Psychology textbook

Psychology professor Brian Burke publishes Abnormal Psychology textbook

Brian Burke and colleagues from Cardinal Stritch University, the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the University of South Florida recently published the second edition of their book Abnormal Psychology.

FLC Voices: Professors Cynthia Dott and Gary Gianniny research Animas River floodplain effects [VIDEO]

FLC Voices: Professors Cynthia Dott and Gary Gianniny research Animas River floodplain effects [VIDEO]

FLC Professors Cynthia Dott and Gary Gianniny lead students into the Animas River watershed to survey groundwater levels in the aftermath of the Gold King Mine spill.

Geosciences, Physics, & Engineering at FLC ... and our new GPE Hall!

Geosciences, Physics, & Engineering at FLC ... and our new GPE Hall!

The sciences are on the rise at Fort Lewis College -- floor by floor, as the new Geosciences, Engineering & Physics Hall takes shape on the west side of campus.

To give yourself a science-style lift, check out our new video celebrating the visual beauty of the sciences-in-action at Fort Lewis College.

Animas River Updates from Fort Lewis College

Animas River Updates from Fort Lewis College

with Ray Kenny, professor of Geosciences

The EPA has released more data; interpretation of these data remains a point of confusion for the many.  Concerned citizens have told me they appreciate the Animas River Updates; many have still have unanswered questions and have contacted me requesting more information. This update is provided to address some of those lingering questions.

FLC Voices: Professor Rebecca Clausen talks Animas River recovery [VIDEO]

FLC Voices: Professor Rebecca Clausen talks Animas River recovery [VIDEO]

As the Durango community continues to recover from the Gold King Mine spill, Fort Lewis College faculty and staff are finding ways to be of service. Rebecca Clausen, Sociology associate professor and chair of the Sociology & Human Services department, talks about an event she created to help the Durango community process feelings in the wake of the Animas River mine waste spill.

Animas River Updates from Fort Lewis College

Animas River Updates from Fort Lewis College

with Rebecca Clausen, associate professor and chair of Sociology

To help people understand the complex issues surrounding the Animas River mine waste spill, we're offering insights from Fort Lewis College faculty on questions people in the community are asking.

What might be some of the social implications of this event on the Durango community?

Response from: Associate Professor of Sociology Rebecca Clausen. Dr. Clausen specializes in environmental sociology and human ecology.

Fort Lewis College’s Reed Library creates guide dedicated to Animas spill

Fort Lewis College’s Reed Library creates guide dedicated to Animas spill

The guide will serve as a repository for information and resources related to the spill, including media coverage and government releases.

Animas River Updates from Fort Lewis College

Animas River Updates from Fort Lewis College

with Ray Kenny, professor of Geosciences

To help people understand the complex issues surrounding the Animas River mine waste spill, we're offering insights from Fort Lewis College faculty on questions people in the community are asking.

What are some of the key things people should know now, a week after the spill?

Response from: Professor of Geosciences Ray Kenny. Dr. Kenny specializes in environmental geology and geomorphology.

Update on Animas River spill's impact on Fort Lewis College

Update on Animas River spill's impact on Fort Lewis College

There is no threat to Fort Lewis College’s water supply as a result of the Gold King Mine spill into the Animas River.

$600,000 announced for FLC’s Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Hall

$600,000 announced for FLC’s Geosciences, Physics and Engineering Hall

The Fort Lewis College Foundation Board of Directors has announced $602,000 for the College in support of the Geosciences, Physics and Engineering (GPE) Hall.

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