On Sunday, 80 new freshmen set out to learn about themselves and their peers in the rugged San Juan Mountains through a pre-orientation program called Peak Experiences.
Richard and Mary Lyn Ballantine were the driving force behind the new art installation and funded the project.
Brandon Mathis is like many Fort Lewis College alumni: he’s an outdoor-oriented adventurer. “I love to ride and ski and climb all year long,” Mathis (Humanities, ’05) says. “It’s not just a summer or winter thing.” Rather than push his passions to the weekends, though, Mathis has developed a career doing the activities he loves during the workweek—and sharing his experiences with the outdoor community.
Fort Lewis College has an average of 1200 Native students each semester. Over 150 different tribes/nations are represented by our students who are traditional and non-traditional, single, single parents, or couples with children.
These students are served in their needs through the Native American Center. The Center is a friendly and inviting place to come and study, socialize, participate in academic support programs, utilize resources, or attend cultural programs and activities.
FLC grad wins prestigious award to fund his research
Dr. van Engelenburg is working on ways to help people suffering from genetic disorders in a more precise and safe manner.
"The computer engineering degree is just another example of giving somebody a solid foundational toolset that allows them to go in many different career directions.”
The Mate Exchange (www.themateexchange.com), a yerba tea company, was founded by Giancarlo Vigil, a 2015 alumnus of the economics program at the FLC School of Business Administration.
Three years ago, Simon Walls’ Marketing Research students conducted a study with the Durango Chamber of Commerce. The results revealed that local professionals desired more education about how to utilize digital marketing to advance their businesses. The research students recommended the idea of hosting a digital marketing conference in the community. Walls, an associate professor of Marketing, made the idea a reality.
Tipton presented the family with a flag that flew over the state capitol, as well as a congressional record in their son’s honor.
Any FLC student with a financial need and a strong academic standing are eligible for the scholarship.