What is it like to be an Environmental Studies major at Fort Lewis College? Listen to several students and Assistant Professor Kathy Hilimire talk about how the program uses experiential education and field experiences to prepare graduates for a variety of careers.
On October 7, 2016, the Rim Trail Society gathered for the first time, hosted by the Board of Trustees at the home of President Dene and Gordon Thomas. The Society, composed of donors over the $1,000 level, enjoyed appetizers and drinks while chatting about the future of Fort Lewis College. Here's a quick look at the evening!
Durango and Fort Lewis College are nearly synonymous with world-class mountain biking. This year, a Durango-native FLC alumnus embodied that excellence at the Rio Olympics. Howard Grotts (Mathematics, ’14) won national championships as a junior, which he says put him on USA Cycling’s radar.
by Mitch Davis
The fund is designated for students in the College’s Teacher Education program, where Steve got his start.
FLC professor named Featured Scholar in part for developing safer art materials
“To develop a safe environment for my students and fellow printmakers is my goal.”
On the second Monday in October, Fort Lewis College will celebrate not Christopher Columbus, but those residents who were already at home in the so-called New World when the Genoan explorer, sailing under the Spanish flag, stumbled ashore in 1492.
Imagine leaving your consistent full-time job to jump on a tour bus with a rock band for the first time. You’re suddenly sharing 400 square feet with 10 other people, working 15 hours per day, and waking up in a new city every morning. And you’re figuring out this new existence on the fly. And it’s your dream come true.
This partnership will open doors for FLC students, particularly minority students, to collaborate in cutting edge research while preparing them to make the move to graduate school or a career.
FLC professor presents at national conference in Denver
Since the spill, organizations across the Four Corners, including Fort Lewis College, have been stepping up efforts to study and monitor the Animas and other area water sources.