Fort Lewis College News

Business alumna carves her own rock star dream job

Business alumna carves her own rock star dream job

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.

Fort Lewis College celebrates Homecoming October 7-10

Fort Lewis College celebrates Homecoming October 7-10

There are events for everyone, from student to community member. For a complete schedule, visit www.fortlewis.edu/homecoming.

Fort Lewis College part of $94 million National Science Foundation initiative

Fort Lewis College part of $94 million National Science Foundation initiative

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.

Watching the water

Watching the water

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. 

Artist Volkan Alkanoglu to visit campus for Reflection dedication

Artist Volkan Alkanoglu to visit campus for Reflection dedication

The dedication ceremony will be held at 12 p.m. at the Community Concert Hall.

New Computer Engineering major builds creators of the future [VIDEO]

New Computer Engineering major builds creators of the future [VIDEO]

Computer engineers create the future. By bridging electrical engineering and computer science, computer engineers develop software that integrates with complex devices like robots, remote sensors, self-driving vehicles, rovers, probes, drones, spacecraft, and even the smartphones in everyone’s pockets.

FLC receives $1.75 million for STEM, Native American education

FLC receives $1.75 million for STEM, Native American education

The new funding, which will be awarded at $350,000 per year over the next five years, will support retention and graduation in the STEM disciplines.

From social work to soul work: Alumnus grows from aiding aging spiritual teacher

From social work to soul work: Alumnus grows from aiding aging spiritual teacher

When Lucian Davis set out to major in Sociology at Fort Lewis College, he had no idea that his path would lead to caring for his lifelong hero. But thanks to an extended line of heartfelt connections, that’s exactly what Davis (Sociology & Human Services, ’13) is doing now. Davis works as a caregiver in Maui. He explains that his work is comparable in many ways to any other caregiver’s.

Gleaning fruit trees [VIDEO]

Gleaning fruit trees [VIDEO]

Each fall, students from the Environmental Center help out Bear Smart Durango's Fruit Gleaning Program. Students and community members pick unwanted fruit from local trees to cut down on human-bear interactions and make juice, cider, and apple ice cream!

Community invited to celebrate teachers and the Barr legacy at Fort Lewis College

Community invited to celebrate teachers and the Barr legacy at Fort Lewis College

In early 2016, the Fort Lewis College (FLC) Foundation announced a contribution of $1.4 million to the FLC Teacher Education program.

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