Welcome to Fort Lewis College! FLC is a place where your intellectual horizons are wide open, matching our inspiring mountain vistas and boundless blue sky.
As Provost, I oversee the academics of the college and it is my pleasure to welcome you to your academic adventure. Our fantastic faculty not only help you set the compass for your intellectual journey, but are your partner travelers, working with you as you forge your unique academic pathway. Take a look at our new strategic plan, and you will see that we are committed to:
I encourage you to learn more about our three schools: the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration, and School of Education In each school, you will find a wealth of exciting majors and minors, inspiring courses, and innovative programs. You will find academic experiences that awaken your curiosity, encouraging you to ask new questions and discover new answers. And, most importantly, you will find dedicated faculty that will help you to shape a meaningful college career that both challenges and supports you.
10元提现现金棋牌Thank you for all that you do to serve our students and guide them on their academic quest for knowledge. I am proud to serve our vibrant community of educators, working with you on our goals of academic access, excellence, equity, and achievement. It is exciting to come together to imagine and implement new models of student-centered education. This webpage contains materials that aim to support and guide you throughout your FLC career; please check back for new materials as we continue to update the site.
10元提现现金棋牌Cheryl Nixon serves as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Fort Lewis College, a position she started in July 2019. Prior to arriving at FLC, she served as Associate Provost at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she held previous roles as Chair of the Department of English and English Graduate Program Director. Her career has been dedicated to serving diverse students by developing programming that features experiential learning, cohort-based projects, and community collaborations. She has overseen student projects featuring partnerships with the Boston Public Library, Boston Harbor Islands National Park, and Boston Mayor's Office. Her research focuses on the invention of the novel in the eighteenth century, and her books and articles compare the early novel's representation of the family to manuscript legal cases. She earned her B.A. in English and Political Science from Tufts University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in English from Harvard University.