Howard Grotts (Mathematics, '14) won his fourth cross-country national title
FLC was named to the 2018–2019 list of Top 200 Colleges for Indigenous Students by
Professor of Biology Julie Korb and several of her present and former students are spending the summer in the San Juan National Forest.
Durango was named the by BudgetTravel.com.
to Associate Professor of Biology David Blake to support his students' undergraduate research into the effects of derivatives of caffeic acid.
10元提现现金棋牌Steve Elias, dean of the School of Business Administration, has been selected to the steering committee.
FLC was named a top 5 Best Colleges for both and degree programs by Schools.com.
10元提现现金棋牌Bill Hesford (Teacher Licensure, '05), assistant principal at Bayfield Elementary and Bayfield Primary, by the Colorado Association of School Executives.
Biology professors Heidi Steltzer and Julie Korb discussed the potential for longer and more devastating fire seasons in the West with .
Ross McCauley, associate professor of Biology, and his students were cited in a Daily Camera10元提现现金棋牌 article about .
10元提现现金棋牌Staff from Enterprise stopped by campus on June 27 to present a check for $1,000 to the School of Business Administration for student scholarships.
10元提现现金棋牌Russell Elliott (Business Administration, '90) has been hired as the new by the Wyoming Business Council.
Elena (Benvides) Sweetser (Business Administration, '13) was recognized by Coldwell Banker as one of it's .
FLC was named to the list of by Best Value Schools!
Durango was named #4 on Budget Travel's list of the .
10元提现现金棋牌FLC's Pre-Campus Academy online orientation program won "Innovative Program Award." The program teaches students about campus resources, the College's history and mission, and other useful information to prepare them for their first year.
Bison Star Naturals, a hand-made soap and lotion company owned by husband-and-wife team Angelo (Business Administration, '12) and Jacqueline (Brisson-Stahl) (Spanish, '11) McHorse, was .
Chris Erickson (Art, '94) debuted at the Art Base, in Aspen, Colorado, on June 8.
The Independent editor and senior Journalism & Multimedia Studies major covering the 416 Fire for The Durango Herald.
Professor of Anthropology Chuck Riggs and students in the FLC Archaeological Field School are featured in
The Durango Chamber of Commerce presented a check for $1,505 to support the Skyhawks women's golf team following the Chamber's "Girls Gone Golfing" event at Hillcrest Golf Club.
10元提现现金棋牌Fort Lewis College was named one of the country's by Best Value Schools.
10元提现现金棋牌2018 RMAC Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year and the 2017-18 RMAC Indoor Track Athlete of the Year Skylyn Webb (Psychology, '16) at the 2018 NCAA Division II track & field championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, with a record time.
10元提现现金棋牌Beth LaShell, coordinator of the Old Fort at Hesperus, was interviewed on in June about the activities at the original site of Fort Lewis College.
More than 3,000 people turned out on in Smyrna, Tennessee, on June 9, for (Economics, ’06), who crashed while training for the Great Tennessee Airshow in June 2016.
Megan Paciaroni, associate professor of Physics & Engineering, was named a , which recognizes accomplishments in the science of optics and photonics.
10元提现现金棋牌Clifton Tanabe (Humanities, '88) was named at University of Texas at El Paso.
Teacher Licensure graduate students in Coordinator of Field Experiences Will Camp's Student Teaching I course created . The course serves to study the culture and instructional design practices of different educational models by visiting various rural schools.
The FLC Cycling team came in third in the nation at the in Grand Junction in May.
10元提现现金棋牌The in Hesperus is getting new life from Coordinator Beth LaShell and the National Civilian Community Corps.
10元提现现金棋牌Phil Wehrli (Business Administration, '83) is the new , a global electronics manufacturing services provider.
Kay Phelps10元提现现金棋牌, assistant professor of Teacher Education, was awarded the “Outstanding Environmental Educator Award” by the .
Chris Schauble (Journalism, '91), co-anchor of KTLA 5 Morning News in Los Angeles, , Larry Hartsfield, professor of English. He credits Hartsfield for supporting and encouraging him in his career...
Keri Brandt, professor of Sociology, recently published an article in The Conversation that addresses .