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SUMMITS: FLC alumnus Ricardo Cate'

SUMMITS: FLC alumnus Ricardo Cate'

Marine veteran, speaker, stand-up comedian, writer. activist, and tribal official for the Santo Domingo Pueblo, Ricardo Caté (Education, ’06)  is the most prominent Native American cartoonist working today,

New partnership fast tracks careers in history

New partnership fast tracks careers in history

A new partnership between FLC and the University of Colorado Denver lets aspiring historians complete both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Public History in just five years. 

For this artist, being a working artist is his art

For this artist, being a working artist is his art

For Joshua Been (Art, '99), a career in art has been an art unto itself. 

Working and playing hard has made this alumnus a Colorado Renaissance man

Working and playing hard has made this alumnus a Colorado Renaissance man

Mayor, distiller, and outdoorsman P. T. Wood embraces the mountain-town spirit in his living, working, and politicking.

New program brings themes and meaning to general education courses

New program brings themes and meaning to general education courses

What are those state-required general education classes good for, anyway? Starting this fall, Fort Lewis College students will be able to find out – and earn a valuable credential at the same time.

Cheryl Nixon announced as new FLC provost

Cheryl Nixon announced as new FLC provost

President Tom Stritikus has announced Cheryl Nixon as Fort Lewis College’s new provost.

Undergraduate scientists share the joy of science with local kids

Undergraduate scientists share the joy of science with local kids

A collaboration between the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department and Durango’s Powerhouse Science Center gives local children hands-on science explorations and undergraduate scientists teaching experience.

Alumni Fellows Program honors distinguished alumni during Undergraduate Symposium week

Alumni Fellows Program honors distinguished alumni during Undergraduate Symposium week

The program brings back alumni to participate in classes, informal discussions, and connect with students and their department for a two-day celebration in conjunction with the Symposium.

Blossoms & Brews, DaLe Biking Adventures win 2019 Hawk Tank Business Plan Competition

Blossoms & Brews, DaLe Biking Adventures win 2019 Hawk Tank Business Plan Competition

The annual event hosted by FLC’s School of Business Administration and Alumni Engagement Office had 19 teams submit business plans.

Spring Commencement set for April 26 & 27

Spring Commencement set for April 26 & 27

About 480 students will graduate in three ceremonies, addressed by speakers FLC alumna Jennifer Trujillo on Friday and Colorado Lieutenant Governor Dianne Primavera on Saturday.

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