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Study the human mind in all its amazing and fascinating complexity. View this film to get a short overview of what is possible for you as a Psychology Major at FLC!
New FLC President Tom Stritikus asks Skyler the Skyhawk for his thoughts. Skyler obliges in true Skyler fashion.
It's the first day of the Fall 2018 semester and new FLC President Tom Stritikus is excited to welcome you!
Our celebration of diversity and community as we start the 2018-19 school year!
Marketing & Communications just released a commercial that will air before Denver Broncos pre-season games on KREZ. Go Skyhawks!
FLC Theatre Lecturer Felicia Lansbury Meyer and Hollywood actors are spearheading a new theatre festival in Durango. Actors Dan Lauria and Wendie Malick, fans of Durango, inspired a small group of local performing arts lovers to create a space for playwrights to develop new plays with professional actors and directors. The new festival will utilize Fort Lewis College Theatre students, run workshops and mentorships, and eventually perform at FLC's Mainstage.
Students in Stacey Sotosky's Digital Video Production class collaborated with the Geology Department and Rocky Mountain PBS on a documentary about Durango's rocky relationship with uranium. Duranium garnered a large turnout at its premiere in February at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, in Golden.
Incoming Fall 2018 students: Are you ready for FLC? Get pysched about your new home, new campus, new friends, new adventures, and new life here in Durango!
Every Spring, FLC hosts a De-Stress Fest to help students cope with end-of-year pressures. The Wellness Peer Advisory Council (WellPAC), a student-led health & wellness organization, organizes the Fest every year.
When Dolph Kuss first arrived in Durango in 1953, he says he was "one of the few people other than cattle people who'd ever go into what is now the Weminuche Wilderness Area. I'd come back and people would ask me, 'What did it look like up there?'" Kuss says. Thanks to Kuss and a band of followers, students at Fort Lewis College today don’t have to ask those kinds of questions. Join us for a look at the life and legacy of Dolph Kuss as FLC's Outdoor Pursuits celebrates it's 40th year of powering adventure!
Rica Fulton (Environmental Studies, '14), director of the Waterkeeper Alliance's Upper Green River Network, in Wyoming, makes an impassioned case for protection for southwest Colordo's Dolores River, on Medium.com.
Professor of Economics Tino Sonora researched the effects of wildfires on personal income in response to this summer's 416 Fire.
Despite losing her leg followiing a climbing accident in 2011, Exercise Science major Bee Mathis is climbing Ecuador's 19,347-foot Cotopaxi volcano with a team of amputee adventurers.
Professor of Biology Julie Korb urged southwestern Coloradoans to change their perspective on wildfires and “manage fire for the type we want.”
Students in Assistant Professor of Political Science Paul DeBell's class are working to increase student-voter turnout through speaker panels and voter information.
Skyhawks cycling took home the bronze in velodrome racing at USA Cycling's Division I Track National Championships, in Colorado Springs, and Skyhawk James Hilyer won the men’s points national title.
The Durango Herald profiled Hayley Kirkman ( Art, '17), who is making Durango more colorful as creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First Durango.
Keith Baugh (Biology, ‘18), a Ph.D. candidate in the new Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health program at Virginia Tech’s new Apex Center for Entrepreneurs, will learn methods for bringing medical and health research ideas to market.
Denver educator Marissa Molina ((Political Science, ’14) was profiled by Good-NonProfit.com discussing the emotional turmoil caused the Trump administration's rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Myron Lizer (Business Administration, '06) is running for Navajo Nation vice president, alongside presidential candidate and current Vice President Jonathan Nez.
The campus community mourns the loss of Beatrice “Mickie” Thurston, a long-time supporter of and benefactor to the College.
Durango's Think Network Technologies, founded by Matt Glick (Sociology & Human Services, '00), was a top 3 finalist in ColoradoBiz magazine's Top Company in Technology list.
FLC is collaborating with the Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center and other agencies to launch a free program to train health care professionals for rural and underserved communities.
FLC was named a 2018 Top College by Forbes and a 2019 Best Regional College by The Princeton Review.
Associate Professor of English Erik Juergensmeyer has been named to a four-year term on the Faculty Editorial Committee of the University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press for projects in composition, rhetoric, and education.
As part of her sabbatical, Professor of Biology Julie Korb is doing public outreach related to the fire ecology of the 416 and Missionary Ridge fires, including two Durango events for the Moutain Studies Institute in September.
Associate Professor of Political Science Brad Clark was quoted in the most recent issue of High Country News talking about the value of using the newsmagazine in his classroom.
Alumnae Hayley Kirkman (Art, '17) and Lexis Loeb (Art, '16) are starting work on a grant-funded mural on the east side of the Kroeger's Hardware building along Narrow Gauge Avenue, in downtown Durango.
Daniel Bauer's (Anthropology, '99) book Identity, Development, and the Politics of the Past: An Ethnography of Continuity and Change in a Coastal Ecuadorian Community was just released by University Press of Colorado.
Professional cyclist Payson McElveen (Exercise Science, '16) was profiled in Mountain Bike Action's "Inside The Pros’ Bikes" series.