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Friday, November 03, 2017

Environmental Center collaborates in Durango Food Recovery Hub [VIDEO]

Local First's new Durango Food Recovery Hub, which collaborates with the FLC Environmental Center, just received a three-year, $356,000 grant. It will become a combination clearinghouse, distribution center, and resource center for connecting unwanted food with businesses and consumers who will use it.

Video by DurangoTV.

Number of views: 5866

Tags: environmental centersustainability

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Dr. Tom Stritikus named as the next president of Fort Lewis College

Dr. Tom Stritikus named as the next president of Fort Lewis College

Stritikus brings record of higher ed leadership and success on and off campus

Dr. Stritikus’ resume tells of a life dedicated to education and creating opportunities for students. He is coming to FLC from his position as deputy director of K-12 Education at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, where he has led funding initiatives in teacher prep, innovation and education.Previous to the Gates Foundation, Dr. Stritikus was dean of the College of Education at the University of Washington (UW), where he also taught.

Fort Lewis College awarded Mellon Foundation grant to support diversity and research

Fort Lewis College awarded Mellon Foundation grant to support diversity and research

The Mellon Foundation grant will fund FLC’s Literacies, Inclusion, and Transit (LIT) program. The program will encourage opportunities for students to see the world through new lenses and promote collaboration with people of different beliefs and backgrounds.

Colorado Governor Hickenlooper to offer address at Spring Commencement 2018

Colorado Governor Hickenlooper to offer address at Spring Commencement 2018

Both Commencement ceremonies will be live streamed on the Fort Lewis College Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fortlewis. Congratulations to all the graduates and go Skyhawks!