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FLC Students | Four Corners Water Center | Fort Lewis College

Water flows through FLC’s majors, courses and extra-curricular activities! 

FLC offers many opportunities for students to get involved in water. Exploring water can lead to an exciting career, an exciting river adventure or a life-long engagement with our natural world. 

Are you looking for a water job, fellowship or internship?

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Interdisciplinary Water Seminar for Fall 2022!

The Fall 2022 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar (GEOG 390) will explore the law, governance, and management of the Colorado River.  2022 is the 100th anniversary of the Colorado River Compact.  Climate change, decreasing river flows, increasing population and economic uses have challenged Colorado River managers and policy makers.  The seminar series will explore the history, "Law of the River," aridification of the Colorado River Basin, and the challenges facing all who depend on the river. 

FLC students can register for Fall 2022 1-credit course: GEOG 390-1, CRN 20980

All interested students and faculty are welcome to attend any presentation.

Mondays | 4-5 p.m.

Course Instructor: Dr. Kaitlin Mattos | Environmental Science

For more information, view the seminar schedule or email kjmattos@fortlewis.edu


FLC Launches new River Studies and Leadership Certificate!

Interested in a certificate to launch your career journey as a river professional?

FLC has teamed up with the River Management Society to offer the River Studies and Leadership Certificate program, awarded upon completion of river-focused coursework and a river-related professional project by RMS.

For more information: https://www.fortlewis.edu/river-studies

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Water in the Southwest is a critical issue to all who make this beautiful place home. Whether you're a community member or student, your engagement in these important questions is vital to our future. 

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Kaitlin Mattos, Ph.D.
FCWC Interim Director & Assistant Professor of Environment & Sustainability

Center of Southwest Studies, Room 265

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