Fort Lewis College professors leave legacy of excellence

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Fort Lewis College professors leave legacy of excellence

Bill Dodds, Ron Estler say students have changed
Bill Dodds, who will retire at the end of April and is a newly minted professor emeritus at Fort Lewis College, interacts with students during his senior seminar class at Fort Lewis College’s School of Business. “There are a lot of ethics in business,” he said. “I use Ben & Jerry’s as an example of how to have a lot of fun in business and be socially responsible.”
Fort Lewis College chemistry professor Ron Estler, who retires at the end of April, conducts a demonstration during a lecture on campus Friday. “I get my jollies by connecting with hundreds of alumni on our Facebook chemistry alumni page,” Estler said. “They’re doing big things. Out of 1,200 colleges that grant bachelor’s degrees, we rank 15th or so for chemistry graduates who went on to earn Ph.D.s.”
Fort Lewis College chemistry professor Ron Estler, who has been awarded the title of professor emeritus, conducts a lecture on campus Friday. “People think you get what you pay for,” he said, “but I’ve reviewed a lot of schools, and a chemistry degree here is better (than at a lot of schools) at one-fifth or one-tenth the cost
Bill Dodds, recently named a professor emeritus at Fort Lewis College, interacts with students during a senior project marketing class. “I have a lot of writing I want to do, and I might expand to nonacademic topics. I think parts of your brain come online at different stages of your life.”

Fort Lewis College professors leave legacy of excellence

Bill Dodds, who will retire at the end of April and is a newly minted professor emeritus at Fort Lewis College, interacts with students during his senior seminar class at Fort Lewis College’s School of Business. “There are a lot of ethics in business,” he said. “I use Ben & Jerry’s as an example of how to have a lot of fun in business and be socially responsible.”
Fort Lewis College chemistry professor Ron Estler, who retires at the end of April, conducts a demonstration during a lecture on campus Friday. “I get my jollies by connecting with hundreds of alumni on our Facebook chemistry alumni page,” Estler said. “They’re doing big things. Out of 1,200 colleges that grant bachelor’s degrees, we rank 15th or so for chemistry graduates who went on to earn Ph.D.s.”
Fort Lewis College chemistry professor Ron Estler, who has been awarded the title of professor emeritus, conducts a lecture on campus Friday. “People think you get what you pay for,” he said, “but I’ve reviewed a lot of schools, and a chemistry degree here is better (than at a lot of schools) at one-fifth or one-tenth the cost
Bill Dodds, recently named a professor emeritus at Fort Lewis College, interacts with students during a senior project marketing class. “I have a lot of writing I want to do, and I might expand to nonacademic topics. I think parts of your brain come online at different stages of your life.”
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