Steamboat Springs High School graduate Thania Núñez, left, receives her award from Adam Alspach, assistant vice president for Alpine Bank in Steamboat Springs. Núñez is among the 14 students who received the 2015 Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship to attend Colorado Mountain College. Photo: Kate Lapides. This...

Recently, Carbondale philanthropist and friend of Colorado Mountain College Jim Calaway was surprised by CEO of the Aspen Institute Walter Isaacson and CMC President & CEO Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser. They shared with him an article they jointly wrote, acknowledging Calaway as an influential donor at CMC and the Aspen...

This article and interview with Joseph Gamble’s were published on WUSF News. Longtime Floridian Joseph Gamble has a new exhibition at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa. It’s his largest exhibition ever, which encompasses a sort of retrospective of his entire body of work, and photographs he’s...

CMC President Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser among three new members of American River’s board of directors This article published in American Rivers. By Nicole Duarte. Washington, DC) — American Rivers today announced that three new members, Carrie Besnette Hauser, Jimmy Kimmel, and David Solomon, were elected to its...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. Climbing challenging mountains is nothing new to adventurer and filmmaker Michael Brown. He’s successfully summited Mt. Everest five times, one of which was with blind climber Erik Weihenmayer in 2001. It was the first time a blind person had achieved the feat. As...

During the dark of the moon this week, the summer Milky Way will be at its best. Look for its misty glow running north to south and arching high overhead around 11 p.m. The brightest portion of the Milky Way, seen near the center of this image taken from atop Hawaii’s Mauna Kea peak in 2010, marks the direction...

This article was published in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Caitlin Causey. Two little pieces of Glenwood history have found their way home. John and Cathy Jensen, both Colorado natives, have spent the past few decades living and working in various places around the country and the world — with John doing...

This article was published in the Tyron Daily Bulletin. By Mark Schmerling. When Eric Crosby was growing up in Polk County, hiking and other outdoor activities were not part of his world. However, before graduating from Polk County High School in 2007, he became involved (“very little,” he modestly claimed) with...

More than 200 educators from around Colorado came to Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge May 30 and 31 for a Google Summit, where they learned about how to incorporate Google applications and other tools in their teaching. Organizer Leslie Davison said Dillon Valley Elementary had a strong showing. Colorado...

  Summer Technology Institute students Brayden Gunias, Isaac Castillo, Theodore Preaus and Banta Sylla review photos. The week-long camp hosted 12 kids ages 11 to 14 at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. Working in teams, the kids produced digital photography, video, design, websites and e-commerce and...