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...

This coming Saturday evening, I will be conducting a summer stargazing event out at the Yampa River State Park campground, three miles west of Hayden on U.S. Highway 40, beginning at 9 p.m. This will be my second “Yampa River Star Party” event. and I am very excited about it! Last summer, we had a great crowd of...

Local internship offers local high school students opportunities to learn about natural resource management careers and earn CMC credit This article was printed in the Vail Daily. AVON — Thanks to ongoing support from the National Forest Foundation and Vail Resorts’ Ski Conservation Fund, 12 high school students...

EDWARDS — Walter Isaacson, best-selling author and former managing editor of Time magazine, will provide an engaging conversation on the “Lessons of Innovators” at Colorado Mountain College in Edwards on Monday. Isaacson joins CMC as part of The Browning Event signature speakers, which is part of the Women in...

Radio CMCs “Inside the Mountain” explores life at Colorado Mountain College through the eyes of its students, faculty, and staff.  Host Lucas Turner interviewed recently retired Outdoor Education faculty Bruce Kime about his travels as head of Outdoor Education at CMC Spring Valley. If you want to read more about Bruce...

Planets Venus and Jupiter are heading for a very close conjunction in our evening sky later this month. A similar conjunction of the same planets happened in November 2004, as shown in this telephoto view. Brighter Venus is to the left, Jupiter to the right. The bright spikes are the result of light diffraction within...

This article appeared in the Pilot and Today. By Teresa Ristow. Colorado Mountain College student Molly Goldberg was elected last week as the youngest member of the Amnesty International USA Board of Directors. Steamboat Springs — A Colorado Mountain College student is now the youngest member of Amnesty...

This article was printed in the Summit Daily News. Keystone Resort’s Ski Tip Lodge recently introduced Jordan Alley as it’s new executive chef. Alley is a 2009 graduate of Colorado Mountain College and former Ski Tip Lodge sous chef. Keystone Resort’s Ski Tip Lodge, named sixth-best restaurant in the country by...

This article featuring CMC Ski & Snowboard Business graduate Zachary Ray’s art was printed in S-Magazine. By Mark Kristofic. Every once in a while, you meet someone who is truly inspiring. And often it can be someone who you least expect.  My story begins when I was at a ski trade show and had two hours between...