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...

Colorado Mountain College’s Isaacson School for New Media professor Klaus Kocher wins honorable mention San Jose, Costa Rica. Photo by Isaacson School for New Media photography professor Klaus Kocher Entries to the Rotarian Magazine’s international photography contest, The Best Shot, came from around the world. The...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Alli Langley. Drew Mikita, 33, of Breckenridge, is a full-time psychology professor at Colorado Mountain College. The licenced professional counselor also has run his own local private practice since moving to Breckenridge in 2007, working with adolescents on...

Kristin Carlson “Unmarried in America,” written by Glenwood Springs playwright and Colorado Mountain College adjunct instructor Kristin (K.D.) Carlson, opens at Vintage Theatre in Aurora, Colo., on May 8. The play, which explores the national debate around marriage equality, had its first public reading at...

Popular fitness instructor named faculty of year at CMC Linda Loeschen was named 2014 adjunct Faculty of the Year for the Colorado Mountain College campus in Aspen. Linda Loeschen likes to keep moving and to help others do the same thing, even if it’s early in the morning. “I danced since I was three, so it just...

Frick’s passion for environment, teaching noted in faculty honor Betsy Frick was named 2014 adjunct Faculty of the Year for the Colorado Mountain College campus in Steamboat Springs. “Dynamic” and “spatial” may not be the words most people think of when it comes to geology. But they are among the ones Betsy...

Conifer-based adjunct online Faculty of the Year receives collegewide honor Even though Colorado Mountain College has some of the most stunning campuses in the country, placed at some of the state’s most picturesque mountain towns, some students never even set foot on campus. Even still, they are fortunate to be...

Rocky Mountain PBS profiled Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute Director Kevin Clarke as part of a recent Hittin’ The Road series last week. The series explores the West’s unique adventures, from rafting to fossil digs to wine making. The segment featuring Clarke explores the various uses of olive oil, from...

This corner column by Stewart Curry was first published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. Stewart Curry, instructor at CMC”s Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy (CLETA) at CMC in Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley. Doing the right thing: It’s what we aspire to as children, parents, friends and citizens....

“Pamela” by Colorado Mountain College instructor Klaus Kocher. Photographs by noted photojournalist Klaus Kocher are on exhibit at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library beginning Feb. 24. An opening reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 26 at the library. Kocher, who is on the faculty of the Isaacson School for...