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...

Colorado Mountain College, which offers a bachelor’s degree in sustainability studies, is taking sustainability to the community by hosting the Farm to Fork Fair, a free barbecue featuring local food, at its Aspen campus. Attendees can expect discussions and delicious foods at this afternoon event, which is open to...

Artist, disabilities activist and internationally-known Rwandan speaker Frederick Ndabaramiye spoke to a full house at CMC in Breckenridge Thursday night during a presentation of a powerful short documentary, “I am ABLE,” about his life.  After witnessing the Rwandan genocide as a young boy, Ndabaramiye was on a bus...

Inspirational Rwandan artist, cyclist, and humanitarian featured at CMC Speaker Series BRECKENRIDGE – The CMC Speaker Series partners with the Breckenridge Film Festival to bring a powerful documentary to campus June 4. Frederick Ndabaramiye, the co-founder of “I am Able”, witnessed and lived through one of the worst...

Think CMC is a college filled with adventurers? We do too. Elevation Outdoors asks readers to pick the top outdoor adventure school in a “March Madness” style bracket competition, and CMC is in the mix. Next week we are up against our Fort Lewis College, sure to be a competitive round. Boost CMC’s visibility with...

This article appeared in the Vail Daily News. By Randy Wyrick. State Sen. Kerry Donovan’s ASCENT bill makes expands college funding opportunities for high school students. Gov. John Hickenlooper was at Colorado Mountain College’s Edwards campus Wednesday to sign it into law. That’s Donovan directly behind the governor,...

CMC recently held sustainability days at four campus locations and at its central administration offices. Events featured speakers, sustainability studies students’ capstone presentations, locally-sourced food, and even, at one event, a chicken named Speckles. Two events also featured a Sustainability Pledge Photo...

Colorado Mountain College staff gathered for two days in Leadville Wednesday and Thursday to celebrate successes from the past year – and learn and workshop on new opportunities to innovate and increase opportunities for our students in the future. Throughout the two days, staff captured the experience via...

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...

This article was printed in the Vail Daily News. By Randy Wyrick. Dr. Kathryn Regjo, vice president for Colorado Mountain College in Edwards, was among the speakers at Friday evening’s graduation ceremony at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. BEAVER CREEK — Commencement is, by its very nature, the...