This article on CMC Steamboat Springs engineering professor Steven Craig’s work teaching 3D printing to fifth-graders appeared was originally published in the Steamboat Today. By Audrey Dwyer. Steamboat Springs — Students in Kyle Paolantonio’s fifth-grade math class sat at their desks transfixed by the screen...

This Valley Voices column by CMC Edwards Campus Vice President Kathryn Regio was published in the December 16 Vail Daily.  “College students are more than $1 trillion in debt!” scream national headlines. But it doesn’t have to be this way. And smart students and their families in Eagle County know why: These...

Nico Passerini reviews a portrait of his family that was taken by CMC professional photography program student Andrea Holland during a 2014 Help-Portrait session at CMC in Carbondale. Photo: Kate Lapides The faculty, staff and students of the professional photography program at Colorado Mountain College will be at the...

The Leadership Steamboat class of 2015 hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in early October to celebrate the installment of four permanent educational signs along the core trail and Yampa River. The signs were the final piece of the group’s “Catch the Drift” river stewardship project and detail how to protect rivers through...

College asks for the future ability to provide broadband internet If you’ve been looking at your ballot, you may be wondering: “What’s this 4D initiative about? Is CMC going to become an internet service provider?” Answer: not now, but could be in the future. Ballot Initiative 4D would exempt Colorado Mountain College...

This article was printed in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Will Grandbois. In the quest to eliminate the need for remedial courses between high school and higher education, Colorado Mountain College is partnering with high schools around its service area. It’s made possible by the Concurrent Enrollment Programs...

This article was printed in the Vail Daily. Special to the Daily “First Snow,” Joann Carhart Levy, first-place People’s Choice winner for the 2015 Colorado Mountain College and Vail Valley Art Guild Art Show. More than 300 works of art are on display at the Colorado Mountain College campus in Edwards through...

CMC Rifle to host workshop on controlling costs with solar A new 435-kilowatt solar array is powering the water treatment plant for the Battlement Mesa Metro District. The array was built with no up-front cost to the metro district by using a solar energy financing mechanism. Libraries, schools, water plants and town...

CMC Culinary Institute Director Doug Schwartz teams with photographer John Fielder to benefit Summit County non-profit This article was printed in the Summit Daily News. By Heather Jarvis.  A photography workshop with photographer John Fielder at his home in Acorn Creek will be Sunday, Sept. 20. The intimate workshop...

This article appeared in the Glenwood Spring’s Post Independent By Will Grandbois. High school seniors Alberto Rodriguez, Lane Gwatney, and Brooke Esgar experiment with circuits in CMC’s career academy. Photo: Will Grandbois. While most Garfield County School District Re-2 teens are sleeping in Friday mornings, two...