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The Aspen Institute announced its inaugural class of the Aspen Presidential Fellows, including Dr. Matt Gianneschi, chief operating officer and chief of staff at Colorado Mountain College. One of only 40 nationwide for inaugural class of highly selective program Today, the Aspen Institute announced its inaugural...

Lin Stickler came out of retirement to lead Colorado Mountain College’s student affairs department through major transitions, and is now is re-retiring. Vice President of Student Affairs Lin Stickler, who came out of retirement three years ago for what she thought would be only a 110-day interim assignment, will now...

CMC Disabilities Services Coordinator Karin Mitchell, author of “Between Families.” Photo Matt Lit Silverthorne author Karin Mitchell, the disabilities services coordinator at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge and Dillon, recently was named a finalist in an international award competition, for her first...

October’s Association of Community College Trustees Annual Congress marked the ending of an era for Debbie Novak, executive assistant to Colorado Mountain College’s president and staff secretary to the CMC Board of Trustees. For the past year Novak has been the president of the Professional Board Staff Network of...

Richard Gonzales has been hired as the first in-house general counsel for Colorado Mountain College. Pueblo native and Denver-based attorney Richard Gonzales has been hired as the new in-house general counsel for Colorado Mountain College. “We are pleased to offer this position to such an extraordinary,...

Dr. Matt Gianneschi, chief operating officer and chief of staff at Colorado Mountain College, recently published two groundbreaking reports on the reform of remedial education. Shown here, during the September Town Hall tour of the CMC district, he’s discussing how the college might address this national issue by...

  While they waited for commencement exercises to begin this past May, Nancy Genova, Colorado Mountain College campus vice president in Rifle, spoke with students such as GED recipients Claudia Carrasco, left, and Jacobed Carrasco. Genova is retiring from the college after 27 years. Photo Charles Engelbert Both...

CMC’ers help raise funds for Special Olympics Colorado Nearly two dozen Colorado Mountain College employees, family members and students came together from throughout the college’s numerous campuses to take part in the 194-mile, Copper Mountain to Snowmass, Ragnar Relay Colorado over the weekend to raise funds for...

Dr. Peggy Curry was one of the speakers at the 2013 commencement exercises for Colorado Mountain College’s Edwards Campus. Curry is retiring from the college after 12 years as campus vice president. Photo Pettit Photography [EDWARDS, Colo.] – Dr. Peggy Curry, campus vice president at Colorado Mountain College in...