Taking the long view – for Aspen

The Aspen Times published the following editorial on Aug. 5, 2019.  By Carrie Besnette Hauser Aspen is exceptional – a place of majestic beauty, inspired creativity, extraordinary foresight, and demonstrated generosity. However, even with world-class services and resort amenities, and high-quality health care, schools, and public transportation, Aspen lacks several key components that make a… Continue reading Taking the long view – for Aspen

Personal experience fuels CMC grad’s desire to teach immigrants

Four Colorado Mountain College students were among 27 future educators honored at the state capitol May 8, 2017, in the inaugural ceremony of Colorado’s Aspiring Educator Honor Roll. The initiative to create the honor roll came from Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, the executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. Hunter Reed (center, holding the CMC flag) is shown here with, left to right, CMC Edwards student Cherie Rollins, CMC Glenwood Springs student Kenia Pinela, CMC Edwards student Saira Hernandez, Hunter Reed, CMC Glenwood Springs student Monika Marsh, CMC faculty Dr. Leticia Burbano de Lara, and Dr. Katy Anthes, the Colorado Department of Education commissioner of education.

Carbondale resident wants to focus on traumatized students, families

CMC earns honorable mention in national climate leadership awards

Adrian Fielder, assistant dean of instruction at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, fuels up at the college’s electric vehicle charging station at CMC Carbondale. The college has 10 charging stations paid for through a grant from the Colorado Energy Office. This collaboration was among those that recently earned the college an honorable mention in the 2018 Higher Education Climate Leadership Awards. Photo Julie Albrecht

College recognized for variety of sustainability efforts