Grand Valley grad continues long family tradition of teaching By Mike McKibbin Colorado Mountain College students Malcolm King and Jazmine Vogel listen to and learn from ceramics instructor Gabe Brubacher at the college's West Garfield Campus in Rifle. Photo Mike McKibbin RIFLE – Gabe Brubacher held an unfinished clay...

By Nancy Genova, acting CEO of Colorado Mountain College’s West Garfield Campus Nancy Genova, acting CEO of the West Garfield Campus. Photo Ed Kosmicki. I’m often asked what sets a community college apart from other educational options. Aside from the obvious affordability, flexibility, and responsiveness to...

Legislative changes open college-level courses to more high school students Dr. Deborah "Sunny" Schmitt, assistant vice president for academic affairs at Colorado Mountain College, recently was named to the state Department of Higher Education's Concurrent Enrollment Advisory Board. Photo Doug Stewart Thanks to...

Associate prof is one of 60 from U.S. this year By Suzie Romig Summit Campus teacher Sharon Aguiar taken in summer 2009 before leaving for Fulbright Teacher Exchange for 2009/10 year. Photo by Jim Lamb/Summit Campus DILLON – Uprooting one’s life as a professional with a family and moving to another country for a...

By Jimmy Westlake, professor of physical science, Alpine Campus Folks with a 10-inch or larger telescope might actually get to see the rising dust plume from the Cabeus crater at 5:30 am MDT on Friday morning 10/09. Photo Credit: NMSU / MSFC Tortugas Observatory Water on the moon? Sounds ridiculous. How can an...

Telemark Skier Magazine to screen new film this weekend By Margaret Hair Steamboat Springs — Ski and snowboard addicts can get a fix of the winter this weekend with screenings of two new snow sports films. “Re:Session,” the 2009 ski and snowboard movie from Teton Gravity Research, plays at 7 p.m. Friday at the...

Instructor and part-time division director of developmental education and English as a Second Language Not only does Barbara Johnson get the reward of seeing her developmental education students overcome personal struggles to learn, her peers rewarded her with a teacher-of-the-year award at a recent...

Vail-Eagle Valley Campus part-time faculty of the year Accounting and economics adjunct professor Rich Tarmey is passionate about teaching and his subjects, but he also continues to learn from this students. Accounting and Economics adjunct professor Rich Tarmey was honored as the Vail-Eagle Valley Campus part-time...