1000 Words: CMC Steamboat Springs shares vegies with LiftUp Routt County

Mikhaila Hobbs, LiftUp of Routt County food bank manager, accepts a donation of fresh greens from Becky Edmiston, professor of biology. The vegetables were harvested from the Bear Park Permaculture Center at CMC Steamboat Springs. The center produces hundreds of pounds of food each year including tomatoes, squash, greens, beets, radishes, broccoli, beans, berries, apples and more. Photo by Greg Hughey

Bear Park’s growing dome produces plenty of vegetables to go around

Colorado Mountain College names Norling as campus vice president

JC Norling has been named vice president and campus dean for Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs, effective immediately. He has been serving as interim campus leader since September 2020; before that time, he had served the college as an associate dean of academic affairs.

Jonathan “JC” Norling has been appointed as the vice president and campus dean of Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs, effective immediately. Norling has been providing interim campus leadership in Steamboat Springs since Sept. 1, 2020, following the retirement of former campus vice president, Kathy Kiser-Miller. Previously he had been the associate dean of academic affairs… Continue reading Colorado Mountain College names Norling as campus vice president

CMC Steamboat student honored as 2020 Colorado TRIO Achiever

Selected from thousands of students, Eleysa Schofield, here at Lookout Mountain above Golden, has been named a Colorado TRIO Achiever award recipient. With help from Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs and TRIO, a federal student support program, Schofield is completing an associate degree and is working towards a bachelor’s at the Steamboat campus.

Eleysa Schofield selected from 17,000 students for competitive recognition

Honey Stinger and Colorado Mountain College expand partnership

Honey Stinger hosted a ribbon cutting celebration with Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs on Aug. 5. Honey Stinger has gifted the college’s Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center a large loft space to operate from in Honey Stinger’s new headquarters on Airport Circle. At the ceremony are, from left, CMC’s mascot Swoop the eagle; YVEC Director Randy Rudasics; CMC President and CEO Carrie Besnette Hauser; Honey Stinger’s mascot Buzz the bee, and Honey Stinger CEO Mike Keown. Photo Greg Hughey

Sports nutrition company gifts portion of headquarters for CMC Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center’s use

CMC Steamboat Springs leader Kiser-Miller to retire

After 25 years at Colorado Mountain College, Kathy Kiser-Miller, here at CMC Steamboat Springs 2019 commencement, is retiring at the end of August. Whether as faculty member, college-wide vice president of Academic Affairs, or college vice president and Steamboat campus dean, she has made a significant impact at the college. Photo David Watson

Leaves strong legacy in college’s academic offerings, structure

Banff Mountain Film Festival comes to Steamboat

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour’s stop at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs on Oct. 9 will feature top films such as "Break on Through," about 21-year-old professional rock climber Margo Hayes and her quest to become the first woman to climb a 5.15 route. Photo Greg Mionske

Films screen Oct. 9 at Allbright Auditorium