By Carrie Click. Educators Dr. Kimberly Harding and Erin Donovan have been named 2015 full-time and adjunct, respectively, Faculty of the Year for Colorado Mountain College’s online learning department. Harding, who also teaches science at the college’s residential campus at Spring Valley, was noted for developing and delivering an outstanding online version of the Human… Continue reading Harding, Donovan named full-time, adjunct Faculty of the Year for online learning
Public invited to meet Walter Isaacson and learn about CMC’s new school in Aspen and Glenwood Springs On July 18 Colorado Mountain College will celebrate the Dedication Day of its new Isaacson School for New Media, with numerous events at the Aspen District Theatre. Free events open to the public are: • 9:30-11:30 a.m.: Dedication… Continue reading Isaacson School for New Media Dedication Day July 18
CMC receives $17,000 in science equipment from ex-residents [BRECKENRIDGE] – One day, perhaps some renowned scientific genius will look back and give thanks to two former Breckenridge residents for a gift which launched that scientist’s career. That may be the case, after Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge recently received a generous donation of new scientific… Continue reading Enquiring minds might get answers, career, thanks to donation
Solar farm harvests power for CMC in Leadville By Kristin Carlson The new solar farm at the Leadville campus of Colorado Mountain College is one of the first, large-scale solar arrays designed to maximize sustainable energy savings at a high altitude, where cold temperatures and heavy snows typically make energy conservation a challenge. “Making the… Continue reading New altitude for sustainable energy
College’s emergency & weather closure notification system test is Sept. 29 Take a couple of minutes to update your Colorado Mountain College contact information. It could save you a lot of trouble down the road. On Sept. 29, the College will test CMC Alert, the notification system designed to notify students and employees about emergencies… Continue reading R U Alert?
Colorado Mountain College will soon test and deploy CMC Alert, the notification system designed to notify students and employees about emergencies or weather closures.
Staff hosts open house Oct. 9-10, offers low-cost water sample testing