Walking Mountains Science Center founder accepts CMC associate professor position
Editor’s note: This story, by reporter Randy Wyrick, first appeared in the May 8, 2017 edition of the Vail Daily. Check back for more upcoming CMC graduation coverage regarding all of the college’s nine graduation ceremonies on eNews. WOLCOTT — Norma Delgado’s Friday evening was filled with firsts. At Colorado Mountain College’s 50th commencement exercises Friday… Continue reading CMC Vail Valley’s class of 2017 celebrates commencement
Colorado Mountain College workshop promoted organic gardening By Kristen Green Organisms that are too small to be seen by the human eye carry the weight of all living things on their microscopic shoulders. Microbes form the foundation of the soil food web, helping the soil support plant life, which supports the rest of life as… Continue reading Teaming with Microbes a lesson in sustainability
Colorado Mountain College service-learning project reaches out to young readers By Kristin Carlson [EDWARDS] – After a wave of deep budget cuts at the national, state and local levels, schools across Colorado are seeking innovative ways to deliver more education for less money, and Edwards Elementary School is no exception. So when Evan Weatherbie, developmental… Continue reading Reading Buddies program builds relationships, literacy skills
Sarah Neaf travels to famous film festival next week in role of “mentoring chef” This article first appeared in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. By Heidi Rice. With a strappy gold gown in tow, Sarah Naef of Glenwood Springs is on her way this week to walk the red carpet at the 2011 Cannes Film… Continue reading Culinary Arts Grad hits Cannes’ Red Carpet
Vail Valley 17-year-old gets college degree By Sarah Mausolf, Vail Daily VAIL VALLEY, Colorado — Joey DeLia will be double-fisting diplomas this spring. He’s just 17, but he’s already graduating from Colorado Mountain College with an associate of science degree May 1.
Rymer named full-time faculty of year for entire district, adjunct Cowles honored by local campus By Suzie Romig EDWARDS – “We have approximately one hundred full-time faculty at Colorado Mountain College, across all our campuses, and you are the top dog,” Dr. Stan Jensen, collegewide president, told stunned culinary educator Todd Rymer.