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...

CMC receives approval to offer two fully online associate degrees Daryl Yarrow is the Colorado Mountain College vice president who oversees distance learning. The number of students taking distance learning classes through the college increased 29 percent compared to the same time last fall. In line with current...

Landscapes on display at CMC Gallery through Nov. 20 By Kristin Carlson "Reflections," oil, 7x9 inches, is one of the 37 paintings from landscape artist Dan Young's new exhibit, "From Dusk 'til Dawn." The exhibit will be on display at Colorado Mountain College's gallery in downtown Glenwood Springs through Nov. 20....

The new eNews site uses the same URL as the old site: enews.coloradomtn.edu. For those of you who have already changed your browser’s home page away from the eNews site, here’s how you can switch it back: Firefox: Open your browser to http://enews.coloradomtn.edu. Go to Tools>Options in your browser’s...

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...

Aspen CMC rolls rise 7 percent John Stroud Glenwood Springs correspondent, Aspen Times Matt Alberico waits for his next class at the Spring Valley Campus of Colorado Mountain College, outside Glenwood Springs, Wednesday morning. Kelley Cox/Post Independent GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Colorado Mountain College is seeing an...

Staff hosts open house Oct. 9-10, offers low-cost water sample testing By Suzie Romig The inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer, at right, with the duct hose leading up into the ceiling, is one of the pieces of high-tech equipment in Colorado Mountain College's new Timberline Analytical Lab. The...

Commitment made to green programs, buildings, internal practices In Breckenridge last week Nancy Genova, executive vice president for initiatives and innovations at Colorado Mountain College, explains why college President Dr. Stan Jensen (at far right) is signing the American College & University Presidents'...

Enrollment was up 2.4 percent at the Vail-Eagle Valley Campus in Edwards Vail Daily staff report Enrollment in Colorado Mountain College's distance learning courses increased 29 percent this semester. Colorado Mountain College photo by Ed Kosmicki. VAIL VALLEY, Colorado— Enrollment in distance learning courses...

Regis University top accounting grad one of many success stories from Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship program Yesenia Silva-Estrada was an Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship winner in 2005, and earned her Associate's degree from Colorado Mountain College. She recently graduated with honors from Regis...