CMC International Programs Faculty

Current CMC Faculty can propose a program using the form linked here. Please contact Bob Gumbrecht with any questions.

Bob Gumbrecht, International Programs Committee – ChairBob GumbrechtAlpine Campus / Colorado Mountain College
1330 Bob Adams Drive
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
970-870-4484 officeBob Gumbrecht, Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences, has led CMC students to Nicaragua for the past four years. In 2006, Professor Gumbrecht and his political science students participated as election observers in Nicaragua’s historic presidential election. In subsequent years, CMC students have studied Nicaraguan politics, global economics, and U.S. foreign policy with Professor Gumbrecht on these seminars. Bob is a Ph.D. candidate in International Studies with emphases in Latin American politics, comparative government, and international political economy and has traveled and studied extensively throughout Central America.Lauren DeAre

Lauren DeAre,
Roaring Fork Campus / Colorado Mountain College
690 Colorado Avenue, Carbondale, CO  81623
970-963-2300 office, 970-963-2325 faxLauren DeAre is an Adjunct Professor of Spanish for the Roaring Fork Campus, teaching conversational Spanish at all levels.  She has traveled extensively in addition to living and teaching in Spain, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico and Thailand.  Her education includes BA degrees in English and Spanish, a Master’s in Education, a Certificate in Translation Studies, and she is currently pursuing a Master’s in Spanish Linguistics.  Lauren is passionate about sharing her love of learning and curiosity in experiencing other cultures.

Colorado Mountain College Assistant Professor of Outdoor Education Cooper Mallozzi.Cooper Mallozzi,
Timberline Campus / Colorado Mountain College
901 S. Highway 24, Leadville, CO 80461
719-486-4272 officeCooper Mallozzi is the at CMC’s Leadville campus. With a Master’s in Science Education, his passion for sharing natural phenomena with students has found him exploring the mountains, canyons and deserts of the west as a science faculty for the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS),  High Mountain Institute and CMC. Cooper also worked at the Alpine Environmental Education Center in Switzerland and the Zambezi Environmental Education Camp which traveled through Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia. Few things are more exciting for him than sharing new experiences and environments with students.
Colorado Mountain College Program Coordinator and Adjunct Faculty Trey Shelton.Trey Shelton,
Timberline Campus / Colorado Mountain College
901 S. Highway 24, Leadville, CO 80461
719-486-4253 officeAs the Program Coordinator and adjunct faculty for Outdoor Studies at CMC Leadville, Trey enjoys working with students in all aspects of outdoor education. With a background in Resource and Environmental Geography and outdoor guiding, Trey has a passion for experiential education in the outdoors, both within the United States and abroad. He has traveled, worked and lived overseas throughout much of Europe as well as southern Kenya and has a love of exploring and sharing international communities and cultures. This passion has found him working as an educator and facilitator with the local Maasai of southern Africa, Heifer International, and the United Nations’ Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development programs.

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