March – July 2014
An evening for the public with three leading Alzheimer’s research scientists.
Exciting scientific progress is being made in discovering potential ways to predict, treat, delay and even prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. Concurrent with its joint scientific research conferences on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases, Silverthorne-based nonprofit Keystone Symposia is hosting a free evening event for the public with three leading Alzheimer’s researchers: Dr. David M. Holtzman from Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Richard Mayeux from Columbia University and New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Dr. John Q. Trojanowski from the University of Pennsylvania. Brief presentations by the panelists will be followed by audience Q&A.
Join us at the Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium CMC Breckenridge for an hour long free speaker event discussing how to forecast powder in Summit County. Joel Gratz founder of Opensnow.com will speak about what makes our weather work in Summit County, when to expect good powder days and why weather forecasts around here are so hard to predict.
Join us for an evening with the Summit Choral Society as they present “Arts in the Community”.
Join us with Summit Reads “Getting Green Done” by Auden Schendler and a panel of experts at the Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium at CMC Breckenridge.
What is the Colorado Mountain College Summer Technology Institute?
The Colorado Mountain College Summer Technology Institute is a week-long, technology-packed learning adventure. Institute students will learn about the technical, creative, and business aspects of technology. Students will work in the new CMC Computer Lab, accessing state of the art hardware and computer applications and work with experienced instructors who are professionals at the forefront of their fields. Students will learn web site development, digital photography, e-commerce shopping carts, Photoshop, video production and editing, and more. At the end of the week, teams of students will apply and present all of their new skills in the form of a final team capstone project.
The mission of the Colorado Mountain College Summer Technology Institute is to provide participants with an opportunity to experience the dynamic, multi-faceted worlds of technology in a week-long enrichment institute.
What to Expect
- An Extraordinary Learning Adventure
- Lot of Hands-on Projects Using State of the Art Computer Labs
- Four Fantastic Instructors: Small Student-to-Instructor Ratio
- Technology Teamwork Adventures
- Colorado Mountain College Summer Technology Institute Swag
- Fun! The Best Week of Your Summer
- Summer Technology Institute 2014 Flyer
- Institute 2014 Dates: 07-21-2014 to 07-25-2014
- Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm
- Daily Lunch, Snacks, and Drinks Provided
- Tuition: $495
- Enrollment: 15 Students
Registration & Tuition Information