Events Calendar for the Roaring Fork Campus
American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) Student Math League Contest | Exam Date is February 27
The exam is held at these CMC locations: Glenwood Springs, Rifle, Steamboat Springs, Edwards & Dillon.
Test times vary; please contact your campus test administrator (below)
Compete for a $3000 scholarship. CMC students will have the opportunity to compete for a $3000 scholarship to be used to continue their education at an accredited four-year institution in addition to other awards/honors. To be eligible for this grand prize, CMC students have to commit to taking two one-hour exams (one in the fall and one in the spring) covering topics in mathematics, not to exceed Precalculus. In addition, the top five scorers at CMC will represent our college to be ranked among other community colleges regionally and nationally.
Eligibility: Must be a two-year college student (part-time or full-time) who has not earned a two-year college or higher degree. Must have successfully completed a minimum of 12 semester hours (or equivalent quarter hours) of community college (two-year college) coursework by the end of the academic term in which the second exam is given. Four-year students, high school students and previous recipients of the grand prize are not eligible. Official transcripts and a letter signed by the student and local moderator certifying eligibility will be required in order to award the prize. The scholarship must be used within two years of its award at the conference; if it is not, two scholarships will be awarded in the next year’s competition. Go to: http://www.amatyc.org/SML for more details.
For more information, contacts these test administrators at CMC:
Jason Vargas, Spring Valley 970-947-8156 firstname.lastname@example.org
Benedicte Jeanson, Dillon 970-468-5989 ext. 2809 email@example.com
Alex Krolik, Steamboat Springs 970-870-4476 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy White, Rifle 970-625-1871, x6948 email@example.com
Stacy Yarnell, Edwards 970-569-2900 firstname.lastname@example.org
Core Transformation meets our deep longing to heal ourselves and develop as human beings – emotionally, physically, and spiritually. This ten-step process developed by Connirae Andreas, PhD, starts with any unwanted feeling, thought, symptom or behavior – and then gracefully leads you into a process of self-discovery that opens gateways to inner peace, wholeness, and overall resourcefulness. Problems come to be seen as fertile ground for freeing more and more of your natural, essential self.
This seminar is guided by Kimberlie Chenoweth, founder of The Wholeness Project, who holds a master’s degree in counseling and is a Master NLP Practitioner.
Faculty: Kimberlie Chenoweth
Meets: S, SU • February 28, 2015 – March 1, 2015
Refund Date: February 26, 2015
Use Syn #88168 to Search and Register for your class.
Students from Colorado Mountain College locations in Spring Valley, Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Aspen will celebrate their achievements at a May 2 graduation ceremony at the college’s campus in Spring Valley.
The main ceremony will be from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 2, in the Spring Valley Student Services Center gymnasium, 3000 County Road 114, south of Glenwood Springs.
For more information, call 947‐8200.