Category Archives: Faculty

Leslie Gumbrecht

Associate Professor of Developmental English Contact lgumbrecht@coloradomtn.edu (970) 870-4515 CMC Location: Steamboat Springs Degrees/Education M.A. in English, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado (2003) Applied Linguistics Program Thesis: “Identity, Emotion, and Ability: Using Literacy Narratives to Understand Student Needs” B.A. in English, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado (1999) Concentrations in Literature and Writing Programs English, Sustainability […]

Timothy Loes

Associate Professor of Science/Biology Contact: tloes@coloradomtn.edu 970-569-2944 CMC Location: Edwards Education: B.S. in Biomedical Science, St. Cloud University M.S. in Cellular, Molecular, and Organismal Biology, St. Cloud University Professional Interests: Tim is also part of CMC’s Study Abroad faculty and has traveled on multiple trips throughout parts of Central America, including Guatemala, Belize, and Honduras, […]

Peter Huber

Peter Huber, Adjunct Faculty of Outdoor Studies phuber@coloradomtn.edu 970-846-4163 Alpine and Timberline Campuses After receiving his A.A. degree from CMC’s Steamboat Springs Campus, Pete followed his passion for the outdoors to Prescott College in Arizona and completed his B.A. in Outdoor Education. Since that time, he has worked extensively with CMC’s Outdoor Programs in Leadville […]

Carol Koch

Carol Koch, Associate Professor of Spanish ckoch@coloradomtn.edu 970-569-2914 Vail-Eagle Valley Campus Carol Koch has lived in Mexico and has traveled extensively within Mexico as well as Central America and Spain. She holds a Master’s Degree in Pre-modern Spanish Literature and Bachelor’s of Arts degrees in Environmental Conservation, English Literature, and Spanish Language and Literature (Magna […]

Trey Shelton

Outdoor Studies Program Coordinator tshelton@coloradomtn.edu Timberline Campus / Colorado Mountain College 901 S. Highway 24, Leadville, CO 80461 719-486-4253 office As 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, […]

Lauren DeAre

Adjunct Professor of Spanish for the Roaring Fork Campus ldeare@coloradomtn.edu Roaring Fork Campus / Colorado Mountain College 690 Colorado Avenue, Carbondale, CO  81623 970-963-2300 office, 970-963-2325 fax Lauren 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 […]

Stewart, Steven

Dr.  Steven Stewart Education PhD. in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, University of New Mexico. Bachelor of Business Administration, University of New Mexico. Steven’s work experience includes serving as an adjunct professor teaching at Colorado Mountain College’s Leadville campus, Adams State University, School of Business and American Intercontinental University, Online.  He has served as a […]

Staib, Patrick

Dr. Patrick W. Staib Education Doctorate and Master’s degrees in Anthropology and Latin American Studies, University of New Mexico Dissertation: Coffee and Countryside: Small Farmers and Sustainable Development in Las Segovias de Nicaragua. BA in Spanish and Religion from Dickinson College. Dr. Patrick W. Staib most recently served as a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology […]

#Faculty/Awards

Faculty of the Year, 2013 Biology instructor Becky Sears was named full-time faculty of the year at CMC in  Steamboat Springs. Sears has a bachelor’s in environmental biology and a masters in integrative physiology. “It’s an unusual combination of degrees,” said Sears, “but as it turns out, my background set me up perfectly to teach.” Read eNews Story

#Faculty/Awards

Faculty of the Year, 2013 Dr. George Cornwall, biology instructor named the adjunct Faculty of the Year at CMC in Aspen. “It was a really big change to go from teaching 400 to 500 students at CU to having 10-20 students in my class at CMC,” she said. “It allows me to have a bigger impact on […]