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April

Field Trip: NSTA to travel to Costa Rica

On June 28, CMU’s student chapter of the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) will travel to Costa Rica to explore the country’s biodiversity and geology. Students will have the opportunity to develop ongoing action ...

Which exercise physiology team put in an impressive performance?

A team of CMU exercise physiology students won the student bowl at the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine conference in early April. Nathan Bachman, Joel Schnierle and Mychal Beauchamp competed in ...

CMU, Mesa County work to prevent domestic violence

CMU faculty and staff members are partnering with the Mesa County Domestic Violence Task Force to host educator Ted Bunch at Faith Heights Church on April 25. Bunch is the co-founder and co-director of A CALL TO MEN, an organization dedicated to ...

CMU business students returned to campus with top honors following a weekend of competitions April 6 and 7.

Five students traveled to St. Louis, Mo. to participate in the Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP) National Collegiate Conference. Competing against peers from 63 colleges and universities from across the nation, CMU ...

CMU makes President’s Honor Roll for seventh year

CMU was named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, which recognizes institutions which reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve meaningful outcomes in their ...

Fine and performing arts heat up with season

Spring into DanceCMU’s dance program presents Spring Into Dance April 26 and 27 in the Moss Performing Arts Center’s Robinson Theatre. The concert will feature adjudicated student choreography alongside professional work that ...

MAVfest celebrates campus diversity

Colorado Mesa University’s Cultural Diversity Board is in the middle of MAVFest, a week-long series of events promoting campus organizations. MAVfest continued with Tuesday’s Safety and Wellness Fair, sponsored by Associated ...

Students selected for Capital Conference

The following students have been selected to participate in the Colorado Capital Conference, sponsored by Senator Mark Udall, CMU and the University of Colorado. Attendees will have a unique opportunity to interact with the nation’s ...

Faculty awarded tenure and promotion

The following faculty members were granted tenure by the CMU Board of Trustees and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor by President Foster: Tyler Anderson, SpanishAnderson has taught at CMU since 2006. He earned his MA in ...

Rosenbaum reaps respectable rewards

Adam Rosenbaum grew up in Norfolk, Va. and didn’t leave the area until he was 17, when he became an exchange student in Germany. The year he spent there encouraged an abiding interest in German culture. Thirteen years later, he earned ...

Hamilton Recreation Center hires massage therapist

Massage therapy is famous for reducing tension, but it can also keep you healthy. A 2010 study from the Cedars-Sinai’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences found that people undergoing massage therapy experienced ...

Unconventional Energy Center announces grants

CMU’s Unconventional Energy Center announced funding for six projects to help the communityposition itself as an epicenter of energy innovation. A $1.6 million grant from the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District was matched byCMU, ...

Student Showcase

If you’ve ever been lost on campus and wished there was an easier way to find classrooms, CMU computer science students have a solution. Jared Christensen, Christina Reed, Eric Signeros and Orin Syanger will present JECO Map, an ...

Spring sports wrap up as Mavericks exceed high expectations

Spicer begins tenure as Director of Athletics Colorado Mesa University’s new Director of Athletics began his tenure April 3. Tom Spicer brings more than 40 years of experience as a coach, instructor and administrator. Spicer will be in ...