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New subscription options available for 2015-16 theatre season

Season tickets are now available for Colorado Mesa University’s 2015-16 Theatre Arts season. New subscription options are available this year to enable patrons to customize the season to their liking. The year kicks off with the Tony ...

Welcome back to campus!

Campus Coach Steve — played by Bill Flanik, PhD, assistant professor of political science — whipped Mavericks into shape before the semester began.

Sowing the seeds of the future: CMU-affiliated robotics team takes on agricultural challenge

Grit Robotics — a robot-building team made up of community members and Colorado Mesa University students, alumni and faculty — spent part of the summer competing in the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency’s ...

Faculty and staff accomplishments

Music Professor Arthur Houle stayed busy this summer completing his spring 2015 sabbatical project, digitizing hundreds of recordings of performances and master classes by the renowned Leonard Shure, his former teacher. He performed on ...

Cycling center named for donor

Colorado Mesa University’s state-of-the-art cycling center was named the Chamberlin Cycling Center in recognition of the generous support the center has received from local architect Ed Chamberlin on Aug. 13. In addition to announcing ...

Ceramic installation opens in art gallery

The Colorado Mesa University Art Gallery presents Austerity, an installation work by ceramicist Steve Hilton. Hilton’s recent ceramic installations utilize mainly unfired clay, as a result of an exhibit and residency in ...

Incoming students picture themselves at CMU

When Madison Rasimas committed to Colorado Mesa University’s women’s soccer team, she did it in style. The high school junior sent CMU a video showcasing her talents and her excitement about attending the university in 2016, ...

All-star concert kicks off Music at Mesa

The annual Music Faculty Gala, a celebration showcasing the talents of the Colorado Mesa University music department faculty, is Sept. 11 at 7:30pm in the Moss Performing Arts Center’s Love Recital Hall. Faculty will take the stage with ...

TRiO support program receives five-year grant renewal

Underserved Colorado Mesa University students will continue to have an incredible resource available to them for the next five years. This summer, the U.S. Department of Education renewed funding for CMU’s TRiO Student Support Services ...

New university license plates

Colorado Mesa University alumni, supporters, students and employees have another way to show their Maverick pride — CMU license plates are now available to Colorado motorists through their local clerk and recorder’s ...

Something for everyone at the Maverick Innovation Center

Colorado Mesa University’s Maverick Innovation Center at Piñon Hall opened its doors this week. A resource available to students from any field of study, the center houses a workshop space where aspiring entrepreneurs can ...

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