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Writing the final chapter of the Learning: Renovated campaign November 2015

Thanks to donors on campus and throughout the community, the Colorado Mesa University Foundation has raised approximately half of its $6 million goal for the renovation and expansion of Tomlinson Library through the Learning: Renovated campaign. ...

A word from the President

The wait is almost over. When students, faculty and staff return from the Thanksgiving holiday, the renovated and expanded Tomlinson Library will reopen for use. After a year of work, it’s exciting to have this great new space available ...

Sustainability Council recognized by local church

The Colorado Mesa University Sustainability Council’s efforts to foster responsible environmental practices recently garnered recognition from the Grand Junction community. The Church of the Nativity awarded the council their inaugural ...

New lecture series showcases expertise of kinesiology students and faculty

You’ve probably heard of Colorado Mesa University’s Monfort Family Human Performance Lab, but unless you’re a student-athlete or spend a lot of time in the Kinesiology Department, you may be unaware that this ...

“Fall for Dance” leaps back into Robinson Theatre

Colorado Mesa University will present its annual Fall for Dance concert on Nov. 20 and 21 in the Moss Performing Arts Center’s Robinson Theatre. CMU’s dance concerts are an exciting blend of dance styles ranging from ...

New scholarship opportunity energizes institution

Colorado Mesa University and the Western Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association (WSCOGA) have created a new endowment that will provide an annual scholarship award to Colorado’s most outstanding student pursuing a future career in ...

Music at Mesa celebrates the 16th annual Best of the West Music Festival

The Best of the West Music Festival, sponsored by Karen Combs, returns to Colorado Mesa University’s Moss Performing Arts Center on Dec. 3–5. It features three public concerts and two days of workshops for more than 200 ...

Writing the final chapter of the Learning: Renovated campaign

Thanks to donors on campus and throughout the community, the Colorado Mesa University Foundation has raised approximately half of its $6 million goal for the renovation and expansion of Tomlinson Library through the Learning: Renovated campaign. ...

Faculty and staff achievements

Calvin Hofer, head of the Colorado Mesa University Department of Music, was elected to the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) Commission on Accreditation for a three-year term. He also serves as a visiting evaluator both as a team ...

Staff Profile: Anna Nichols

Anna Nichols is good at managing money and is passionate about helping others. She feels fortunate to be combining these interests as deputy controller of accounts receivable in the Office of Student Accounts at Colorado Mesa ...

Faculty Profile: Jennifer LaBombard-Daniels

At Colorado Mesa University, faculty members take great pride in a close teacher-student relationship. That was the primary reason Jennifer LaBombard-Daniels, PhD, and her family moved from the Maryland area to Grand Junction in 2011. The ...

A website for sore eyes: CMU’s web presence undergoes a thorough redesign

The Colorado Mesa University website is having some work done. This goes beyond a facelift — it’s a transformative nip and tuck. When the new version of the site goes live in mid-December, users may not even recognize it. And ...

An interactive bike tour of campus

This tour of Colorado Mesa University’s main campus is interactive, meaning viewers can control their view as the video plays and look around a full 360 degrees. It works best on a mobile device, which can be turned to look ...

October

Tomlinson Library’s new features are anything but by-the-book

Colorado Mesa University’s Tomlinson library has been closed since last fall, undergoing an expansive renovation. On Nov. 30, students will finally be able to study in the transformed library. They can also get a bagel. The center of ...

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