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September

CMU launches social research center, releases first political poll

Colorado Mesa University and Rocky Mountain PBS are partnering with Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania to introduce the new CMU-RMPBS Poll through CMU’s newest research center.   The first poll released ...

James and the Giant Peach opens theatre season

CMU’s Department of Theatre Arts will open its 2016-17 season with Roald Dahl’s “James and the Giant Peach,” September 29-October 8 in the Moss Performing Arts Center Robinson Theatre. The musical will be ...

While abroad nursing student’s training put to the test

Two million spectators lined the street cheering on cyclists competing in the first day of the Tour of Qinghai Lake in Xining, China.  With about three kilometers to go in the first stage, a spectator walked out of the crowd and into the ...

CMU Intern helps excavate rare dinosaur skull

Introductions. Being assigned a small desk in the corner. Paperwork. These are the types of experiences most interns encounter on their first day. Ian Gardner, a Colorado Mesa University student, helped unearth an extremely rare Apatosaurus skull ...

CMU Veterans Services Center moves to new home

For over two years Amanda Herron, Veteran’s Benefits and Services Coordinator, met with veterans in her cubicle located in the Registrar’s Office, but thanks to a $10,000 grant the Veterans Services Center now has a new, ...

CMU, RMPBS launch statewide political poll

Grand Junction – Colorado Mesa University and Rocky Mountain PBS are partnering with Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania to introduce the new CMU-RMPBS Poll through CMU’s newest research center. “No one ...

New chief academic officer enjoying the fast pace at CMU

Grand Junction – It was the high-caliber academic programs coupled with the rapid growth and change that attracted Cynthia Pemberton to Colorado Mesa University. She is now into her third month as CMU’s new vice president of ...

CMU breaks ground on new engineering building

Colorado Mesa University today hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking for its newest academic building. University officials were joined by representatives of the John McConnell Math and Science Center. Students from the New Emerson School also ...

Join the discussion with CMU Theatre and Tomlinson Library

The Colorado Mesa University Department of Theatre Arts kicks off its’ 2016-2017 season with a new initiative to get audience members more involved by partnering with the Tomlinson library.  This season will include four new ...

Ensuring a more inclusive environment for LGBT athletes at CMU

"How many of you have ever told a lie?" The crowd of approximately 850 student-athletes, coaches and administrators gathered in CMU's Meyer Ballroom sheepishly raised their hands. "And how long did your lie last?" As the crowd contemplated, Glenn ...

Staff Profile: Bronson Henriques telling people's stories through film

Bronson Henriques is a Maverick and has been for years while attending Colorado Mesa. Recently this Maverick alumnus changed roles — from proud alum to staff — as he assumed the role of Videographer and Media Asset Manager in ...

Introducing the new Vice President for Academic Affairs

Bold. Complex. Interesting. Words used to describe Colorado Mesa University by newly hired Vice President for Academic Affairs Cynthia Pemberton. “My impression of CMU and its trajectory is that it’s nothing short of ...