CMC professor receives honor
Colorado Mountain College professor Terry Hunter recently was appointed to the academic advisory board of the American Hotel & Lodging Association's Educational Institute.
Hunter, who is the resort management professor at CMC's Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs, has been on the AH&LA faculty since 1994 and uses their curricula to train and certify CMC students. Resort management students at CMC can earn AH&LA vocational certificates or associate of applied science degrees.
As a board member of the AH&LA Educational Institute, Hunter is in a position to strengthen the relationship between academia and the hospitality industry, and to enhance the educational development of current and future industry leaders.
Hunter also was named 2007 full-time faculty member of the year for the Alpine Campus.
The AH&LA is a trade organization representing the $103.6 billion lodging industry in the United States. Its affiliate, the Educational Institute, is a nonprofit educational foundation that develops textbooks, courses and other instructor resources for post-secondary training in the hospitality industry.
CMC Geology professor Tom Delancey was selected as adjunct faculty member of the year for the Alpine Campus in Steamboat.
Meadows makes Gonzaga's Dean's List
Ashley Lynn Meadows, a sophomore from Oak Creek, was named to the Gonzaga University's Dean's List for the fall 2006 semester. Students must earn a 3.5 to a 3.69 GPA to be listed on the Dean's List.