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Posts from the Spring 2021 issue

9 Faculty Members Awarded Tenure; 7 Granted Emeriti Status

Nine Colorado College faculty members were approved by the Board of Trustees for tenure and promotion to associate professor following the board’s annual February meeting. The CC faculty members awarded tenure and promoted, effective July 1, are: Additionally, the board awarded emeriti status to seven faculty members who retired or are retiring by the end…

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Board of Trustees Approves New Trustees

At their annual February meeting, the Board of Trustees approved new charter trustees Justin “Chester” White ’15 and Tony Rosendo ’02 (Rosendo will start his position in 2022), and new board officers Jeff Keller ’91 P’22, chair; Ryan Haygood ’97, vice chair; and Heather Carroll ’89, secretary. The positions are effective July 1.

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PrintReleaf Program Update

The Colorado College Bulletin participates in a project called PrintReleaf WeForest as a replanting offset of the paper it uses to print the magazine. PrintReleaf has now completed its reforestation project in São Paulo, Brazil. CC contributed nearly 3,000 trees to the effort, and any excess replanting credits were transferred to a deforestation rehabilitation project…

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Two Library Areas Named in Honor of Jill Tiefenthaler

The CC Board of Trustees recently approved the naming of an entrance and study lounge in the Charles L. Tutt Library in honor of former President Jill Tiefenthaler. The library’s east entrance, which faces Palmer Hall, will be named the Tiefenthaler Entryway, and the large study area next to Susie B’s café on the library’s…

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Gift Creates New Visiting Artist Position in Dance Department

In 2020, Colorado College’s Department of Theatre and Dance received a $530,000 gift to establish the Pamela Battey Mitchell Visiting Artist-in-Residence in Contemporary Dance in honor of Hanya Holm. The gift, from Jere Mitchell, an emeritus academic cardiologist at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, is made in honor of his late wife, Pamela Battey Mitchell ’58.…

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Professor Natalie Gosnell ’08 Receives Cottrell Scholar Award

Assistant Professor of Physics Natalie Gosnell ’08 has been awarded the highly competitive Cottrell Scholar Award, which supports both original scientific research and new educational initiatives. The Cottrell Scholar program is highly competitive and open only to faculty members completing their third year in their first tenure-track appointment. The $100,000 award from the private Research…

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Kat Miller-Stevens Named New Director of State of the Rockies Project

Associate Professor of Business Kat Miller-Stevens has been named the new director of CC’s State of the Rockies Project. Miller-Stevens’ interdisciplinary research bridges the areas of business, public policy, social impact, and nonprofit studies. Her research explores how social movements and collaborations create social change to influence policymakers and powerful industries. She is especially interested…

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Kris Mayotte Named Head Hockey Coach at Colorado College

Colorado College Vice President and Director of Athletics Lesley Irvine has named Kris Mayotte the 15th head coach in the history of the school’s hockey program. Mayotte brings a wealth of success to Colorado College as one of the top assistant coaches and recruiters in the nation. Throughout his 10 years as a Division I assistant…

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CC to Require COVID-19 Vaccination for Fall Semester

Colorado College has been relying upon science, data, its Scientific Advisory Group, national medical consultants, and public health partners to develop COVID-19 protocols, testing, and vaccination plans to keep the CC community safe. These efforts have been successful, resulting in a lower rate of COVID-19 at CC than in the surrounding community. CC plans to…

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$500,000 Gift Supports Student Services Center; Honors Mike and Barbara Yalich

Colorado College has received a $500,000 gift from the Inasmuch Foundation for the Mike and Barbara Yalich Student Services Center. The new student services center will be adjacent to the Ed Robson Arena and will honor the legacy and contributions of alumni Barbara Neeley Yalich ’53 and her late husband Milo “Mike” Yalich ’50. “We are deeply inspired…

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