Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 5 through April 7, 2005. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Unveiling of the 2005 State of the Rockies Report Card, by Walter Hecox (CC professor of economics) and Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004); Celebrating Rockies Civic Engagement and Creativity, with F. Patrick Holmes (CC class of 2003), Cathy Robbins, Chase Whitney, Matthew Lee-Ashley, Mary Lou Makepeace, and Joseph Garcia; Toxic Rockies, with Walter Hecox, Philip M. Kannan (CC distinguished lecturer), Bryan Hurlbutt, and Caitlin O'Brady (CC class of 2005); 2005 State of the Rockies Conference Challenge Talks, with Walter Hecox, Patricia Limerick, and Terry L. Anderson; Energy in the Rockies: Patterns, Trends and Assessment, with Walter Hecox, Chase Whitney, F. Patrick Holmes, Bryan Hurlbutt, Michelle Sullivan, and John Nielsen; Energy Challenge in the Rockies, with Walter Hecox, and Amory Lovins; A New West, a New Energy Policy, by keynote speaker, Bill Richardson and respondent Matt Simmons; Native Americans Regaining Sovereignty: Success Stories, with Walter Hecox, A. David Lester, Jacqueline Johnson, Chase Whitney, Tony Skrelunas, and Ira New Breast; Sprawl and National Parks' Stress, with Chase Whitney, F. Patrick Holmes, Bryan Hurlbutt, Christie Renner (CC class of 2005), and F. Patrick Holmes; Ground Truthing: The Open Space of Democracy, by Terry Tempest Williams.
Poster created for Colorado College 2004 State of the Rockies," [to be held May 3-4] 2004 at Colorado College. Photograph by Stephen Weaver entitled, "Clearing Storm, Maroon Bells, Colorado."
Keynote speech from the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 5 through April 7, 2005. This keynote speech was delivered by Governor Bill Richardson, April 6, 2005.
Invitation to the inauguration of Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler on September 22, 2012.
Poster created for "Opening Convocation for the 132nd Academic Year of Colorado College and Welcome to the Class of 2009" to be held on Monday, September 5, 2005 in Shove Memorial Chapel, Colorado College. Presenters include Richard F. Celeste, Andrew M. Mulkeen, Dee Bradley Baker, and James Malcolm.
Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 10 through April 13, 2006. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Unveiling of the 2006 State of the Rockies Report Card, by Walter Hecox (CC professor of economics), Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004), Caitlin O'Brady (CC class of 2005); Land Conservation - Protecting Unique Landscapes and Habitats, with Tass Kelso (CC professor of biology), Jared Kapela (CC class of 2006), Bruce Runnels, Charles Bedford, Chris Pague; Preserving Biodiversity - Addressing Threatened, Endangered, and Invasive Species, with Walter Hecox, Joanna Prukop, Amanda Strauss (CC class of 2006), Randy Simmons, Anna Sher; Ranching in the Rockies - Threats and Signs of Hope, with Jack Wold (CC class of 1975), Andrew Yarbrough (CC class of 2006), Dan Dagget, Doc and Connie Hatfield, Dale Lasater, Brian Rohter, John Schiffer (CC class of 1967); Conservation in Action - Success Stories, with Caitlin O'Brady, John Fielder, Sydney Macy; Environmental Justice - Equally Protecting All Humans and the Environment, with Wade Roberts (CC professor of sociology), Angela Banfill (CC class of 2006), Jean Belille, William Snape III, Liam Downey, Kathryn Mutz, Sally L. Palmer; New Approaches to Governing the Rockies - Can Our Region's Political Voices Be Heard? with Tom Cronin (CC professor of political science), Chris Jackson (CC class of 2006), Daniel Kemmis, Michael Stratton, Sandy Buffett (CC class of 1991); Climate Change - What Happens in a Warmer Rockies, with Matthew Reuer, Gregory Zimmerman (CC class of 2006), Roger A. Pielke Sr., Roger Pielke, Jr., Auden Schendler; Rockies' History Comes Alive - John Wesley Powell Returns, with Anne Hyde (CC professor of history), Clay Jenkinson.
Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 9 through April 11, 2007. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Water Sustainability, with David Havlick, Tyler McMahon (CC class of 2007), Melinda Kassen, Gary Bostrom; Keynote speaker, Kay Brothers; Forest Health, with Brian Linkhart, Carissa Look (CC class of 2007), Merrill Kaufmann, Mary Mitsos, Phillip Kannan (CC distinguished lecturer); Keynote speaker, James Hubbard; New Communities/New Urbanism, with Ruth Kolarik (CC professor of art), Chris Jackson (CC class of 2006), Mark Johnson, Mark Tremmel; Keynote speaker, Peter Calthorpe.
Poster created for "Colorado College 2008 State of the Rockies," [to be held April 6-8], 2008 at Colorado College. Activities include workshops entitled: Affordable Housing in Colorado Springs; Promoting Renewable Energy in Colorado Springs; Managing Recreation in Colorado's Wilderness; Immigration in Colorado Springs; Restoration Opportunities in the Fountain Creek Watershed; [lecture by] Gale Norton. Photograph by Stephen Weaver.
Poster created for the 2009 Colorado College State of the Rockies Symposium to be held Sunday, April 5, 2009 through Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at Colorado College. Photograph by Stephen G. Weaver.
Colorado College Professor of Religion Sam Williams presents the 2006 Baccalaureate keynote address. The Colorado College baccalaureate ceremony offers a quiet, intimate opportunity to pause and reflect on the rite of passage that is graduation, hear faculty members offer advice to the graduating class, and enjoy students' talents.
Speaking to a long-standing tradition of the Rockies Report Cards "grading" the region on a variety of attributes, this year includes a brief look at three areas: crime and incarceration in the Rockies, historic preservation in the Rockies, and an evaluation of regional representation by elected officials. The Report Card also tackles issues of wildlife in the Rockies, dedicating three sections to the topic: "Wildlife: Range and Condition," "Wildlife Management," and "Impacts of Energy Development on Wildlife." Tangentially, the Report Card addresses water issues and population changes with the sections: "Wild and Scenic Rivers" and "Repopulating the Rockies." Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Elizabeth L. Kolbe (CC class of 2008), and Matthew K. Reuer.
Keynote speech from the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held May 3 through May 4, 2004. This keynote speech was delivered by Governor Richard Lamm, May 4, 2004.
Poster created for "Colorado College 2006 State of the Rockies," [to be held April 10-13 ], 2006 at Colorado College. Photograph by Stephen Weaver entitled, "Snowdon Peak reflecting in Little Molas Lake, Colorado."
Poster created for The Colorado College 2005-2006 Distinguished Organist Series featuring a performance by Casey Cantwell to be given on Tuesday, October 28, 2005 in Shove Chapel, Colorado College.
Colorado college Professor of Psychology Tomi-Ann Roberts presents the 2010 Baccalaureate keynote address. The Colorado College baccalaureate ceremony offers a quiet, intimate opportunity to pause and reflect on the rite of passage that is graduation, hear faculty members offer advice to the graduating class, and enjoy students' talents.
Brochure presents schedule of lectures and speakers for the 2007-2008 J. Glenn Gray colloquium series: J. Glenn Gray’s vision of philosophy / Jane Cauvel (CC Professor Emerita of philosophy) -- Philosophy in a time of war: J. Glenn Gray yesterday and today / Martin Woessner -- Fighting wars and moral responsibility: a case for selective conscientious objection / Carl Ficarrotta -- Heidegger on ontotheology: the history that we are / Iain Thomson -- Ancient wisdom, modern lives: why the Greeks still matter / John Riker (CC professor of philosophy) -- The promise of politics / Elisabeth Young-Bruehl.
The 2005 State of the Rockies Report Card continues the Rockies Project tradition of identifying, assessing, and communicating key issues and problems in this unique region of spectacular natural beauty and cultural wealth, abundant resources and fragile environment. The Report Card includes thoughtful and often provocative analysis and discussion of some key issues that confront the Rockies: energy, the condition of the national parks, urban sprawl, toxic waste, creative occupations, and civic engagement. Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), F. Patrick Holmes III (CC class of 2003), Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004).
For the 2007 Report Card new challenges include forest health and the importance of fire mitigation and disease in this region, energy development impacts on Rockies' communities and infrastructure, water use in the Rockies and the growing need for agriculture to urban water transfers, and trends in new communities, including "new urbanism". Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Matthew K. Reuer, and Christopher B. Jackson (CC class of 2006).
Program of the Installation ceremony for the Inauguration of Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler held at 4:30 p.m., Saturday September 22, 2012 in Shove Chapel.
Images of posters created at The Press at Colorado College, ca. 2007. Posters advertise events such as readings, lectures, exhibitions, performance, and courses. Events include individuals such as, Robert Mezey, W.C. Jameson, Jeffrey Lent, Brian Molanphy, Aaron Anstett, Jake Adam York, Charles Hobson, Robin Price, Kate Northrop, Alan Murray, Frank Brannon, Jessy Randall, Salman Rushdie, Christopher Bakken, Ben Trissel, H.L. Hix, Craig Arnold, Michael Berube, Gary Nabhan, Jon Alter, David Mason, Kate Light, Edward P. Jones, and Azar Nafisi. Poster images created by Printer of the Press Colin Frazer, 2008.
Opening Convocation marked the beginning of Colorado College's 137th academic year. President Richard Celeste and Vincent Bzdek '82 were among those who welcomed the Colorado College Class of 2014, on September 2, 2010.
The 2004 State of the Rockies Report Card launched an effort to provide a comprehensive and accessible annual statement on what is happening in the eight Rocky Mountain states. The contents include essays on the “state” of the region by experts; a “Rockies at a Glance” section to put the region in perspective; an overview essay on the economics and demographics of the eight-state Rockies region; 15 indicator sections that rank counties based on cultural, demographic, economic, and environmental characteristics, including thumbnail sketches of innovative communities; and an essay that highlights the distinct differences for three sub-regions within the Rockies: the Continental Divide Spine, the Eastern Plains Agricultural Heritage Zone, and the West and Southern Mountain Amenity Zone. Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics) and F. Patrick Holmes III (CC class of 2003).