Carol Turrin, an associate professor at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge, has been promoted to full professor. Turrin has four decades of experience in clinical and administrative nursing. She has taught nursing courses as a full-time faculty member at the college since 2007. She has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of South Florida, an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a master’s in nursing from Walden University. Besides Turrin, Colorado Mountain College has promoted seven associate professors and four assistant professors throughout the college’s nine-county service area. Promoted to full professor are Tal Hardman, Derek Johnston, Bruce Kime and Becky Loth Luetke at Spring Valley (near Glenwood Springs); Susanna Spaulding at the Leadville campus; and Lindsey Royce at the Steamboat Springs campus. Promoted to associate professor are Kelli McCall and Jeffrey Runyon at Leadville and Connie Selzer and Rod Taylor at Spring Valley.
Carol Turrin promoted to full professor at CMC
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