CUMREC 2005, Achieving New Heights | May 15-18, Keystone Colorado

Invitation to CUMREC 2005


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Achieving New Heights

Fellow CUMREC Attendee,

CUMREC 2005 is the 50th anniversary of the founding of our conference by Frank Martin at Michigan State University. MSU will once again be hosting this celebration in Keystone, Colorado, May 15–18, 2005. The conference theme is “Achieving New Heights,” a goal all of us share as we face the challenging realities of higher education.

On behalf of Michigan State University, the entire CUMREC 2005 team and I would like to invite you to join us on our “trip up the mountain” to celebrate our past and face our future.

CUMREC 2005 will offer outstanding programming and wonderful entertainment in a beautiful mountain setting. The Keystone conference center is perfect for our conference both in terms of facilities and location. You may want to extend your trip to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, hiking, and sightseeing or to spend some time in Denver, which is always a lot of fun.

It’s easy to take a shuttle from the Denver airport to Keystone. Once you arrive in Keystone, you’ll find the rooms are great, the setting on Lake Dillon is spectacular, and the opportunities are boundless—a perfect environment to enrich our professional development endeavor and “Achieve New Heights.”

Please join us for what promises to be a memorable experience.

Scott D. McGill
Michigan State University
General Chair, CUMREC 2005