• Biography

  • Biography

    Antone E. "Tripp" Baltz, M.L.S., University of Denver; B.A., University of Notre Dame; Ph.D. candidate, University of Denver, is an award-winning journalist and writer and the past Academic Director of the Liberal Studies Division at University College. He is the Denver staff correspondent for Bloomberg Law and a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Society of Environmental Journalists. His academic areas of interest include international affairs, history, writing, philosophy, sociology and technology. He has spoken at various conferences on the forces of globalization from a liberal studies perspective. He speaks German, Italian and Spanish and has studied French and Russian. His master's concentration was in Global Business and Culture and his capstone focused on the role of the United States in the "Pacific Century." He has served on the Faculty Senate, the Academic Council and the Communications and Community Task Force at University College. His current project is the promotion of rain forest restoration and wildlife habitat corridors in Central America, and in conjunction with that, he and his family volunteered at a National Wildlife Refuge on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica in 2013. He is a co-founder of Scrib, a coworking space in Boulder, Colo. He is an avid mountaineer, biker, fly-fisher and skier. He and his wife Kristine live in Arvada, Colo. with their daughters Lily and Marin and son Simon. In December 2008 he published the biography of golf professional Warren Smith. He also edited Both Ends Burning, a 2010 book about a couple who adopted three children from Haiti.

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