Latest news and events from CWC
Central Wyoming College requests proposals for an art installation to enhance a shipping container that is being transformed into a working, experiential-based classroom as part of the CWC Wind River Farm Business Incubator and farmer training program. All proposals are due Jan. 8 at midnight.
Central Wyoming College’s theatre department will cancel the musical Little Women which was set to open Nov. 12 and have a final performance on Nov. 15. With the rise of COVID-19 cases in Fremont County, a member of the Little Women production crew has tested positive for the virus.
This fall, Central Wyoming College hired Rory Tendore as the American Indian Student Coordinator. The position may be new, but novelty is not unfamiliar to Tendore.
Central Wyoming College’s Emergency Response Team discussed earlier this week about canceling spring break due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. The decision to cancel spring break was approved during a meeting on Oct. 28. Spring break is scheduled for March 29-April 2. The purpose is to minimize the effects of travel-related spread of the coronavirus.
USDA-NIFA Invests More Than $53 Million to Help U.S. Farmers Prosper, Central Wyoming College to benefitOctober 13, 2020
Central Wyoming College has been awarded a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Beginning Farmer Rancher Development Program to launch the Wind River Farm Business Incubator: Building the Capacity of Beginning Farmers project in Central Wyoming. The grant was awarded Sept. 1, 2020.
The annual Halls of Horror has been canceled this year. The event was set to take place Oct. 23-24 at the Central Wyoming College Robert A. Peck Arts Center.
A more than half-million-dollar grant awarded for a collaborative project between the University of Wyoming and Central Wyoming College (CWC) will focus on recruiting more Native American students in food, agriculture, natural resources and human (FANH) sciences.
In Fall 2020, Central Wyoming College welcomed four new faculty members to serve students with their expertise in biology, music and agriculture.
Joseph Cipro and Susan Durfee will exhibit their recent paintings at the Central Wyoming College Robert A. Peck Art Center Gallery, Mind Mapping, through October 23.
George Sims was 62 years old and a few years into retirement when he moved to Lander and enrolled in Central Wyoming College courses for fun.