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R Recreation honored as Volunteers of Year

January 1, 2011

Central Wyoming College’s R Recreation staff was honored as “Volunteers of the Year” by the Fremont District 25 Recreation Board.

Carol Rardin earns Professor Emeritus distinction

January 1, 2011

A longtime Central Wyoming College math professor was awarded the distinction of a Professor Emeritus title during CWC Convocation activities Wednesday, August 31.

Nursing program opens additional slots for students

January 1, 2011

The Central Wyoming College nursing department is working toward fulfilling a campaign promise of increasing enrollment by adding eight more students to next fall’s first-year nursing class.

Brett McDonald honored by distance ed consortium

January 1, 2011

An online instructor for Central Wyoming College was honored as a Master Distance Educator during the 11th annual Wyoming Distance Education (WyDEC) held recently at CWC.

CWC grad digging archeology

January 1, 2011

Personal tragedy greatly changed the direction in the life of one recent Central Wyoming College graduate.

Professor recognized for teaching activity

January 1, 2011

A teaching activity developed by Central Wyoming College Geosciences Professor Suki Smaglik has been accepted to the On the Cutting Edge program as an exemplary teaching activity.

Diversity champion is convocation speaker

January 1, 2011

Peter Vogel, the founder of an organization that advances cross-cultural relations in education and other industries, is the keynote speaker at Central Wyoming College’s Convocation.

McAuliffe wins workforce award

January 1, 2011

Central Wyoming College’s Dean of Workforce and Community Education (WACE) Lynne McAuliffe was presented the Outstanding Individual Performance Award at the 7th annual Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions.

CWC awarded five-year Talent Search grant

January 1, 2011

Central Wyoming College has been awarded a $230,000 federal grant to continue its successful Talent Search program.

Native American headdress donated to Intertribal Center

January 1, 2011

A Native American headdress, estimated to be more than 100 years old, was donated to Central Wyoming College’s collection by a neighbor of Alice and Fred Nicol.