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AUTHOR DISCUSSES FIRST NOVEL OCT. 25

Patricia Jones, a Riverton native and former employee of Central Wyoming College, is on campus Tuesday, October 25 to discuss her first novel, Sloe Eyed Sentinels.Jones talks about her mystery

CWC STAFF MEMBERS WIN LEADERSHIP AWARDS

Two Central Wyoming College staff members have been selected for the 2011 Mayor’s Leadership Awards by the Lander-Riverton Business Leadership Network. Financial Aid Technician Danielle Hood and Accounting Technician Wanda

CHINESE-U.S. RELATIONS DISCUSSED BY PANEL

A panel featuring experts from Shanghai University and the University of Wyoming discuss the relationship between the U.S. and China at Central Wyoming College Friday, October 21. The 4 p.m.

CWC ON FRONT LINES OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

For the fourth time, Central Wyoming College is being recognized as one of the nation’s top-10 community colleges on the front lines of digital technology. CWC is ranked second in

CWC PREMIERES DOCUMENTARY

Central Wyoming College observes Domestic Violence Awareness Week with multiple events including the national television premiere of a documentary that tells stories of battered women imprisoned for defending themselves against

GEOSCIENCES PROJECTS PRESENTED TO GSA

Two geosciences projects at Central Wyoming College will be presented at the 2011Geological Society of America’s annual meeting and exposition.  A hydrogeologic research study in Red Canyon and earth science

NASA SPACE GRANT PROGRAM

Wyoming Community College2011-2012Science, Math, and Technology ScholarshipSCHOLARSHIPS IN AMOUNTSUP TO $1000 ARE AVAILABLE WHO SHOULD APPLY? Full-time, continuing students* at Central Wyoming College.  Qualified majors include:  Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering,

SONG WRITER, MUSICIAN IN CONCERT

Award-winning Nashville recording artist, songwriter and classical guitarist Andy Hackbarth presents a concert with his trio on Saturday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center