Logan Kay is a sophomore from Thermopolis, studying communication and film. Last year Kay earned a degree in radio broadcasting. Kay also decided to pursue a degree in film because he liked the instructor and wanted to learn from him.
Olivia is a freshman from Rigby, Idaho. She journeyed to CWC to play basketball and loved the campus from the moment she saw it.
Central Wyoming College adds seven new faculty to campus this fall. They are Aaron Bender, Casey Styvar, Cathy Beck, Jack Robison, Joey West, Tammy Forbis and Terry Wilson. The new instructors will fill positions in areas of business, nursing, agriculture, theater and biological science.
September 17-23 commemorates the continuing success of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, GEAR UP.
The Wind River Tribal College and Central Wyoming College signed a formal letter of agreement for an articulation agreement on Sept. 13 at the Wind River Tribal College. The agreement was signed by CWC president Dr. Brad Tyndall and WRTC president Marlin Spoonhunter with the support of members of the tribal education board and CWC employees.
In conversations with successful entrepreneurs, the mention of one influential individual is a common thread for all of them. Liza Millet, a person who has assisted in guiding them along the path to success, believes in helping others.
It may have taken Eric Bennett, sophomore at Central Wyoming College, a while to decide his degree path, but now that he has found it there is no way he is giving up on a dream.
Six entrepreneurs took the stage at the Center for the Arts Aug. 10 to pitch their businesses to community members, investors and a panel of six business experts. Each entrepreneur had eight minutes to explain their business model and attract supporters.
The 2017 CWC Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition (ICCE) Research) team headed into the mountains on August 13, 2017 to continue the fourth year of their work in the Dinwoody Cirque of Wyoming's Fitzpatrick Wilderness.
Liza Millet, program director for the Central Wyoming College Start Up Intensive in Jackson and Kathy Neiley, CWC Start Up Intensive graduate have both been nominated for the 2017 Wyoming Women of Influence awards.