Arts in Action and Central Wyoming College will host the Portland Cello Project on October 15 at 7pm in the Robert A. Peck arts center theater. Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for youth and seniors.
Jacen Makeshine is from Ethete, Wyoming and is studying education and science.
Stormi Adams is in her third year at CWC and would like to be an OB/GYN women’s health nurse and is currently in the nursing program.
CWC GEAR UP celebrates National GEAR UP week.
On Sat. Sept. 15 from 10am to noon, Sharon Louden will conduct a professional development workshop that will be broadcast statewide. Central Wyoming College will host the broadcast in the Health Science building, room 100. The Wyoming Arts Council is partnering with the University of Wyoming Art Museum to host a series of events with artist, educator, advocate for artists and editor Louden.
CWC announces two retirees this summer, Jewel Dirks, professor of psychology and Deb Starks, counselor and disabilities coordinator.
Sandy Schultz Hessler, instructor of the Central Wyoming College Start-Up Intensive in Jackson has been nominated for the 2018 Wyoming Women of Influence award. She was nominated in the Business and Business Services category.
As the New York Television Festival came to a close today, Central Wyoming College’s own professor, Jeremy Nielsen, and alumna, Connie O’Donahue, will come home with best drama script.
In just two short years Zack Ward will earn an associate’s degree from Central Wyoming College in culinary arts, a path Ward never dreamed would lead him to not only an education but obtaining the work experience needed to become successful.
In December 2017, Christina Chong Tsen Ye joined the Central Wyoming College admissions team to increase efforts to recruit more international students to CWC. Since she has started, applications for enrollment for international students have increased from six in June of 2017 to more than 65 in May of 2018, with more applicants coming in each week.