Blog #9 from Jackson native Mark Wilcox on the Jackson Start-Up Intensive
In just her seventh week as the new president of the University of Wyoming, Laurie Nichols has set out to visit Wyoming’s communities, starting with those that have community colleges, to strengthen the relationship of the colleges with the university.
On July 16, Central Wyoming College will host a 50th anniversary celebration to honor alumni. Delina WIlle a CWC graduate, has created key chain favors for this celebratory event.
Kathleen Connor Neiley knew she wanted to return to her hometown ...
Wind River High School student will be joining the lady rustlers this fall.
Three students will attend an ESRI conference in San Diego. There will be more than 15,000 attendees who will converge to visit with employers, educators and users from some of the most contemporary mapping and geospatial database management systems in the business.
St. Clair said he credits Professor Matt Herr for supporting him while he attended CWC but computer technology wasn’t St. Clair’s first choice; he began his academic career in 2012 as a music major with a goal to someday write music for television and radio shows.
Blog #8 from Jackson native Mark Wilcox on the Jackson Start-Up Institute.
Twenty-three Central Wyoming College athletes were awarded Region IX Academic Awards for maintaining a GPA of 3.25 or higher and two teams have been nominated for the 2015-16 Academic Team of the Year.
The 4 Lazy F Corporation donated $25,000 to CWC's Foundation for the Heather Lynn Paul Nursing Scholarship Fund which provides scholarships for Jackson students who are pursing a degree in nursing.