Three students and one professor brought home awards from the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologist and Wyoming Archaeological Society annual conference.
Level II allowed Central Wyoming College to hire an architect to design the facility; a process that is near completion. Now the college has been approved for Level III.
Undergraduate Research Day hosted at the University of Wyoming proved well for four Central Wyoming College students.
Tamara Ashburn is a fifth generation Wyoming woman living in Jackson and attending college at the CWC Jackson Outreach.
Blog #4 from Jackson Native Mark Wilcox on the Start-Up Institute.
Student ambassadors were busy helping the community and raising money for the People of Courage fund throughout the year. Just in the spring semester the ambassadors raised more than $2,000; an amount that far exceeded their original goal of $600.
The final rodeo of the season proved well for two Central Wyoming College rodeo cowboys as they will compete at the College National Finals Rodeo June 12-18.
Blog #3 from Jackson Native Mark Wilcox on the Start-Up Institute.
Central Wyoming College’s professors Mike Myers and Jeremy Nielsen are teaming up once again to host a summer camp for any high school juniors, seniors and 2016 graduates who want to learn more about acting and film-making.
Blog #2 from Jackson Native Mark Wilcox on the Start-Up Institute