Central Wyoming College has received a grant from the LOR Foundation for the Alpine Science Institute. The grant will be used to develop a fruit and vegetable processing area and a cold storage for produce awaiting transportation to market. CWC received the grant on September 8.
In 2020, Dayne Bradley became the first Central Wyoming College alumnus to be selected for a National Future Farmers of America Officer candidacy by the Wyoming FFA Association. The announcement of his nomination came on June 11 and for Bradley, this nomination follows many years of service.
At Central Wyoming College, Geospatial Information Science and Technology courses teach students to use satellite imagery, 3D mapping and computer science to collect and analyze data. This felt like the perfect area of study for Strehle, who first became interested in geospatial science when she job shadowed an Ohio county soil and water district as a high school student. Already having her bachelor’s degree in zoology, Strehle knew she needed the GIST certificate to kick start her career as a Geographic Information Systems specialist.
A student at Central Wyoming College has tested positive for COVID-19. The announcement was made to all CWC staff and students September 14.
A dedicated group of individuals saw their hard work come to fruition Saturday, August 29, as the first annual Rendezvous City Beef Roundup welcomed more than 100 people to the Central Wyoming College campus to visit with Wyoming meat producers.
An employee at Central Wyoming College has tested positive for COVID-19. The announcement was made to all staff August 27.
Since 1966, Central Wyoming College has been the primary post-secondary educational institution with the opportunity to serve the tribal communities of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho nations of the Wind River Indian Reservation.
Fall 2020 marks the start of Welding Shop Supervisor Matt Dripps’ third year at Central Wyoming College. It is also his first year as the newest American Welding Society (AWS) Certified Welding Inspector for the welding program.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, Central Wyoming College is finding ways to serve the community. On July 30 and 31, seven K-9 and handler teams relied on the college for their annual Controlled Substance Scent Detection certification.
The section of Central Wyoming College’s campus, housed in the foothills of the Wind River Mountain Range, merged with the outdoor education, anthropology and expedition science programs to become the Alpine Science Institute on October 18, 2018. Formerly called the Sinks Canyon Center, the ASI now includes the physical campus, and instruction and research efforts.