Current and former students in the Central Wyoming College anthropology program were awarded scholarships and prizes for work presented at the 2014 conference of the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists / Wyoming Archaeological Society May 2-4.
Marilú Duncan, the director of Central Wyoming College's Student Support Services program, was honored by the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees Thursday night as the year's Professional Employee of the Year. Duncan, who has been responsible for multiple diversity activities at CWC, was recognized at the annual WACCT Awards and Legislative Reception held in Cheyenne Feb. 20.
A third member of Central Wyoming College's forensics team qualified for a national tournament after competing in an event at Glendale Community College in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Music Man, Central Wyoming College’s spring musical, is a light-hearted throwback to a simpler time of brass bands and Fourth of July Americana.
An intensive entrepreneurship program is coming to Jackson this spring to help jump start aspiring entrepreneurs and to encourage Wyoming’s economic growth and diversification.
Competing at a pair of tournaments at the University of Utah last weekend, the Central Wyoming College speech and debate team qualified a second student for a national tournament and was recognized as the top junior competitors.
Auditions for Central Wyoming College Theater Department's Showcase 2014 are at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 4 in the Robert A. Peck Art Center
Central Wyoming College, which is hosting the West Central Regional Science Fair Jan. 27-29, is seeking judges to rate projects created by middle and high school students.
A group of local and regional music professionals perform the original composition of Riverton native Tyler Gilmore Friday, March 14 at Central Wyoming College.
The reproductive rights of women are the subject of a Central Wyoming College "Hot Topic" discussion on Thursday, March 27 at 11:30 a.m. in Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre.