Join the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and CWC to kick off Jackson's first ever, free community science festival - WILD SCIENCE! The Science of Food will be a feeding frenzy, with science-y tasters available from Snake River Grill, Lotus, the Whole Grocer, Healthy Being Juicery, Atelier Ortega & More! 'Taster punch cards' are available at the door in $10 increments to be redeemed at each vendor table for tantalizing tasters!
Central Wyoming College's 11th annual showcase of student-directed plays provides two different evenings of comedy, music and drama over a four-day period.
To launch its new interdisciplinary program in film and theater, Central Wyoming College in Riverton is hosting a week-long camp in July to give Wyoming high school juniors and seniors hands-on learning experiences in both subjects.
Popular Ten Sleep musician Jalan Crossland is the guest of the first Central Wyoming College summer concert series Hot Notes Cool Nights Monday, June 30 at Riverton City Park.
Amy Hatch, a graduate of the intensive entrepreneurial training program called the "Start Up Institute," launched her new online store just in time for the holiday shopping season. GarageGrownGear.com connects people to independent outdoor brands making innovative, high-performing and wildly cool gear.
Great things are happening for Central Wyoming College and Silicon Couloir as their entrepreneurship program gains national recognition in a January 21 article by Cheryl Conner in Forbes Magazine.
Jason Wood, Central Wyoming College’s executive vice president for Student and Academic Services, has been accepted to participate in the American Association of Community Colleges Future Presidents Institute.
The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues honors Central Wyoming College's Dean of Workforce and Community Education Lynne McAuliffe of Riverton as its 2013 Woman of Distinction on Aug. 24. The annual award luncheon at CWC is coordinated by WCWI's home and community committee and will follow the Council's quarterly meeting.
A “significant” collection of antique photographs of Arapaho and Shoshone Indians has been donated to Central Wyoming College by Mary and Harmon Watt.
To improve the quality of the college experience, Central Wyoming College’s Residence Life program is implementing Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) in campus housing.