On Thursday, September 25th, in the Health and Science Center (HS 100) at 6:00 p.m., Central Wyoming College welcomes film producer Dr. Elinor Burkett, UW Senior Visiting Scholar in Global Studies to lead a discussion on the film iThemba.
A free, public Central Wyoming College men's basketball inter-squad scrimmage is on the schedule for Wyoming Indian High School Gymnasium for October 15, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Wyoming Innovation Engineering, a one and a half day training program at Central Wyoming College May 20-21, features Doug Hall who sparked the innovation engineering movement. The one-and-a-half-day program is held in room 116 of the CWC Intertribal Center. The course is designed to make senior executives literate in the new innovation mindset.
Central Wyoming College is one of ten colleges and universities selected to participate in an "incubator" program to advance and implement competency-based education (CBE).
Andy Hackbarth, an award-winning recording artist, songwriter and classical guitarist, presents a concert with friends Friday, April 11 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre at Central Wyoming College.
The Central Wyoming College speech and debate team placed tenth in the nation among community colleges at the National Individual Events Tournament at Arizona State University on the strength of a graduating student's performance.
Located amidst the vibrant landscape of Jackson Hole, CWC Start Up Institute provides a rigorous 10-week "boot-camp" course for entrepreneurs designed to provide students with proven tools, frameworks and skills that winning companies utilize to launch successful business ideas.
Central Wyoming College Board Chair Charlie Krebs has announced the search for the institution's next president has been narrowed to three finalists who have been invited to campus April 15-16 for public presentations and interviews with the trustees.
Central Wyoming College is hosting a family retreat for children and families living with type I diabetes.
A presentation on Eye to Eye, a program that pairs children with learning disorders with high school and college mentors, is open to the public.