A second year Central Wyoming College nursing student from Jackson details a 10-day medical mission trip to Ethiopia Friday, November 18 at over the college’s interactive classroom network to room 106 of the CWC Professional-Technical Center.
New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson talks about his newest Walt Longmire mystery Hell is Empty at Central Wyoming College Wednesday, November 2.
For the third year in a row, Central Wyoming College Theater Director Mike Myers spent a majority of his summer vacation volunteering in a faraway land on his own dime.
Alicia Guzman was so impressed by one of the students in her Central Wyoming College restaurant management class, she recommended him for a job.
A former graphic designer for the outdoor retailer Cabela’s, Even’s paintings and sketches of moose, elk and trout often adorned the covers of Cabela’s catalogs. His rendition of a pronghorn buck was selected by Nebraska’s Game and Fish Commission for use on a Nebraska habitat stamp.
Jackson wildlife biologist Bruce Smith discusses his new book “Where Elk Roam” at Central Wyoming College Friday, October 7.
Central Wyoming College Women’s Volleyball teams have a host of activities next week as they take on Northwest College, Tuesday, October 11 and Sheridan College on Thursday, October 13, both at 7 p.m.
Central Wyoming College observes Domestic Violence Awareness Week with multiple events including the national television premiere of a documentary that tells stories of battered women imprisoned for defending themselves against their attackers.
Award-winning Palestinian-American poet, writer, and educator Naomi Shihab Nye is at Central Wyoming College Wednesday, Sept. 21 for two events. She is touring the state conducting a series of community picnics and readings on topics of civility, tolerance and bridging cultures.
Photographs and essays by Lander photographer Sara Wiles are on display in the Central Wyoming College Intertribal Education and Community Center October 17 through November 30.