Latest news and events from CWC
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.
Symphonic Sounds is the theme of the Hot Notes Cool Nights concert in Lander City Park Monday, July 15 which features the Fremont County Orchestra.
August 12, 2013 — The hot mineral springs in Thermopolis soothe Suzanne Smaglik's quest to document the different species of microbes that live in the steamy environment. The earth and physical science professor at Central Wyoming College is receiving a technological boost from the University of Wyoming to assist her research efforts.
Central Wyoming College’s free Summer Bridge Boot Camp scheduled for August 5-23 provides incoming students with the academic skills to be successful in their college experience.
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.
Central Wyoming College’s 2013 spring semester grades have been computed and 92 students were named to the President’s Honor Roll for earning a 4.0 grade point average while 93 others were named to the Dean’s List for having a 3.5 or better GPA.