The Rural Justice Training Center at Central Wyoming College has entered into a partnership with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to offer the required training for BIA law enforcement officers.
The League for Innovation in the Community College has recognized the Central Wyoming College Rural Justice Training Center (RJTC) in its Innovation of the Year competition.
Congratulations to Team Central and its fantastic finish in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Wyoming.
Central Wyoming College’s R Recreation staff was honored as “Volunteers of the Year” by the Fremont District 25 Recreation Board.
A longtime Central Wyoming College math professor was awarded the distinction of a Professor Emeritus title during CWC Convocation activities Wednesday, August 31.
The Central Wyoming College nursing department is working toward fulfilling a campaign promise of increasing enrollment by adding eight more students to next fall’s first-year nursing class.
An online instructor for Central Wyoming College was honored as a Master Distance Educator during the 11th annual Wyoming Distance Education (WyDEC) held recently at CWC.
Personal tragedy greatly changed the direction in the life of one recent Central Wyoming College graduate.
A teaching activity developed by Central Wyoming College Geosciences Professor Suki Smaglik has been accepted to the On the Cutting Edge program as an exemplary teaching activity.
Peter Vogel, the founder of an organization that advances cross-cultural relations in education and other industries, is the keynote speaker at Central Wyoming College’s Convocation.