Central Wyoming College aims to have all students appreciate diversity by providing an atmosphere that promotes acceptance and respect as well as course materials to help them recognize the variety of characteristics that make individuals unique.
Central Wyoming College has been chosen as the recipient of the Association of Community College Trustees 2012 Diversity Award
An in-depth study of the human brain is the impetus for Central Wyoming College Psychology Professor Jewel Dirks to update and develop new courses.
The Central Wyoming College women’s basketball team and the Rustler volleyball team are among the top student athletes in the country.
Erik Weihenmayer, a blind adventurer who has climbed the summit of the highest mountains on each of the seven continents, speaks at Lander Valley High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. Saturday, August 25 and the public is invited at no charge.
Central Wyoming College 2011 nursing graduates had the highest pass rates of all Wyoming nursing graduates taking the national licensing exam, NCLEX.
A blind adventurer who has climbed the summit of the highest mountains on each of the seven continents is the keynote speaker for Central Wyoming College’s first Wind River Outdoor Writers Conference at the CWC Sinks Canyon Center August 24 to 25.
Wind River Casino human resources manager Andi Clifford speaks on women and diversity at Central Wyoming College Tuesday, March 27.
Central Wyoming College is hosting a second session where students in the Environmental Technician program discuss and debate with CWC’s successful speech and debate students.
Lander art educator Bill Yankee has been recognized by the Wyoming Lifelong Learning Association (WLLA) with the Outstanding Adult Educator Award.