The annual Pow-Wow was on May 4 and was dedicated to missing and murdered indigenous women.
2019 scholarship recipients had the opportunity to interact with their donors and receive formal recognition for their achievements.
On April 29, select students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa.
The annual spring concert featured the community band and collegiate chorale.
On April 24, health science students had the opportunity to work with members of the community during a disaster drill. This year's simulation was an explosion in the dorms of CWC. Students from other departments such as theatre, film, and new media were also included as well as some drama students from Riverton High School.
Members of CWC's Entrada Club traveled to North Carolina during spring break to gain experience and knowledge about culture in a different state.
A small group of second-year nursing students traveled to Haiti over spring break to collaborate with other healthcare professionals in providing care to the Haitian people. There will be a presentation about the experience on April 26 at 1:00 PM in Health Science room 100. WARNING: This blog contains images depicting medical procedures.
CWC's theatre department put on a production of Big River, a musical interpretation of the Mark Twain classic, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
As part of a science-based NOLS course offered in partnership between Central Wyoming College, the University of Wyoming and NOLS, nine students from around the country traveled to East Africa for a 28-day scientific adventure that started in early January. Of the nine students, five are CWC students; Aaron Strubhar, Tobias Osborne, Bailey Lewis, Gabriel Spoonhunter and John McCormick.
Students enjoyed holiday festivities to take their minds off their upcoming finals!