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United Tribes Club Powwow Saturday, May 5
January 1, 2012

The annual Central Wyoming College Powwow, sponsored by the United Tribes Club, is set for Saturday, May 5 at CWC’s gymnasium.

Pottery workshop free to CWC students
January 1, 2012

Central Wyoming College is hosting a two-day pottery workshop April 19-20 featuring ceramicist Steve Schrepferman.

CWC graduates class of nursing students May 10
January 1, 2012

Central Wyoming College graduates a class of 17 nurses Thursday, May 10 at the 28th annual CWC Nurses’ Pinning in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre.

East parking lot closed for construction
January 1, 2012

The construction of Central Wyoming College's new Health and Science Center is underway which will pose some problems for students and visitors coming to campus this summer.

Auditions for MCT show Jan. 9
January 1, 2012

Students in kindergarten through grade 12 are invited to audition for the local production of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” by the Missoula Children’s Theatre.

Students present research findings
January 1, 2012

A pair of Central Wyoming College students presents information from a more than three-year undergraduate research project on West Nile Virus in Fremont County at a Wednesday, March 21 colloquium.

Juried Student Exhibit opens
January 1, 2012

The winners of the annual Central Wyoming College Juried Student Art Exhibit are announced at an April 19 reception in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery.

CWC, sister colleges awarded grant
January 1, 2012

Central Wyoming College is one of three Wyoming community colleges sharing a $2.7 million Department of Labor grant to develop new and effective learning strategies for adult workers and business leaders.

CWC, partners awarded health care grant
January 1, 2012

Central Wyoming College and two state partners have been awarded a sizeable federal grant to educate Wyoming workers seeking careers in health care.

Global writer presents on Cambodia
January 1, 2012

Global journalist and National Geographic field writer Mark Jenkins gives a photo-illustrated presentation on Cambodia and its land mine plight on Tuesday, March 20 at Central Wyoming College.