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.
Central Wyoming College students involved in a long-term undergraduate research program are ramping up to carry on a study of West Nile Virus in Fremont County.
A Central Wyoming College nursing professor who has been researching the benefits of simulation labs in developing critical thinking skills in nursing students presents at a Wednesday, Oct. 12 colloquium. This academic discussion is being held in the Nursing Simulation Lab, located in room 103 of the Pro-Tech Center at 3:30 p.m. and the public is invited to attend.
The Central Wyoming College Lander Center and Lander School District 1 have partnered to provide students at Pathfinder and Lander Valley High School new career options.
Central Wyoming College officially kicks off its new Entrepreneurship Program with two summer session offerings.
Central Wyoming College has been chosen as the recipient of the Association of Community College Trustees 2012 Diversity Award
Central Wyoming College theater director Mike Myers doesn’t want theater patrons to miss the CWC production of Midsummer Night’s Dream because it was written four centuries ago by William Shakespeare.
A new communications instructor at Central Wyoming College is developing a competitive speech and debate program.
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.