Latest news and events from CWC
Deb Lashley is in her second year at CWC and is in the nursing program. Her desire to become a nurse comes from her experience years ago as a CNA.
Central Wyoming College announced Jan. 19 the launch of its newest agricultural program to teach new and beginning farmers the skills to begin their own successful, small-scale farm businesses. The hands-on crop production practicum and farm business training course will take place at CWC’s Alpine Science Institute and will start April 5.
Central Wyoming College uses the IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) grant to foster coordination, development, and resource sharing in the expansion of multidisciplinary research.
A six-week program offered by Central Wyoming College (CWC) and the University of Wyoming beginning Jan. 29 will provide Wyoming residents with knowledge and tools to be successful entrepreneurs.
Central Wyoming College’s new farm manager and instructor Ethan Page will develop the college’s grant-funded Farm Incubator and Beginning Farmer Training program.
Central Wyoming College plans to ease students and employees back to campus for the spring semester. CWC went to phase one before Thanksgiving break due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. The decision was made to help slow down the spread and keep students and employees safe as they went home for the holiday break.
After providing almost 120 combined years of service, six members of the Central Wyoming College community retired in the last year. Each retiree will be remembered for their unique and lasting contributions to their students, coworkers, and the campus, and several shared reflections of their time at CWC.
Central Wyoming College has an excellent opportunity for potential students who have been in the workforce and have always wanted to earn a degree. CWC will evaluate the knowledge and skills an individual has gained outside of the classroom for college credit. This evaluation is called credit for prior learning.
Caitlin Heryford started taking engineering classes at Central Wyoming College because she was looking for a challenging career that would allow her to make a difference. Today, Heryford is a petroleum engineer for the Bureau of Land Management and is grateful for the opportunity the college gave her to hone multiple interests.
Central Wyoming College student Deneica Barrett was nominated for the 2020 Wyoming Women of Influence for her work with Grow Our Own, a gardening group that helps people supply food for themselves. Barrett was both surprised and honored to be nominated and named a 2020 honoree.