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Rustler Spotlight: Jantzen Isaacson

January 7, 2020

Jantzen Isaacson chose CWC because it was affordable and he got the opportunity to play collegiate soccer. In his freshman year, Isaacson is currently in the criminal justice program.

ICCE helps CWC alumnus gain skills to utilize in his career as a trainer.

December 19, 2019

When he was a part-time student at Central Wyoming College, Marten Baur applied for the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition (ICCE) and welcomed the challenge of carrying a 40-50 pound pack to high elevations.

Alpine Science Institute Students Return to Tanzania Scientific Research Expedition

December 17, 2019

For the second year, students from Central Wyoming College’s Alpine Science Institute will travel to East Africa to participate in a month-long Tanzania Scientific Research Expedition.

Central Wyoming College Awarded Wyoming Works Grant for Meat Processing

December 11, 2019

Governor Gordon’s Wyoming Works initiative awarded Central Wyoming College (CWC) a $777,809 grant to develop a Meat ScienceProgram. The funding also serves Eastern Wyoming College and Sheridan College in a consortium for Meat Science.

Rustler Spotlight: Kerim Velbayev

December 8, 2019

Kerim Velbayev is a sophomore at Central Wyoming College and has a passion for math.

Rustler Spotlight: Jantzen Isaacson

December 6, 2019

Jantzen Isaacson chose CWC because it was affordable and he got the opportunity to play collegiate soccer. In his freshman year, Isaacson is currently in the criminal justice program.

CWC Completes Higher Learning Commission Visit for Proposed BAS

December 5, 2019

On December 2 and 3, 2019, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) accreditation team of Dr. Sandra Bowles, Director of Special Projects at University of Charleston and Dr. Casmir Agbaraji, Dean of Undergraduate Studies at Navajo Technical University, performed an on-site visit to assess Central Wyoming College’s readiness and capacity to provide bachelor’s level education, as well as details on stakeholder input, required approvals, and the extent to which college faculty and staff were involved in the process of preparing to offer the new degree program.

Rustler Spotlight: Dayne Bradley

November 22, 2019

Dayne Bradley chose CWC because of the friendly and inviting atmosphere. He is a sophomore and is from the Riverton area.

Rustler Spotlight: Darian Gonzales

November 20, 2019

Darian Gonzales is a sophomore who is originally from California but moved to Lander about eight years ago. She decided to attend Central Wyoming College because it was inexpensive and she could raise her son while attending college.

Rustler Spotlight: Antoine Day

November 15, 2019

Antoine Day, a freshman at CWC, decided to go to college to pursue a degree to help him reach his ultimate goal, helping others.