Music artist and Central Wyoming College alumnus, H. Kenneth Fleetwood will be in Fremont County March 6-8 to share his experience in the music industry. Fleetwood will visit local schools throughout the week and will host a concert in the CWC Arts Center gallery Thursday, March 7 at 7 pm. Tickets for his concert will be $10 for adults and $5 for students and can be purchased https://hkenneth.eventbrite.com or at the door.
Serdar Gayybov is an international student from Mazy, Turkmenistan. He is pursuing a degree in health science with hopes of continuing his education to a medical or nursing school.
Clarissa Wykstra of Syracuse, Utah has dreams of making it to Broadway to be a professional performer. After auditioning and receiving a scholarship to CWC she quickly accepted the opportunity and will complete a theatre and communication degree in May when she will graduate.
Desiree Heil is a sophomore from Riverton graduating in May with a degree in elementary education.
The following students have earned the honor of being on the CWC Fall 2018 President's list. Congratulations!!
The following students have earned the honor of being on the CWC Fall 2018 Dean's list. Congratulations!!
Central Wyoming College Professor of Anthropology Todd Guenther will present on the archeology aspect of the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition at the Riverton Museum on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 6:30 pm.
Stanley Stowe, a sophomore from Kinnear, will be graduating in May with a degree in American Indian Studies
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.
Marissa Arnold is a sophomore from Cowley, Wyoming graduating in May with a degree in health science.