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CWC Offers College Credit for Work Experience

December 14, 2020

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.

Engineering degree leads CWC alumna to a career with BLM

November 13, 2020

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.

CWC student makes honoree for Wyoming Women of Influence

November 13, 2020

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.

CWC Moves to Phase I

November 11, 2020

The decision was made by the CWC Emergency Response Team after seeing a continuous number of benchmarks identified as “critical” rather than “stable” when assessing the ability to continue to safely serve students on campus.

CWC Receives Grant to Research Indigenous-based STEM Education

November 6, 2020

The National Science Foundation has awarded researchers at Central Wyoming College and partner institutions a total of $739,619 in collaborative research grants to address the under-representation of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines and workforce.

CWC's Alpine Science Institute Requests Artist Proposals for Farm Incubator

November 5, 2020

Central Wyoming College requests proposals for an art installation to enhance a shipping container that is being transformed into a working, experiential-based classroom as part of the CWC Wind River Farm Business Incubator and farmer training program. All proposals are due Jan. 8 at midnight.

CWC Theatre Department Cancels Little Women

October 30, 2020

Central Wyoming College’s theatre department will cancel the musical Little Women which was set to open Nov. 12 and have a final performance on Nov. 15. With the rise of COVID-19 cases in Fremont County, a member of the Little Women production crew has tested positive for the virus.

Tendor Hired as the new American Indian Student Coordinator at CWC

October 29, 2020

This fall, Central Wyoming College hired Rory Tendore as the American Indian Student Coordinator. The position may be new, but novelty is not unfamiliar to Tendore.

CWC moves to cancel spring break, schedule changes underway

October 29, 2020

Central Wyoming College’s Emergency Response Team discussed earlier this week about canceling spring break due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. The decision to cancel spring break was approved during a meeting on Oct. 28. Spring break is scheduled for March 29-April 2. The purpose is to minimize the effects of travel-related spread of the coronavirus.

USDA-NIFA Invests More Than $53 Million to Help U.S. Farmers Prosper, Central Wyoming College to benefit

October 13, 2020

Central Wyoming College has been awarded a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Beginning Farmer Rancher Development Program to launch the Wind River Farm Business Incubator: Building the Capacity of Beginning Farmers project in Central Wyoming. The grant was awarded Sept. 1, 2020.