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Annual Halls of Horror Canceled this Year

October 9, 2020

The annual Halls of Horror has been canceled this year. The event was set to take place Oct. 23-24 at the Central Wyoming College Robert A. Peck Arts Center.

UW, CWC Collaborate to Recruit Native Students in Food Systems Program

October 9, 2020

A more than half-million-dollar grant awarded for a collaborative project between the University of Wyoming and Central Wyoming College (CWC) will focus on recruiting more Native American students in food, agriculture, natural resources and human (FANH) sciences.

CWC Hires New Faculty

October 7, 2020

In Fall 2020, Central Wyoming College welcomed four new faculty members to serve students with their expertise in biology, music and agriculture.

Mind Mapping paintings on exhibit at CWC

September 29, 2020

Joseph Cipro and Susan Durfee will exhibit their recent paintings at the Central Wyoming College Robert A. Peck Art Center Gallery, Mind Mapping, through October 23.

Lander Retiree finds a passion for the sciences at CWC

September 23, 2020

George Sims was 62 years old and a few years into retirement when he moved to Lander and enrolled in Central Wyoming College courses for fun.

CWC Receives Grant from LOR Foundation

September 22, 2020

Central Wyoming College has received a grant from the LOR Foundation for the Alpine Science Institute. The grant will be used to develop a fruit and vegetable processing area and a cold storage for produce awaiting transportation to market. CWC received the grant on September 8.

CWC alumnus nominated for national candidacy of FFA

September 17, 2020

In 2020, Dayne Bradley became the first Central Wyoming College alumnus to be selected for a National Future Farmers of America Officer candidacy by the Wyoming FFA Association. The announcement of his nomination came on June 11 and for Bradley, this nomination follows many years of service.

CWC Alumna Uses GIST for Fire Mapping

September 15, 2020

At Central Wyoming College, Geospatial Information Science and Technology courses teach students to use satellite imagery, 3D mapping and computer science to collect and analyze data. This felt like the perfect area of study for Strehle, who first became interested in geospatial science when she job shadowed an Ohio county soil and water district as a high school student. Already having her bachelor’s degree in zoology, Strehle knew she needed the GIST certificate to kick start her career as a Geographic Information Systems specialist.

CWC Student Tests Positive moves into quarantine while contact tracing is underway

September 14, 2020

A student at Central Wyoming College has tested positive for COVID-19. The announcement was made to all CWC staff and students September 14.

First Annual Rendezvous Beef Roundup Exhibits Strong Support for Local Producers

September 2, 2020

A dedicated group of individuals saw their hard work come to fruition Saturday, August 29, as the first annual Rendezvous City Beef Roundup welcomed more than 100 people to the Central Wyoming College campus to visit with Wyoming meat producers.