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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.
Tanner Denton is a sophomore from Gillette majoring in film.
Jenn Pfisterer is a sophomore from Riverton graduating this spring with a degree in nursing.
In a dreamland of towering mountains, glistening streams and rugged terrain, alumna Allie Lindblom spends her days leading tourists on guided hikes and ice climbs of Exit Glacier in Alaska’s Kenai Fjord National Park.
At 17-years-old, as her high school sweetheart battled leukemia, Naomi Cross developed a passion for the nursing field. Through countless appointments and tireless caregiving, Cross’ admiration for the nurses and their work grew.
The Central Wyoming College art department will host Bryce Giesmann’s thesis exhibition called Forlorn Terroir Jan. 11-Feb. 26 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center gallery. There will be an art reception Feb. 6 at 6-7pm.
Eldon Hallett is a sophomore pursuing a degree in humanities.