Central Wyoming College to share in funding from National Science Foundation for undergraduate researchOctober 7, 2015
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1.5 million to a network of community colleges including Central Wyoming College, for the expansion of research opportunities to students.
Colton Miller, senior brought home the buckle for the Central Wyoming College men’s rodeo team this past weekend at the Lamar Community College rodeo. Miller placed first in the saddle bronc riding receiving a score of 74 in the long go-round and came back in the short go-round with a better ride; scoring a 79.
Central Wyoming College cross country team hosted a two-way meet Sept. 25. with Gillette College. The course was a 5k, looping through campus twice.
The Rustlers men’s golf team didn’t have the weekend they needed and moved down one spot to number four at the Otero Junior College tournament.
Central Wyoming College men’s rodeo maintains the fifth spot for the Central Rocky Mountain Region.
CWC Lander celebrated their new building with an open house. CWC and community members enjoyed an evening with tours of the facility and refreshments.
The Rustlers men’s golf team remains in third place after the Lamar Community College tournament.
Field research performed by Jacki Klancher, Darran Wells and Todd Guenther, collectively referred to as ICCE: the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition will be one of the topics of discussion at a National Science Foundation Conference in Washington DC on Sept. 28.
Central Wyoming College’s rodeo team is moving up on the leader board for the Central Rocky Mountain Region with seven cowboys sitting in the top ten regional standings.
Central Wyoming College cross country team went to Chadron, Neb., Sept. 12. at the Chadron State College three-way meet. The three schools competing were CSC, South Dakota School of Mines and CWC.