Central Wyoming College announced Tuesday evening that candidate, Brad Tyndall, accepted the position for the vice president of academic affairs. Tyndall plans to start July 13, 2015.
CWC staff and faculty made breakfast for students last night at 9 p.m.
Health & Science Center naming celebration in honor of Dr. Jo Anne Youtz McFarland
The winners of the #CWCPride social media contest drawing ARE:
Three professors were nominated for teacher of the year; Steve McAllister, Wayne Montgomery and Maygen Cassity.
Central Wyoming College athlete, Stephanie Smith, signed a letter of intent to play basketball with the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks on Monday, April 20.
The Gear Up Club raised money by selling pies to be thrown in the faces of fellow CWC community members.
Culinary students from CWC Jackson work with Michelin Star chef Rene Stein.
Central Wyoming College’s junior, Kaylee Burnett has maintained her second place title for the Central Rocky Mountain Region in the women’s all-around, just behind Gillette College’s Taylor Engesser.
Four Central Wyoming College students who qualified for the Universities Debating Championship in Anchorage, Alaska returned April 14.