An intensive entrepreneurship program is coming to Jackson this spring to help jump start aspiring entrepreneurs and to encourage Wyoming’s economic growth and diversification.
Central Wyoming College’s 2013 spring semester grades have been computed and 92 students were named to the President’s Honor Roll for earning a 4.0 grade point average while 93 others were named to the Dean’s List for having a 3.5 or better GPA.
The Central Wyoming College Sinks Canyon Center is now producing some of its own energy. A new solar power system installed at the Orchard House is producing as much energy as it uses, said Ken Colovich, CWC director of Lander operations.
The new Health and Science Center significantly changes more than just the physical landscape at Central Wyoming College.
A longtime Central Wyoming College education professor is awarded the distinction of Professor Emeritus during CWC Convocation activities Thursday, August 29.
Paintings and prints by Al Hubbard, who resides on the Wind River Reservation, are on exhibit in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery at Central Wyoming College through September 4, when a closing public reception is scheduled from 6-8 p.m.
Though Central Wyoming College is closing its Outreach Center in downtown Thermopolis its commitment to Hot Springs County residents continue.
The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) has granted Central Wyoming College’s associate degree nursing program continuing accreditation.
The day has finally arrived. No longer will Central Wyoming College’s flagship program be hidden in a building down on the north 40 that was originally designed to teach vocational programs like auto and welding. Now the nursing program will be out front and center on the CWC campus in the new Health and Science Center.
For Jeremy Nielsen, the fledgling film program at Central Wyoming College is all about making movies and he puts cameras into the hands of his students the very first day.