Latest news and events from CWC
Global journalist and National Geographic field writer Mark Jenkins gives a photo-illustrated presentation on Cambodia and its land mine plight on Tuesday, March 20 at Central Wyoming College.
The construction of the new Central Wyoming College Health and Science Center officially began after a groundbreaking ceremony held May 10.
Best friends Molly Thornton and Jeannie Robbins are sharing the female lead of Guenevere in the upcoming Central Wyoming College production of Camelot, the musical adaptation of T.H. White’s The Once and Future King.
Former and current Central Wyoming College accounting and income tax students provide free help preparing 2011 taxes to taxpayers that cannot afford professional assistance on the CWC campus Wednesdays from Feb. 22 through April 4.
The 2012 Local Food Fair is hosted Saturday, March 10 by Central Wyoming College at the Intertribal Education and Community Center from 9 a.m. to noon.
The Central Wyoming College Lander Center offers a pair of equine-related clinics in April at the CWC Equine Center in Riverton.
Darrell Creek put his 16 years of experience working in construction and soil remediation to work in the classroom and now has an exciting job as an environmental technician.
Kinsey Sicks, a “drag a cappella beautyshop quartet” performs at Central Wyoming College’s Little Theatre at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
A delegation from Central Wyoming College won top honors at the Wyoming Model United Nations held at the University of Wyoming April 20-21.
Central Wyoming College students in Todd Guenther’s Introduction to Archaeology class plan to rebuild the “last reminder of the frontier era” in Lander this spring.