Latest news and events from CWC
Patricia Jones, a Riverton native and former employee of Central Wyoming College, is on campus Tuesday, October 25 to discuss her first novel, Sloe Eyed Sentinels.
Central Wyoming College alumnus and former CWC Student Senate President John Kindle is ready to embark on his career as a physical therapist.
This summer is all about construction at Central Wyoming College.
Memorial services for Central Wyoming College Broadcasting Professor Emeritus Dale Allen Smith, 66, were held Wednesday, August 3 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre on the CWC campus.
Central Wyoming College is the host of the seventh annual Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions June 9-10.
Curtis Condie has accepted the head men’s basketball coaching position at Central Wyoming College.
Sabrina Forbis, a 2009 graduate of Central Wyoming College, has earned a place in University of Wyoming history. Forbis and Kyle McDonald of Jackson are the first UW students to receive bachelor's degrees in energy resource science offered by the School of Energy Resources.
John Little had only been at his new job at Central Wyoming College for a few weeks when he volunteered to take on a big assignment — one that would ultimately test his skills as a filmmaker and as an instructor.
The residency of the University of Wyoming’s 2011-2012 Artists-in-Residence, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, culminates in December with a four-day tour of the evening-length dance concert, which includes a Dec. 10 stop at Central Wyoming College.
The author of Shooting from the Lip, the Life of Senator Al Simpson is on the Central Wyoming College campus Tuesday, Nov. 29 to promote the authorized biography.