Latest news and events from CWC
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.
The Central Wyoming College Music Department presents its annual Fall Showcase Concert Tuesday, November 22in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre.
Central Wyoming College is offering a 30-hour General Industry Outreach Training on Saturdays in February that result in an OSHA card.
Central Wyoming College’s debate team won the novice division of parliamentary debate at Northwest College’s Trapper Rendezvous Debate and Speech tournament on November 12 beating out teams from Eastern Wyoming College, Laramie County Community College, Northwest College, Black Hills State University, and the Air Force Academy to accomplish the feat.
Central Wyoming College English instructor Buck Tilton put his skills in wilderness medicine to work caring for impoverished and sick people in a remote village in Haiti this past summer.
Central Wyoming College is employing an innovative method for teaching pre-college math courses that gives students instant feedback and instructors the ability to monitor their progress.