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College to eliminate course credit for rodeo practice

A change in course fees and credits for equine studies at Central Wyoming College should have a positive financial impact on students in the Rustler rodeo ...

McFarland: CWC serves Lander well

Lander is being well-served by Central Wyoming College, says the outgoing president of the school.
Dr. Jo Anne McFarland detailed the college's current ...

CWC professor wins Master Distance Educator award

Central Wyoming College professor Val Whitmore received a Master Distance Educator Award at the Wyoming Distance Education Consortium spring conference held ...

Wyoming attorney general gives update on state's case over rez boundary issue

The Environmental Protection Agency's December definition of the Wind River Indian Reservation boundary through the Clean Air Act was a topic of ...

New bunkhouse at CWC Sinks Canyon Center could house students this fall

Work has been ongoing at the Central Wyoming College Sinks Canyon Center this season, including new construction and renovations to accommodate more for-credit ...

Board OKs contracts, raises for top CWC administrators

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees approved contracts for several top administrators during its regular meeting in May.
Contracts for Jason Wood, ...

Central Wyoming College hosting retreat for children with diabetes

Central Wyoming College is hosting a family retreat for children and families with type 1 diabetes.
The retreat, scheduled for July 11-13 at the CWC Sinks ...

Challenging time for college HR office amid high-level retirements

Human resources employees at Central Wyoming College have been busy this year as they work to replace retiring staff members.
"We have loads of searches ...

Challenging time for college HR office amid high-level retirements

Human resources employees at Central Wyoming College have been busy this year as they work to replace retiring staff members.
"We have loads of searches ...

College levies optional mill; fund source controlled locally

President Jo Anne McFarland said the mill levy is expected to generate about $1 million in fiscal year 2015 and $1.05 million fiscal year 2016.

The ...

Strong support from industry for GIS at CWC

More than 40 area industry representatives say they are interested in the new Geospatial Information System credentials that will be available at Central ...

Connections run deep for many in CWC class of 2014

This was the last commencement exercise for President Jo Anne McFarland, who is retiring after holding the presidential post for a quarter ...

CWC to host theater, film camp for teens

To launch its new interdisciplinary program in film and theater, Central Wyoming College is hosting a weeklong camp in July to give Wyoming high school juniors ...

'Meta major' program aimed at getting students to focus interests sooner

Central Wyoming College hopes to initiate a new set of academic programs this fall to help students identify preferred areas of study.
The "meta majors" were ...

Dual-credit enrollment at RHS and CWC reached new high in 2013-14 term

More students from Riverton High School are taking advantage of the dual credit program with the Central Wyoming College Board of Cooperative Higher ...

CWC choral director named

Central Wyoming College has hired a new choral director and music instructor to replace longtime vocal music professor Robert Hussa who retired this ...

CWC picked to participate in program to develop new learning programs

Central Wyoming College is one of 10 colleges and universities selected to participate in an "incubator" program to advance and implement competency-based ...

Colleagues call retiring music instructor an 'anchor' of department

Central Wyoming College music instructor Bob Hussa says he will miss the colleagues he will leave behind at CWC, especially his partners in the music ...

College passes new budget; Sinks Canyon position cut

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees approved its fiscal year 2015 budget Wednesday during a regular meeting in Riverton.
The budget includes a ...

College mulls eliminating position at canyon center

Adoption of the preliminary budget for fiscal year 2015 will take place Wednesday.

A proposed reduction in force at Central Wyoming College has ...

 
 

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