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New CWC Health/Science Center elevates class offerings

Jul 31, 2013 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

Central Wyoming College biology professor Steve McAllister says the new Health/Science Center on campus represents "quantum improvement" over the school's ...


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Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees members Roger Gose, left, Charlie Krebs and Heather Christensen were surrounded by chairs that were delivered recently to the new Health/Science Center on campus. The trustees took a tour of the center before their July board meeting. Photo by Katie Roenigk

Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees members Roger Gose, left, Charlie Krebs and Heather Christensen were surrounded by chairs that were delivered recently to the new Health/Science Center on campus. The trustees took a tour of the center before their July board meeting. Photo by Katie Roenigk


Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees members Roger Gose, left, Charlie Krebs and Heather Christensen were surrounded by chairs that were delivered recently to the new Health/Science Center on campus. The trustees took a tour of the center before their July board meeting. Photo by Katie Roenigk

Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees members Roger Gose, left, Charlie Krebs and Heather Christensen were surrounded by chairs that were delivered recently to the new Health/Science Center on campus. The trustees took a tour of the center before their July board meeting. Photo by Katie Roenigk

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