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Three finalists named in CWC search for new academic dean

Three finalists have been selected in the search to replace Jason Wood, former executive vice president for student and academic services at Central Wyoming ...

Funding still not certain for CWC's ag facility, Jackson outreach center

Administrators at Central Wyoming College will have to wait until the summer to find out whether additional state funding will be available for projects ...

Panel of patients, doctors discuss cancer after film preview at CWC

It's a malady that afflicts the entire planet, and the statistics are staggering. In the United States, one of every two men will be diagnosed with cancer, and ...

An aging college faculty

CWC faces a significant challenge and must be supported financially to meet it

There was a wave of hiring in Fremont County school districts in the ...

The campus security force at Central Wyoming College includes several student trainees studying in the college's criminal justice program.
They work under ...

Wisconsin college hires former CWC administrator as president

Jason Wood of Riverton has been hired as president of Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, effective July 1.
Wood formerly served as executive vice ...

Winners of academic contest at CWC to receive one year's tuition

The public is welcome to watch the competition on Saturday.

Twelve teams of high school students from around the state will compete Saturday in the ...

College opts to lock in heating rate for two years

The two-year contract with Secure Energy of Colorado likely will be for 36-37 cents per therm, down about a nickel from the rate paid last year.

The ...

College OKs renewed tax mill levy for BOCHES

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees is planning to renew the half-mill levy that funds the Fremont County Board of Cooperative Higher Education ...

CWC faculty aging; surge of retirements expected to continue

The human resources department at Central Wyoming College is anticipating a continued string of retirements from the school in the coming years.
"The aging ...

College's new Lander center on track for fall occupancy

Work is progressing on schedule at the site of the new Central Wyoming College Lander Center, 120 Leedy Blvd.
Ron Granger, CWC's vice president for ...

Outreach enrollment growing at college; dip noted in Dubois

Second Wind program ends in June

Dubois was the only Central Wyoming College service area to see a decrease in outreach participation last ...

Tuesday notes

Chill on
It got cold again this week, colder than average for late March. We'd enjoyed a nice stretch of seasonal warmth, or a bit better, so the chill ...

Saxophone concert Friday to launch two days of music clinics at CWC

A group of saxophone educators will perform a concert Friday to kick off Central Wyoming College's annual Single Reed Celebration, a two-day clinic for middle ...

Central Wyoming College approves $356,000 website redesign project

Central Wyoming College will spend up to $279,000 this year on a new design for its website.
The total five-year price for the project could reach ...

College's new 'one stop' site delayed a year

Work on a new student success center at Central Wyoming College has been pushed back to 2016.
Construction initially was scheduled to begin in May.
The ...

Numbers show new per diem plan saved CWC money

Central Wyoming College employees used expense reports to affirm a recent decision to adhere to per diem reimbursements for board member travel.
The college ...

CWC developing rubric to evaluate sabbatical requests

Faculty seeking sabbatical leave from Central Wyoming College will have to justify their requests in the future based on criteria being developed by academic ...

Leadership cloth

Philp and Urbigkeit were cut from the same type, and our county was better for it

Frank Philp and Ralph Urbigkeit were not of the same generation. ...

Eight Wyoming Indian students visit college to learn about careers

For eight Wyoming Indian Middle School eighth-graders, Central Wyoming College displayed an array of careers for their young minds to consider after they took ...

 
 

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