Posts from November, 2011

EWC to host Visual Arts speaker

On November 29th, Mr. Chuck Egnaczak, a former art professor and now the Education Coordinator at a Laramie-based non-profit organization called Works of Wyoming will come to EWC to speak about visual arts careers.
At 1:00 pm in Fine Arts room 201, Mr. Engnaczak will speak to students about developing a professional artist’s portfolio. Then, at 6:00 pm at the same location, the community is invited to hear him speak about making it as an artist in the current economic climate.
This speaking event is free and open to the public.
Contact John Cline, EWC Art Instructor at 307.532.8291 or john.cline@ewc.wy.edu for more information.

EWC TO HOST FIRST ANNUAL FAMILY REUNION

August 15, 2011
TORRINGTON, WY – EWC to host first annual family reunion
(Torrington, Wyoming, August 15, 2011)…Eastern Wyoming College will host the first annual Alumni “Family Reunion” on Friday, August 26th at the College in Torrington.   The event will begin at 11:30 a.m. on the campus. 
“This reunion is an opportunity to bring people to the campus who have attended or graduated from EWC since its inception in 1948, as well as former faculty and staff, and give people a chance to meet former classmates, friends, teachers and staff,” shared Oliver Sundby, Development Director.
 Activities will begin with a cookout at 11:30 a.m in the student services area, followed by a welcome from EWC president Dr. Tom Armstrong in the Fine Arts Auditorium at 12:30.   Informal or formal tours of the campus will take place from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, to give visitors the opportunity to see the many changes that have occurred on the campus over time.   These include the newly completed renovation of the science wing, the expansion of the welding and veterinary technology facilities, construction of the new dormitory, Lancer Hall, and many new landscaping features.
The planning committee for the event included former EWC president Guido Smith, distinguished alumna Barbara Bonds, EWC athletic director Verl Petsch and adjunct instructor Tom McCreery.   
Questions concerning the event can be directed to the office of development at 532-8397.