Posts from January, 2019

Eastern Wyoming College Announces the President’s and Dean’s Honor Rolls

Eastern Wyoming College is pleased to announce the honor rolls for the Fall 2018 semester. There were 99 students receiving recognition for achieving high scholastic grades.

The President’s Honor Roll recognizes students that are full time (12 or more credit hours) and achieve a 4.0 grade point average. To qualify for the Dean’s Honor Roll, students must also be full time and achieve a grade point average of 3.5, but less than 4.0.

President’s Honor Roll

Torrington, WY: Alexandra Battleson, Emily Buchanan, Hannah Cline, Laurel Cline, Alicia Demott, Grace Fenn, Mercedes Hatcher, Jacob Lolley, Anna Schmick, Taylor Walsh

Cheyenne, WY: Alexander Flores

Douglas, WY: Andrew Gilmore,Celia Muncy, Rebecca Rasmussen

Lingle, WY: Regan Walford

Saratoga, WY: Hailey Barkhurst, Sarah Burton

Wright, WY:  Katie Strohschein

Veteran, WY: Kassidy McClun

Akron, CO: Lissette Lefforge

Westminster, CO: Kelliann Raff

Yuma, CO:  Chadron Coffield 

Atkinson, NE: Mason Hale

Gordon, NE: Shaniah Freeseman

Scottsbluff, NE: Libby Winchell

Spencer, NE: Morgan Harmon

Murdo, SD: Jacob Lolley

Stevenson, WA: Laura Hobbs

Vinkovci, Croatia: Barbara Trehub

Palmerston North, New Zealand: Nicole Cutler

Salisbury, United Kingdom: George Elliott

 

Dean’s Honor Roll

Torrington, WY: Shane Brown, Myca Cantrell, Mishelle Frame, Brooke Glass, Kathryn Griggs, Winter Hunt, Kash Kaufman, Chrissy Lira, Riley Prahl, Sadie Schwartzkopf, Jayde Shahan, Rebecca Wilmoth, Skyler Wrage, Colter Wyse

Cheyenne, WY: Kelli Bowers, Jacob Fogg, Alissa Gonzales, Nathaniel Jackson, Spencer Kellner

Douglas, WY: Courtney Kershner, Ty Larson, Shantelle Merchen

Ft. Washakie, WY: Taylor Bell

Gillette, WY: Kodi Edwards, Cassandra Klein, Macie Mackey

Hawk Springs, WY: Rebecca Green

Laramie, WY: Colby Clay, Zachary Rivord

Lingle, WY: Robert Greenwald

Lovell, WY: Janaka Brand, Rylee Perkins

Sundance, WY: Kathryn Griggs,

Wheatland, WY: Sydney DeWitt

Yoder, WY: Blaine Wilker

Florence, AL: Timothy Franks

Arriba, CO: Kayleen Saffer

Ft. Collins, CO: Jacob Pfaffinger

Wiley, CO: Colton Reed

Orlando, FL: Earl Baker, Jr

Metamora, IL: Megan Musselman

Fromberg, MT: Ashley Richardson

Alliance, NE:  Kyle King

Bridgeport, NE: Eric Stevens

Gordon, NE: Brady Kersey

Hemingford, NE: Bailey Moffat-Irish

Madison, NE: Kurtis Palmer

Minatare, NE: Savannah Anderson

Mitchell, NE: Joseph Pieper, Amy Schledewitz

North Platte, NE:  Mariah McKeeman

Scottsbluff, NE: Kelsey Ashford

Sidney, NE: Dawson Sharman

Whitney, NE: Rachel Homrighausen

Black Hawk, SD: Hayley Orth

Buffalo Gap, SD: Baxter Boldon

Hermosa, SD: Taylor Ruhoff

Timberlake, SD: Josie White

Bothell, WA: Jordan Potts

Everett, WA: Christopher Bell

Olympia, WA: Weston Vandenhazel

Seattle, WA: Jaloni Garner

Staines, England: Harry Walch

Taiping, Malaysia: JoVin Tan

Barcelona, Spain:  Ines Salat Margarit, Mar Bastida-Olivares, Paula Martinez-Sanz

Granada, Spain: Nadia Montalban-El Hiriche

Lulea, Sweden: Jonatan Arvidsson

EWC Community Education announces date change to upcoming Leather Craft Studio class

The Community Education office at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington announces a new date for the Leather Craft Studio, Mondays, February 4th through March 25.

Leather craft is the art of making articles from leather that are both useful and decoratively beautiful. Instructor Sandy Hoehn will introduce you to the world of hand tooling, or “carving” leather—you will learn how to use the basic tools and the process for creating tooled leather designs. Although this is a beginner’s class, it is also suitable for more experienced artisans to “brush up” on their tooling skills. Students will be able to make a belt or a fashionable leather bracelet—Sandy will have leather available for purchase. Loaner sets of basic tools will be available for students to use during class, or they may bring their own.

The cost of this class is $60.

To register for this class or others, contact the EWC Community Education office at 307.532.8323 or stop by to visit them at 3200 West C Street in Torrington.

EWC Community Education and Workforce Development to offer CPR/First Aid/AED/BLS

The Workforce Development office at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington is offering a CPR/First Aid/AED/BLS class for certification or renewal on Thursday January 24, 5:00-9:00 pm. This class will be held in CTEC room 208 on the main campus in Torrington and will cost $60.

To register for this class, contact Donna White at the EWC Community Education office at 307.532.8323.

Eastern Wyoming College hosts Lancer Look

Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, is hosting Lancer Look on Monday, February 18, 2019. Lancer Look is a visitation day that gives students the opportunity to tour the campus.  Students will also meet with instructors, coaches, and visit a class. Parents and students will also learn more about EWC scholarships and other federal financial aid, housing and enjoy lunch in the cafeteria.

Registration begins at 8:30 am in the lobby of the EWC Fine Arts Center. Lunch will be provided and there will be drawings for book waivers valued at $250 provided by the EWC Foundation.

Interested students should preregister to attend Lancer Look. Registration is available on the EWC website at ewc.wy.edu or by calling the EWC Admissions office at 307.532.8230.

Lancers add game to schedule

The Eastern Wyoming College men’s basketball team have added an additional game to their schedule. This additional game will allow the Lancers to meet the 30 game requirement for the region.

The Lancers will play the Wyoming All Stars on Sunday, January 20th at 2 pm in the Petsch Center Gymnasium.

EWC Vet Tech club holding dog wash

The Eastern Wyoming College Veterinary Technology Club will be holding a dog wash on Saturday, January 26th. Appointments will begin at 8:00 am and walk-ins will be taken until 10:30 am. The dog wash will conclude at 1:30 pm. The student technicians will do minimal brushing and do not shave out mats. A current rabies certificate is required to participate. If you have a dog that is scared of the dryer, they need to be here early so they can stay until they are dry, as the weather is getting colder.

Pricing per dog is as follows:

Bath:
Small Dog (0-20#) $8
Medium Dog (20.1-50#) $10
Large Dog (50.1 – 90#) $12
Extra Large Dog (90.1 and above) $14

Added charge for Long hair: (Require additional grooming and drying time)
Small – $3, Medium – $5, Large – $7, Extra Large – $9

Other Services:
Nail trim: $10

For an appointment please contact Katelyn Conklin:
Email (preferred):  conklink@ewcmail.wy.edu
Phone Number: 916.529.0607

PSA

Eastern Wyoming College will be closed Monday January 21, 2019 in observance of Wyoming Equality/ Martin Luther King, Jr. day. The Fitness Center will be open normal hours. College offices will reopen on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

 

PSA

Eastern Wyoming College in Douglas, WY will be closed Monday January 21, 2019 in observance of Wyoming Equality/ Martin Luther King, Jr. day. College offices will reopen on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

 

Financial Peace University date has been changed

Eastern Wyoming College Community Education announces that the Financial Peace University class will be held on Wednesdays, March 20-May 15, from 6-8:00 pm in Tebbet classroom 272.

Financial Peace University is a life-changing program that teaches you how to make the right decisions with your money, so you never again have too much month at the end of your money! You will be empowered with practical skills and confidence to achieve your financial goals and experience true financial peace. Each of the lessons deal with a different topic that will change the way you think about personal finance. Dave Ramsey teaches about how to save money, live on a budget, communicate about money, eliminate debt, find bargains, and experience the joy of giving. If you are struggling with financial problems or planning for retirement, this is a great program for you. This class would be a fabulous wedding gift for a newly married couple.

The cost of this class is $115 ($100 of the fee is for materials) couples may share materials and each pay the $15 instruction fee.

To register contact EWC Community Education at 307.532.8323 or by email at donna.white@ewc.wy.edu or you can stop by the college at 3200 West C Street in Torrington.

EWC kicks off 2019 with positive changes

Eastern Wyoming College will use current employees to fill vacant positions and promote within the organization.

“We have an institution full of incredibly talented individuals,” stated Dr. Lesley Travers, President. “I’ve thought long and hard on how to move forward after hitting a bump in the road and I believe this is the best course of action.”

Current Vice President for Academic Services, Roger Humphrey, will take over the reins of Students Services as the new Vice President for Student Services. Dr. Travers added, “Roger has a tremendous amount of administrative experience and he will do a great job leading Student Services and I have the utmost faith in him.”

Heidi Edmunds, who has served as the Dean of Instruction, will be the new Vice President for Academic Services. “Heidi has done an excellent job defining the Dean position and will transition very smoothly into the role of Vice President,” said Dr. Travers. “A new Dean of Instruction will be appointed from within the College and this will be a great opportunity for an EWC person to step into a leadership position.”

The position of Student Success Center Director will be filled by Julie Sherbeyn. “We are happy that Julie can continue her work with retention and the CARE Team by joining us in this position,” added Dr. Travers.

Additional changes include the appointment of Debbie Ochsner to the ½ time position of Director of Counseling and Disability Services; who is also a faculty member. The position reclassification of Sue Schmidt to Registrar is an appropriate fit because she has the knowledge and experience in that area.

“We are beginning the spring semester on a positive note. These changes will get us back on track and moving in the right direction,” summarized Dr. Travers. “Serving our students is the most important job that we all have. We have an excellent team in place who do just that.”

These organizational changes were approved by the Board of Trustees at their regular meeting on January 8th. Changes are effective immediately.