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EWC Community Education announces change of date for Youth Golf Camp

Eastern Wyoming College Community Education Department announces the youth golf camp for grades K-6 that was originally scheduled for March 3-4 will be held on March 2-4.

This camp will be held from 6:30-7:30 pm and will cost $35. Included in this fee is a golf visor and practice golf balls.

EWC’s head golf coach and golf student athletes will focus on safety, and proper fundamentals of the game, including swing to putting, to chipping, to proper manners on the golf course.

This fun-filled camp is geared to introduce your youngster to golf in such a way to hook them on golf for a lifetime. Specialized indoor, kid-friendly equipment will be provided.

Please contact EWC Community Education for more information at 307.532.8323.

EWC highlights upcoming Community Education Ketogenic Cooking

The Community Education office at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington is offering the following class.

Ketogenic Cooking – Muffins, sweet and savory
Instructor: JoEllen Keigley, EWC Testing and Career Services Coordinator

Muffins are such a versatile food, you can have them for breakfast, they can be a dessert, they can be used as a bread substitute with any meal, or an in-between meal snack.  Join JoEllen in making both sweet and savory muffins that follow ketogenic eating guidelines.

This class will be held on Thursday, February 20th from 6-8:00 pm in CTEC 111. The cost of this class is $30. Please bring a container to class for the muffins you will be making.

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

 

EWC announces articulation agreement with ReNEW program

Eastern Wyoming College and the University of Wyoming now officially have an articulation agreement in place for the ReNEW (Revolutionizing Nursing Education in Wyoming) program. ReNEW is a shared statewide curriculum delivered by nursing programs at all Wyoming community colleges and the University of Wyoming.

“This is the perfect solution for all of Wyoming to graduate more Bachelors prepared nurses into our workforce. This agreement is more than just a 2+2, it’s a curriculum that is started at the Community College level and goes through the BSN degree,” said Suzey Delger, EWC’s Director of Nursing. “We are thrilled to partner with the rest of the entire state community colleges and the University to provide the same curriculum, numbering system, and shared student outcomes.  It is a win-win for all involved,” continued Delger.

Formal admission to a ReNEW community college or university nursing program is required to pursue this degree. Students who are interested in the ReNEW program should consult with the nursing program at their Wyoming community college and students should not enroll in courses with the intention of completing a BSN through ReNEW until they have had direct contact with a Wyoming nursing program and are clear about the ReNEW program requirements and process.

“EWC is very proud to be an intricate part of the statewide ReNEW program and we are also very appreciative of Suzey Delger’s commitment to providing high quality education to future healthcare providers. EWC looks forward to watching the number of BSN graduates increase as a result of our commitment to providing a solid educational foundation for our students seeking associates degrees in nursing,” said Dr. Debbie Ochsner, Dean of Faculty and Student Services at EWC.

For more information about the ReNew program, contact Suzey Delger at 307.532.2999, or 307.624.7020 or by email at suzey.delger@ewc.wy.edu.

 

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 2019 semester. There were 111 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: Colter Adams, Hannah Cline, Laurel Cline, Alicia Demott, Danielle Gaither, Stetson Griffis Huckfeld, Jordan Hunt, Ashley Schlagel

Albin, WY: Lash Branigan

Cheyenne, WY: Alexander Flores

Douglas, WY: Trevor Sorg

Evansville, WY: Angella Perry

Gillette, WY: Scott Edwards

Guernsey, WY: Megan Luszczynski

Huntley, WY: Whitney Foos

Laramie, WY: Ashley Mendoza

Lingle, WY: Tyler Starkson

Lovell, WY: Lily Jones

Moorcroft, WY: Jennifer Purcell

Pine Bluffs, WY: Kayla Thurin

Saratoga, WY: Sarah Burton

Veteran, WY: Kassidy McClun

Breckenridge, CO: Oliver Trowbridge

Castle Rock, CO: Alexandra White

Greeley, CO: Jace Roselle

Atkinson, NE: Mason Hale

Lincoln, NE: Joshua Andreasen

Mitchell, NE: Frances Plasencio, Anna Robbins

North Platte, NE: Nathan Ostrander

Hyrum, UT: Emma Larsen

North Logan, UT: Carter Berish

Prague, Czech Republic: Tomas Kubata

Barcelona, Spain: Paula Martinez-Sans

Granada Spain: Nadia Montalban El-Hiriche

Lulea, Sweden: Emma Strom

Ragunda, Sweden: Emilia Axelsson

 

Dean’s Honor Roll

Torrington, WY: Jordan Arnusch, Breyden Bivens, Aubrey Demott, Cameron Juma, Stephanie Nichols, Joshua Posten, Brandon Rein, Katie Richardson, Brooklyn Tucker, Autumn Zulauf

Big Piney, WY: Trenton Taylor, Allyson Winkelman

Cheyenne, WY: Bethany Bonilla, Jacob Fogg, Yves-Marie Hess, Nicholas Mirich, Jada Ybarra

Douglas, WY: Douglas MacDonald, Sarah Wilkens, John Wolfe

Gillette, WY: Emma Hauber, Elaine Warren

Guernsey, WY: Shae Ibarra, Lakin Reichert

Greybull, WY: Skyler Wrage

Lander, WY: Monica Cardera

Laramie, WY: Colby Clay, Kyann Kainz, Justin Wetstein

Lingle, WY: Paige Forkner

Lovell, WY: Allyson Winkelman

Lusk, WY: Laura Waldock 

Pine Bluffs, WY: Hesston Fornstrom

Rock Springs, WY: Samantha Griffin

Saratoga, WY: Hailey Barkhurst

Sundance, WY: Kathryn Griggs

Wheatland, WY: Teague Crane, Logan Wilson

Paulden, AZ: Alexia Velasco

Arriba, CO: Kayleen Saffer

Aurora, CO: Peyton Greeson

Elizabeth, CO: Josephine Wasson

Meeker, CO: Ellie Anderson

Merino, CO: Baylee Nelson

Parker, CO: Devyn Volz

Wray, CO: Payton Jacobs

Orlando, FL: Earl Baker, Jr.

Miles City, MT: Sandra Michaelson

Alliance, NE:  Kaleb Moss, Katelyn Nunes, Cody Shrewsbury

Bayard, NE: Dorry Cooper

Gering, NE: Ashleigh Rusk

Gordon, NE: Brady Kersey, Kenna Rose

Hemingford, NE: Bailey Moffatt-Irish

Henry, NE: Jessica Cotant

Harrisburg, NE: Jadyn Cross

Madison, NE: Kurtis Palmer

Minatare, NE: Savannah Anderson

Mitchell, NE: Ty Chasek

North Platte, NE:  Zebulon Burke

Scottsbluff, NE: Ricardo Morfin, Emily Refice

Whitney, NE: Rachel Homrighausen

Hermosa, SD: Seth Shorb

Euless, TX: Jadore Hayes

Curitiba, Brazil: Mateus Pedroso

Rixheim, France: Charlene Hosly

Florence, Italy: Vittoria Cacciavillani

Barcelona, Spain:  Mar Bastida-Olivares

Rotterdam, Netherlands: Imao Woldring

Vinkovci, Spain: Barbara Trehub

Gothenburg, Sweden: Alexander Karras

Lulea, Sweden: Jonatan Arvidsson

PSA

Eastern Wyoming College in Douglas, WY will be closed Monday January 20, 2020 in observance of Wyoming Equality/ Martin Luther King, Jr. day. College offices will reopen on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

PSA

Eastern Wyoming College will be closed Monday January 20, 2020 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 21, 2020.

Eastern Wyoming College Hosts Lancer Look

Eastern Wyoming College is hosting Lancer Look on Monday, February 17, 2020.  Lancer Look is a visitation day that gives students the opportunity to tour the campus.  Students will also meet with instructors, coaches, activity sponsors, 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.

Sagebrush & Roses tickets on sale now

Tickets are now available for one of the region’s most popular fundraisers, Sagebrush & Roses.  This elegant evening features dinner and dancing and is hosted by the Eastern Wyoming College Foundation.  This year’s event will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at the Goshen County Rendezvous Center in Torrington, Wyoming.  Doors will open at 6 pm.

Tickets are $75 each and may be purchased online at ewcsagebrushandroses.com, at the EWC Office of Institutional Development, the Goshen County Chamber, area banks, or by calling 307.532.8397.

Tris Munsick and the Innocents will play for this year’s celebration.

Funds raised at Sagebrush & Roses benefit the future of agricultural programs at the College.

For more information about this popular event or to purchase tickets please contact the College at 307.532.8397.

PSA

Eastern Wyoming College will have a late opening on Thursday January 9, 2020 for employee In-Service activities. College offices will open at 3:15 pm.

 

PSA

Eastern Wyoming College announces the Douglas Campus will be closed on Thursday January 9, 2020 for employee In-Service activities at the main campus in Torrington. College offices will reopen on Friday, January 10, 2020.