Co-curricular Opportunities

Co-curricular programming provides learning opportunities that support the Goals for Student Success beyond the scope of classroom requirements. Co-curricular programming at Western Wyoming Community College intentionally contributes to the educational experiences of students by complementing academic programs and courses, and by strengthening each student’s personal and professional growth.

English Department

Literary Festival: Watch for posters, social media posts, and campus announcements early in Spring Semester.

Visiting Writers & Writing Workshops: Watch for posters and campus announcements throughout the year for author talks and workshops.

For more information, contact Associate Professor of English and ESL, Christopher Propst: cpropst@westernwyoming.edu

Performing Arts                       

Visiting Productions: Watch for posters, social media posts, and campus announcements througout the year.  

For more information, contact Professor of Muiscal Theatr & Voice, Eric Delora: edelora@westernwyoming.edu

 

 

Business & Computer Technology

Check back soon for information about co-curricular opportunites relevant to business and computer technology. 

Exercise Science  

Community Programs- In addition to the time spent in the community, the exercise science students work together to execute a number of fun and exciting community programming and events. 

Run With Sandy- Students involved with the Exercise Science program assist with this event each year.                    

Undergraduate ResearchUndergraduate research is an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate that make an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline (Council of Undergraduate Research). Click the link for more information. 

Wellness ChallengeThe Wellness Challenge is hosted by the Exercise Science Practicum students every Spring.  It is a twelve week fitness program designed to help community members progress toward their fitness and wellness goals.  Pre and post fitness testing is performed to measure participant improvements.

For more information, contact Professor of Exercise Science, Kristine Clark: kclark@westernwyoming.edu

 

Nursing

Student Nursing Association- Membership in the SNA provides the opportunity to volunteer on campus and in our service area communities.  

Evidence Based Research PresentationsWatch for posters, social media posts, and campus announcements in late spring. 

Industrial Technology

Check back soon for information about co-curricular opportunites relevant to manufacturing and industrial technology. 

Biology & Physiology

Wyoming INBRE- The Wyoming IDeA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Program is funded by the National Institutes for Health National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). The ultimate goal the INBRE program is to promote the development, coordination, and sharing of research resources and expertise that will expand research opportunities and increase the number of competitive investigators in IDeA‐eligible states. INBRE programs are intended to enhance the caliber of scientific faculty at research institutions and undergraduate schools, thereby attracting more promising students to these organizations. Click the link above for more information.

Undergraduate ResearchUndergraduate research is an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline (Council of Undergraduate Research). INBRE students are undergraduate research students, but not all students participating in undergraduate research are part of the INBRE program. INBRE is specific to biomedical research.

For more information, contact                    Assistant Professor of Biology Professor, David Tanner, Ph.D.: datanner@westernwyoming.edu      

Math

Check back soon for information about co-curricular opportunites relevant to mathmatics. 

Education

Check back soon for information about co-curricular opportunites relevant to education. 

Social Sciences

Undergraduate ResearchUndergraduate research is an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline (Council of Undergraduate Research).

For more information, contact Instructor of Sociology, Angel Thatcher: athatcher@westernwyoming.edu

 

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