Nikki Smiley, Health and Human Performance instructor for the Northern Wyoming Community College District, has been selected as the 2015 NWCCD Master Distance Educator of the Year, college officials announced recently.
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Gillette College’s 25th annual Commencement Ceremony will begin at 7 p.m. at the Cam-Plex Spirit Hall on Friday, May 15. Approximately 300 degrees and certificates were earned by Gillette College students during 2014-15.
David Bowles, an analytical chemist at Energy Laboratories of Gillette, has been named Gillette College’s first-ever Distinguished Alumnus.
The Gillette College Diesel Club will host ‘Dyno Day,’ on Thursday, May 7, giving high school and college students, as well as community members, the opportunity to test their vehicles’ power.
A variety of community events will be offered this summer at Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus, part of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, in the Bighorn Mountains.
Three Gillette College tech students won individual goal medals at the 2015 Wyoming SkillsUSA competitions in Casper and Gillette.
The Gillette College Energy City Voices will present “Sonnets & Chocolates,” on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. inside the Gillette College’s Tech Center.
A Gillette College diesel technology student earned recognition last week at the American Technical Education Association’s (ATEA) 52nd annual national conference in Indianapolis.
The board of the American Technical Education Association (ATEA) selected Dr. Paul Young, President of the Northern Wyoming Community College District and sitting ATEA vice president, to serve as the organization’s new president through 2017 in Indianapolis on Friday.
When Devan Reilly joined Gillette College’s rodeo team in fall 2012, he didn’t have much background in the sport but he was determined to succeed. Reilly studied the art of bareback riding relentlessly, practicing the moves of the sport’s top performers.