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.
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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.
Gillette College men’s basketball player Sarp Gobeloglu has signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent with Division I Montana State University in Bozeman.
Diane Carlson Evans, a former captain in the Army Nurse Corps who served in the Vietnam War and founded the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation, will provide Gillette College’s commencement address on May 15.
Holly Martin teaches several science courses at Gillette College. Originally from the Midwest, Holly’s enthusiasm for all things biology, connecting with students and traveling run deep.
At 9 years old, Lucas Schipansky knew he had a calling for medicine. His mother had been diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphoma and he wanted to help.
Gillette College sophomore basketball student-athlete Lorenzo Bonam was recently named a Division I All-American from the NJCAA.
Registration is open for the Gillette College Booster Club’s first annual Golf Scramble, Saturday, May 16.
Gillette College’s Industry Safety Training Center will host its one-day Spring Thaw safety course in Buffalo on Thursday, April 16.
Gillette College’s Industry Safety Training Center has been awarded a grant from the state of Wyoming’s Department of Workforce Services to cover tuition costs for unemployed or recently employed individuals seeking training to work in the oil and gas industry.