Whitney Benefits Announces Second-Century Legacy Gift

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 26, 2018 Contact: Wendy Smith, Assistant Vice President of Strategic Communication (307) 675-0412, wsmith@sheridan.edu Claire Barnes, Writer/Editor (307) 675-0416, cbarnes@sheridan.edu Support for programs, recruitment and student success Members of the Whitney Benefits Board of Directors, college trustees and members of SCSD 1, 2, and 3 school boards gathered yesterday at the 

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Ag Students Shine at National Competition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 25, 2018 Contact: Wendy Smith, Assistant Vice President of Strategic Communication (307) 675-0412, wsmith@sheridan.edu Claire Barnes, Writer/Editor (307) 675-0416, cbarnes@sheridan.edu Seven Sheridan College agricultural program students recently had the opportunity to put their skills and knowledge to the test when they traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, to compete at the 2018 National 

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Students Gain Important Perspectives at Diversity Conference

Last weekend, five Sheridan College students and two advisors traveled to Salt Lake City to attend the National Student Leadership Diversity Convention. They joined over 200 attendees from other colleges and universities around the country to learn how to create a more accepting, equitable environment on campus. The convention featured experiential workshops, keynote sessions, and 

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Cody Friedlan ’12 to Career in Business

Cody Friedlan enjoys a successful career as a loan officer at First National Bank of Gillette. But back in 2010, he was a recent high school graduate unsure of what type of career he should pursue. He decided to enroll at Gillette College so he could stay in his hometown and figure out what to 

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Sheridan College Student Named Wyoming’s 2018 New Century Pathway Scholar

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 23, 2018 Contact: Wendy Smith, Director of Marketing and Public Information (307) 675-0412, wsmith@sheridan.edu Claire Barnes, Writer/Editor (307) 675-0416, cbarnes@sheridan.edu Sheridan, Wyo. — Sheridan College student Kaycen Townsend, a health sciences major from Sheridan, was recently selected as Wyoming’s 2018 New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar. More than 2,000 students were nominated 

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Personal Experiences Lead Twin Brothers to Pursue Nursing

At 17 years old, Trae Kaufmann had to undergo a heart procedure at Denver Children’s Hospital. He suffered from supraventricular tachycardia or SVT, a condition where faulty electrical connections in the heart or abnormal areas of electrical activity trigger and sustain an abnormal rhythm. For Trae and his identical twin brother, Tyler, that experience was 

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Daring to be Different

More women drawn to lucrative technical careers If you walked around the Technical Education Center at Sheridan College at the end of last semester, you would have noticed a few more women hard at work behind the lathes, welding stations, and diesel engines than in the past. Between the machine tool, diesel, and welding technology 

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Sheridan College Machine Tool Technology Lab Receives New Technology

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 21, 2017 Contact: Wendy Smith, Director of Marketing and Public Information (307) 675-0412, wsmith@sheridan.edu Claire Barnes, Writer/Editor (307) 675-0416, cbarnes@sheridan.edu Adding the CMM to the lab expands students’ skills and job opportunities Sheridan College Machine Tool Technology students just received a Zeiss Duramax Coordinate Measuring Machine for their lab thanks to 

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Sheridan College Part of Statewide Effort to Grow Technology Sector

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 8, 2017 Contact: Wendy Smith, Director of Marketing and Public Information (307) 675-0412, wsmith@sheridan.edu Claire Barnes, Writer/Editor (307) 675-0416, cbarnes@sheridan.edu College offers four associate degrees and two certificates in computer science The second annual Computer Science Education Week is underway as part of Gov. Matt Mead’s efforts to make computer science 

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