From Casper to Russia to Pennsylvania, students take advantage of Casper College’s online courses.
As I stood in a concoction of melt-off grime sourced by an aging snowbank from across the parking lot, a pair of stark realizations hit me. The first revolved around the idea of not being too thrilled about sending out a search party of one to recover a set of acrobatic car keys. The second was that winter’s welcome had worn thin.
“It was a pivotal moment in my life when I was offered a rodeo scholarship to Casper College,” says Dan Cheney (AS, AAS, ’87), vice-president and chief operating officer for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Rob Hill came to Casper when his wife, Jackie, got a teaching job teaching. He’d been working in the construction business. Upon arriving in Casper Jackie suggested that he look into the idea of becoming an educator.
In high school, Terry and Jerry Dunn were asked to wear colorful rubber bands around their wrists so the coach could tell them apart in practice. This need for individuality increases the irony that both brothers eventually gained fame in the same profession: as basketball coaches.
Casper College director of admissions Kyla Foltz started her higher ed journey as a student at CC.
Casper College’s newest president offers seven ways that his training as a biologist makes him a better leader.
Shirley Jacobs recounts her time as an instructor at Casper College and the trials and successes of being the faculty sponsor of Expression magazine.
It is trying at times, dealing with a combination of new business issues, family issues, and family business issues all at the same time.
Resting in the footprint of nearly 60 years of Casper military history, a modest bronze monument commemorates Casper’s National Guard Armory.