CWC professor discusses new Bachelor’s program on County 10 Podcast

RIVERTON, Wyo. — Tarissa Spoonhunter, an Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies at Central Wyoming College, recently joined the County 10 Podcast in Fremont County to chat about the new Bachelor’s degree program at CWC.

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST EPISODE HERE

The conversation with Spoonhunter dives into details about the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in organizational management and leadership being offered at CWC.

Additional topics of conversation include Spoonhunter’s background, the tribal leadership program at CWC and opportunities at CWC for residents of the Wind River Indian Reservation.

The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in organizational management and leadership will be offered in the classroom, online, and via a virtual classroom. To learn more about this program, click HERE.

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