Bridge Design Contest
Using resources provided by the West Point
Academy, Cowley College Math & Science Club is sponsoring a "local
bridge design contest"! read more
ENROLL NOW for spring classes .
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Cowley glowed on Halloween
The Mulvane Center participated in the annual Safe Treat Night in downtown Mulvane. The event started at 5:30 pm and ran until 7:30 pm. Cowley handed out 700 glow sticks to all of the children. We would like to send a big thank you to those who helped hand out the glow sticks and set up.
Weiner Feast at Mulvane raised money for Math & Science Club
On Wednesday, September 3, the Math and Science Club held their annual Wiener Feast. The club would like to thank all of our customers! We raised $115.00 which will help partly help fund our activities for this coming year. Our first trip will be to the Wichita Zoo. If you have not joined the math and science club at Mulvane then contact either Uwe Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Hays at email@example.com for information. A special thanks goes to Uwe Conrad, our beloved Wiener Cook! Everyone had a great time (except for the poor cows that donated to our cause, but we thank them for their sacrifice). If you missed out this year, then mark your calendar down for the start of September next year!
PTK students honored at luncheon
Kayla Crane and Madison McDowell from Cowley College’s Arkansas City campus and Kathryn McIntosh and Nhat Nguyen from Cowley’s Mulvane Center were among the students honored in Topeka February 12 during the 20th Annual Phi Theta Kappa Honors Luncheon.
Representing the state's 19 community colleges and a private two-year college, these scholars were named to the 2014-15 All-Kansas Academic Team, sponsored by the international headquarters of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees, and the Kansas Council of Community College Presidents. read more
Mulvane students showcase their works
The Mulvane Center held their Student Academic Showcase on November 11th. The showcase is a great opportunity for students to share what they have learned throughout the semester.
Four groups of students displayed projects they had completed throughout the year in their science courses.
The State of Kansas will pay tuition so
high school students can take the fast-track toward earning a
degree, certificate, industry-recognized credentials, or work-ready
Catapults hit the targets
On Tuesday, November 18, the Mulvane Math and Science club had their Catapult Launching of the catapults that the different teams built. One specification was that the catapults could only be built using material available in medieval times, but some adjustments had to be made with modern day components. All catapults successfully hit the target ! Congratulations to all the participating members! It was a job well done." read more