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College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

University of Wyoming

Department #3354

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071


Room 160 AG C

Phone: (307) 766-4135


November 3 Newsletter

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Happy Wednesday to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students! Here is your Weekly Wednesday Newsletter with information on various events, employment opportunities and scholarship/funding opportunities. 


College Announcements 

Student Lounge Closure 

  • The student lounge in Ag C 44 will be closed starting Friday Oct 29th-Friday Nov 5th for new carpet installation. 


Internships | Jobs | Employment 

Center for Rural Affairs Rural Community Advocate Position and Business Development Specialist Position 


Dakota Prairie Grasslands Seasonal Positions 

  • Description:The Dakota Prairie Grasslands will be filling multiple temporary (seasonal) positions for the upcoming 2021 field season. We have openings in Range, Botany, Wildlife, Recreation, Fire, and Engineering. Openings will be available at the GS-2 through GS-7 levels, and are for positions with a maximum six-month tour of duty (not to exceed 1,039 hours). 

  • Apply at: ***Note that the application period is only open November 5-12th

  • For more information: DPG 2022 Seasonal.pdf


White River National Forest Seasonal Positions 

  • Description: White River National Forest is the most visited national forest in the nation encompassing 2.3 million acres. With 11 ski resorts, eight Wilderness areas, 10 mountain peaks over 14,000 feet and 2,500 miles of trails, this forest is a great place to work and live. With more than 10 million visitors per year, the White River needs a solid staff of seasonal employees.We are offering summer positions working in botany, customer service, engineering equipment operations, fisheries, fire, forestry, range, recreation, trails, wilderness, and wildlife. 

  • Apply at: ***Note that the application period is only open November 5-12th

  • Contact: or (970) 404-3163 

  • For more information: White River NF.pdf



Forest Service Pathways Positions through Society of American Foresters 


Farm Credit Services of America Internships 

  • Dates: Summer 2022 

  • Description: Farm Credit Services of America’s mission is to be agriculture’s most valued financial partner. Interns contribute ideas and skills to important hands-on projects that make an impact and support our customers’ success. 

  • To view open internships: Students - Farm Credit Services of America (  

  • For more information:FCSA UW 2021.pdf


Freeman School District Middle / High School Agriculture Teacher 


Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory Student Workers 

  • Description: WSVL needs students! Looking for student workers for Serology. All majors welcome to apply. 

  • Send resume/CV to Dr. Kerry Sondgeroth 


Laramie County Community College Agriculture Instructor and Activity Coach 

  • Description: The Instructor, Agriculture and Activity Coach position is a full-time benefited position responsible for instruction and development of curriculum in the Agriculture department. As a member of the Agriculture team, this position will work closely with the other faculty to build a robust curriculum for our students. The content area to be taught will be centered on agricultural business but may occasionally include other content area. In addition to the standard faculty duties this position is also responsible for the instruction, management, recruitment, and coaching of a team which may include IHSA, Livestock Show Team, or the incumbent may propose a new team to LCCC. 

  • For more information:,-agriculture-and-activity-coach/job?fbclid=IwAR0YvY9ylr6hOdKyzVuepxtbdB29CDiR3PS9PvPSPcvkWFC76OST0oVk1OI&mobile=false&width=1904&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-420&jun1offset=-360  

  • Apply by: November 11, 2021 


USDA Farm Production and Conservation 


USDA National Agriculture Statistics Service Survey Statistician Student Trainee 


Wyoming Stock Growers Association Invasive Species Rangeland Internship Program 

  • Description: This internship is designed to offer beginning agriculturalists and range specialists real-world and hands-on experience implementing the educational tools already gained. This paid internship will last for three months during the summer where interns will work, learn, and gain valuable insight from mentoring ranchers from across the state of Wyoming. A stipend of $1,800 will be given at the end of each month with room and board supplied by the mentoring ranch and the possibility of 1-3 credit hours. Students are responsible for working with their advisor/professor to obtain credit hours. Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Grad students majoring in any natural resource related field are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. 

  • Apply by: March 31, 2022 

  • Application:  Intern Application_Invasive Species.pdf

  • For more information:  


Certified Angus Beef Communications Internships 

  • Location: Wooster, OH 

  • Description: Interns will share the Certified Angus Beef story with stakeholders across the beef supply chain and media through writing, social media content, and other visual mediums. Interns will manage projects to increase brand awareness and inspire commitment to raising and selling the Certified Angus Beef ® brand. Strong writers and content creators are encouraged to apply. 

  • Apply by: November 19, 2021 

  • For more information:  

Animal Outlook Farm Transformations Program Director & Consultant position 

  • Description: Animal Outlook is seeking a Program Director for their Farm Transformations Program that will explore the benefits of transitioning from animal farming to plant-based agriculture. While this is an AO position, during the first year, the Director will spend approximately half of their time devoted to the first farm transformation test case done in partnership with Miyoko’s Creamery’s Dairy Farm Transition Program. Through this collaboration, the Director will act as a pro bono consultant for Miyoko’s by contributing research that leverages and guides their pilot dairy farm transition test case. This role will complete the buildout, implementation, and launch of AO’s Farm Transformations Program by spearheading in-depth technical research and utilizing existing material on the financial and business implications of farm transitions. It will involve the Miyoko’s pilot test case, as well as other small-scale testing, and will develop adaptive farm transformation blueprints that inform farm transformation strategy, finance, management, and business development. 

  • To apply: 

  • For more information:  Farm Transformations Program Director & Consultant Description .pdf

Scholarships | Funding Opportunities 

Frasure-Kruzel-Drew Memorial Fellowship 

  • Description: The FKD Memorial Fellowship is a two year, full-time paid professional opportunity to work with the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Political-Military Affair's Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement (PMWRA), helping to reduce the harmful effects of landmines, illicitly proliferated small arms and ammunition, and indiscriminately used conventional weapons of war. Upon completion, many fellows accept full-time positions at the Department of State. 

  • Apply by: December 3, 2021 

  • Contact: 

  • For more information: Frasure Fellowship.pdf


Rockey FFAR Fellows 

  • Description:The Rockey FFAR Fellows Program was established to provide professional development and career guidance to the next generation of food and agriculture scientists across the Foundation for Food and Agriculture’s Challenge Areas and strategic initiatives. The consensus among employers is that U.S. universities could better prepare a career ready STEM workforce by breaking down the disciplinary silos and increasing the focus on professional development and “soft-skills”, which would result in more well-rounded graduates. By providing early career support to graduate students, the program cultivates supportive relationships between graduate students and industry, government, and NGO peers to equip students with the skills needed to facilitate their transition to the workforce and prepare future leaders for food and agriculture. Fellows will be co-mentored over the 3-year program by university and industry representatives and engage with their peers in professional development programming both virtually and at the annual one-week residential sessions. 

  • For more information: or view the poster: FFAR_Recruitment2022.PDF


Study Abroad 

Australia’s Export-led Ag Sector  

  • Description: Travel to Australia in an epic three week trip that covers seven ecological zones from beach to outback. Visit farms and stations. Learned about Livestock and crops. Earn upper division credits. 


Events | Career Resources 


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External Events 

International Livestock Forum 

  • Dates: January 11-12, 2022 

  • Description:Colorado State University Department of Animal Sciences and the National Western Stock Show have partnered together to host the 8th annual International Livestock Forum. The 2022 International Livestock Forum will bring together industry leaders, government professionals, and members of academia to discuss domestic and international livestock and food production. Fellows of the 2022 ILF will experience unique tours of some of Colorado’s top agricultural enterprises, behind-the-scenes access to the National Western Stock Show, and a full day of networking and interaction with an impressive lineup of keynote speakers and industry panelists. This is a premiere opportunity to engage in the future of international livestock and food production. 

    • Apply for a travel fellowship award: All undergraduate and graduate students from any university, pursuing a degree in Animal Science or another agricultural field, are eligible to apply for a travel fellowship to the 2022 International Livestock Forum. Up to twenty students will be selected for this fellowship. Apply by November 8th 

  • Contact: 

  • For more information:  


Student Organizations 

International Students Association FriYAY! International Game Hour 

  • Location: Pete’s Game Room (Union Basement) 

  • Time and Dates 4-6pm on Oct 22, Nov 5, Nov 19Dec 3 

  • Description: Meet and have fun with UW International Students 

  • View Poster:  ISA FriYAY Flyer.pdf


Course Offerings 

FDSC 3063: Meat Processing 

  • Time and dates: Spring 2022 Mondays 9-9:50 (Lecture) & 11-1 (Lab) 

  • Description: Students will learn the science behind making jerky, sausage, ham, bacon and various other meat products by manufacturing them in lab. All products made be students will be tasted and evaluated too! 

  • Contact: Dr. McKensie Phillips ( ) 

  • View the poster: FDSC 3063.png

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Academic & Student Programs

College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

University of Wyoming

Department #3354

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071


Room 160 AG C

Phone: (307) 766-4135


1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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