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May 15, 2015 — Two of the most distinguished members of the UW Civil & Architectural Engineering faculty are retiring.
May 7, 2015 — It’s a question that Brenna Doherty gets asked quite often. She’s used to it and doesn’t mind answering, but some have a hard time believing it.
May 11, 2015 — The University of Wyoming and Baker Hughes Inc., a global oil field services company, today (Monday) announced a $1 million grant to support research that will help ensure the future of Wyoming’s economy.
May 5, 2015 — The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) awarded the UW ASCE student chapter with a Letter of Recognition for Community Service.
May 5, 2015 — University of Wyoming faculty members who are interested in using the National Center for Atmospheric Science (NCAR)-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC) in Cheyenne for their computational research this coming year have until Monday, May 25, to submit an online application to request a large core-hour allocation on the powerful machine.
April 29, 2015 — The University of Wyoming's architectural engineering program is asking for your help to fund an educational trip overseas this summer.
April 29, 2015 — The Wyoming Engineering Society (WES) has selected University of Wyoming civil engineering senior Jakob Sumearll of Fort Collins, Colo., as the state’s Student Engineer of the Year.
April 25, 2015 — A team of University of Wyoming Architectural Engineering students designed an innovative housing scheme for the Dencity Competition 2015 organized by Shelter magazine.
April 27, 2015 — A nationwide push to build energy-efficient homes spurred a group of University of Wyoming students to compete in a house-design challenge, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.
April 20, 2015 — Native of North Dakota, Ben Pelton, has been named JEC Outstanding Senior.
April 15, 2015 — Professor John W. Pierre was given the Distinguished Faculty Graduate Mentorship Award, announced Wednesday by the University of Wyoming, Office of Academic Affairs and the Graduate Council.
April 2, 2015 — A University of Wyoming researcher directed a study that suggests that, when brains are organized into modules, they are better at learning new information without forgetting prior knowledge.