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The Consumer Issues Conference is an ongoing interdisciplinary project under the auspices of several University of Wyoming Colleges, including Law, Agriculture and Business.  It is designed to focus on public policy issues affecting consumers and the consumer marketplace, and to inspire people to be active in bringing about change in the legal and market environment.  The conference is the result of the hard work of the planning committee, listed below.  Feel free to contact us.  This year’s conference, Pills, Potions and Profits, is the 11th conference in the series.  A list of past conferences, and links to their websites, if available, is also included below.  The conference does not have its own staff, and so we also rely on the assistance of the staff at the sponsoring colleges, for which the planning committee is very grateful.

The Planning Committee

Dee Pridgen, College of Law
University of Wyoming, Carl M. Williams Professor of Law and Social Responsibility, CoChair
Virginia Vincenti, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
University of Wyoming, Professor, CoChair
Cole Ehmke, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics
University of Wyoming, Extension Specialist in Personal Finance and Agricultural Entrepreneurship
Laurel Kubin, Larimer County Cooperative Extension
Colorado State University, Director
Kem Krueger, School of Pharmacy
University of Wyoming, Professor
Elizabeth Goudey, Esq., Students' Attorney Office
University of Wyoming, ASUW Students' Attorney
Terri Rittenburg, College of Business
University of Wyoming, Associate Professor Department of Management and Marketing
Trena T. Anastasia Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center (WYSAC)
University of Wyoming, Assistant Research Scientist,
  

Past Conferences

Unlocking the Digital Marketplace: Legal and Ethical Issues (2010)
Food Safety, Security and Sources (2009)
Focus on Energy and Telecommunications (2008)
Money Matters (2007)
Home on the Range (2006)
Consumer Activism: Health Issues (2005)
Cars and Consumers (2003)
Credit Cards Marketed to Youth and Privacy Rights (2002)
 Addressing Consumer Fraud (2001)
Rental Housing Inspection (1999)


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