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Listening to Nature: An evening of artwork and readings at UW

October 26, 2012

The second annual “Listening to Nature” program will showcase works from scientists, artists and writers reflecting on human perceptions of the natural world on Friday, November 9, at the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center on the University of Wyoming campus. The evening begins with a reception at 5:15 p.m. in the lobby, followed...

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Listening to Nature: An evening of artwork and readings at UW

The second annual “Listening to Nature” program will showcase works from scientists, artists and writers reflecting on human perceptions of the natural world...

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Brian Leung to Visit Campus

Acclaimed author Brian Leung will be visiting UW on October 24 and 25, 2012. The main event of his visit will be a presentation at on October 25 at 5:00 pm...

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UW Department of Art, UW MFA Program in Creative Writing, and Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts Sponsor “Brush Creek Presents”

The University of Wyoming’s Department of Art, the MFA program in Creative Writing, and Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts are pleased to present “Brush...

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Acclaimed Poet to Read His Work at Night Heron Books Sept. 22

Award-winning poet CAConrad will read from his work at 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at Night Heron Books, located at 107 E. Ivinson St.

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Maggie Nelson first UW Fall Semester Eminent Writer in Residence

Acclaimed nonfiction writer, poet and critic Maggie Nelson is the first Eminent Writer in Residence for the fall semester at the University of Wyoming.

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Graduate student proposal accepted

MFA Graduate Student Chelsea Biondolillo has had her panel proposal 'The Art and Craft of Short-form Nonfiction' accepted for inclusion in AWP's 2013...

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UW Writer-in-Residence Reaches Summit of Everest

Twenty-six years after he unsuccessfully attempted to climb Mount Everest as a graduate student at the University of Wyoming, Mark Jenkins has reached the...

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UW Writer-in-Residence Departs for Everest Expedition

The last time Mark Jenkins tried to climb Mount Everest, he was pursuing a master’s degree in geography at the University of Wyoming. He was unable to reach...

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Katie Boom’s “Sideshow America” at UW’s Gallery 234

Katie Boom’s exhibition, "Sideshow America," can be seen through Wednesday, April 25, in Gallery 234, Room 004, in the lower level of the University of...

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UW Graduate Award Recipients Announced

The University of Wyoming Graduate Council has selected this year's graduate award winners.

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UW-Sponsored Poetry Reading Honors the Memory of Craig Arnold

Poet Rebecca Lindenberg will read from her first book Monday, April 2, at Second Story Books. Her collection is dedicated to the memory of University of...

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UW MFA Creative Writing Program Announces 2012-2013 Eminent Writers in Residence Maggie Nelson and Mark Nowak

The MFA program in Creative Writing will host two Eminent Writers in Residence, Maggie Nelson and Mark Nowak, at the University of Wyoming during the...

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D’Agata Latest UW MFA Creative Writing Eminent Writer in Residence

Acclaimed author John D’Agata is this semester’s first Eminent Writer in Residence in the University of Wyoming MFA Program in Creative Writing.

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National Geographic’s Mark Jenkins to Present Cambodian Landmines Photos

Acclaimed author and National Geographic field staff writer Mark Jenkins will give his photo-illustrated presentation of the devastation and suffering caused...

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Jeff Lockwood interviewed by Radiolab on Killer Empathy

Sometimes being a good scientist requires putting aside your emotions. But what happens when objectivity isn't enough to make sense of a seemingly senseless...

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UW Writer in Residence Receives European Literary Award

Rattawut Lapcharoensap, University of Wyoming MFA Program in Creative Writing Eminent Writer in Residence, is the recipient of a major five-year European...


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