University of Wyoming Foundation
2015 UW Foundation Endowment and Facilities Report
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The University of Wyoming is dedicated to ensuring that its students have what they need to become successful in their lives and careers. Your enthusiasm and generosity are invaluable contributions, for which we thank you deeply, and together we achieve UW’s missions in education, research, and service. In FY 2015, private giving totaled $46.1 million, bringing the ﬁve-year fundraising average to $47.1 million. Because of your support, there are now more than 1,300 endowments that support students, faculty, colleges, and programs across campus and beyond.
Endowment and Facilities Report Videos
Archived Endowment Reports
All documents in pdf format.
Helping to Ensure the Future of Ranching in Wyoming
Dr. Todd Cornish discusses the impact of the Riverbend Ranch endowment and how the generosity of private giving has impacted the lives of ranchers, livestock, wildlife, and sportsmen throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.
The Continuing Legacy of Mel Cox
Dance Science majors Katherine Schulz and Jessie Mays join Professor of Ballet Marsha Fay Knight to discuss the impact of donor Mel Cox and the impact donors have on the dance program at UW.
The Hearst Scholars Award
Business Administration major, Raleah Cisneros, explains how the Hearst Scholars award has impacted her career and discusses the importance of applying for scholarships.
The Mike Volpi & Toni Cupal Electrical Engineering Senior Design Fund
Dr. Dave Whitman discusses the Senior Design program in the Department of Electrical Engineering, and how the Volpi/Cupal Electrical Engineering Design Fund has helped bring stability to the program.
The Eldon and Beverly Spicer Chair in Collaborative Process
Join Endowed Chair Steve Smutko and philanthropists Tom and Deb Spicer as they explain the importance of the Ruckelshaus Institute Spicer Chair for Collaborative Process in the Haub School for Environment and Natural Resources, and the influential impact it has had on the State of Wyoming.