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Facilities and Resources
A new building on campus focused on research and education around biodiversity conservation. Houses the Program in Ecology administrative offices.
A new facility in the Berry Center which is built specifically for the initial processing of field samples, such as sieving, weighing, etc. Available to PiE faculty, affiliates, post-docs, students and other field researchers.
The Jackson Ecology library is a free resource for students and faculty across the UW campus, providing books and DVDs surrounding biodiversity and ecology available for loan. The Library is made possible by the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center and the Program in Ecology.
An undergraduate and graduate program focused on interdisciplinary student of abiotic components of the environment.
Research program studying relationships between grassland ecosystems and elevated carbon dioxide levels.
A collection of hundreds of thousands of flora, grasses, shrubs, etc. found in the Rocky Mountain region.
A research-based entity seeking to advance effective decision-making on environmental and natural resource issues through research, policy analysis, education, process support, and outreach.
A graduate program in the College of Education for students seeking to teach in the science or math fields.
A UW program connecting scientists with K-12 teachers and students to improve science education in the classrooms.
A core facility housed in the Berry Center that provides sequencing services, equipment, and expertise for the study of biological diversity at the molecular genetic level. Focuses on DNA, proteins, lipids, etc.
A hands-on teaching facility housed in the Berry Center for University of Wyoming students, post-docs and faculty to investigate isotopic properties of biological materials.
Provides lodging, lab space, transportation and equipment to researchers in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
An interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Wyoming focused on the development of geospatial information and technologies and their applications in science, education, government and business.
A service and research unit of the University of Wyoming that maintains a comprehensive database on the distribution and ecology of rare plants, rare animals, and important plant communities in Wyoming.