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Dept. 3226, Bureau of Mines

Laramie, WY 82071


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Abilities celebrates and promotes disability awareness on the UW campus, as well as educates and advocate for rights and access. The purpose of Abilities is to create an accepting community amongst students to appreciate abilities and diversity of UW.
ADA accessibility
Achieving Accessibility
From buildings to websites, explore UW’s latest efforts to improve accessibility for persons with disabilities. 
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University of Wyoming students put in more than 185,000 volunteer hours every year with local nonprofits, including the annual Sigma Chi Derby Days, which is hosted by the UW Chapter of Sigma Chi to raise money for the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI).
Students Volunteering
UW students volunteer thousands of hours each year in service to communities in Wyoming and throughout the world.
Person riding a horse
UW is home to three riding teams that offer students the opportunity to compete in rodeo, ranch horse, hunter seat equitation and Western horsemanship.
Students hanging out on campus
Engineering Summer Program Introduces High School Students to UW and the Field.
Rendezvous tour group in front of UW tour bus
Every study abroad experience is different. Short-term faculty-led trips last from three to six weeks during school breaks. There are even weeklong service trips during spring and winter breaks. These trips are planned by UW faculty and take place outside of traditional classrooms.
Rendezvous tour group in front of UW tour bus
To introduce new faculty and staff members to the state and people the university serves, the UW Office of the President began supporting the Wyoming Rendezvous Tour 16 years ago.
Jack-o-Lantern in front of UW Pride Flag
The Wyoming Union teams up with student groups to welcome Laramie children to the campus for safe trick-or-treating and fun activities.
Students Dancing during the Celebrate Nepal Event
The Friends of Nepal group at the University of Wyoming helps Nepali students share their culture with the community.
College Colors Day 2014
College Colors Day 2014
Support UW in the College Colors Day Spirit Cup.
Cowboy Kickoff 2014
Cowboy Kickoff 2014
UW invites students and the community to the inaugural Cowboy Kickoff concert and pep rally featuring country star Craig Morgan.
Steamboat horse
The Daddy of ’em All
This year, Wyoming’s famous bronc Steamboat celebrates a big anniversary, and Cheyenne Frontier Days enters its 118th year of top rodeo action and live entertainment. 
UW's Economic Footprint
A new study explores the University of Wyoming’s economic footprint on the state of Wyoming.
Getting Involved Feature. Engineering Programs Getting Involved
Engineering students benefit from participating in more than two dozen engineering groups on campus.
A Focus on Children A Focus on Children
UW's Early Care and Education Center serves a dual mission, helping young children thrive and educating the next generation of teachers.
Playing with Robotics Playing with Robots
UW professors welcomes Laramie’s middle and high school students to play with robots and learn math, science and programming in the process.
UW Conference Center Step Inside the UW Conference Center
Find out what the UW Conference Center has to offer—from weddings to business conferences.
Planting trees Community Service Day
Members of the University of Wyoming community plan to show their appreciation for the Laramie community with service projects.
Mandala sand painting A Sacred Art
The Tibetan Monks came to visit UW for a week long stay in the Wyoming Union. Students and staff watched as the sacred art of Mandela sand paintings were created.
Lanterns at a Diwali Festival

2012 Diwali Night
Diwali, otherwise known as India's festival of lights, a celebration of new beginnings.

Football game entrance

UW Homecoming
UW Pride, Homecoming October 11-13.

UW music student plays the piano in concert

UW Cultural Events
Through music, dance and theatre, UW offers many opportunities for cultural enrichment.

Associate professor Roger Steeve demonstrates the use of the Articulograph, an instrument that measures 3D movement of oral structures for speech, such as the jaw, tongue and soft palate, in the University of Wyoming’s Speech Science Laboratory

Look - Listen - Learn
UW Division of Communication Disorders trains students for crucial careers in health care,

Bison Run Apartment Village

Bison Run Village Apartments
New UW Bison Run Village Apartments improves student housing options.

Anne Sylvester

EPSCoR $20 Million Hydrology Grant
Wyoming EPSCoR receives biggest-ever research grant to study water from the National Science Foundation.

Arapaho Ranch Photo

WCC Constructs Symbol of Collaboration
WCC constructs symbol of the collaboration between UW and the Wind River Tribal College on the Arapaho Ranch.

Professor works with student in lab

Doorway to Nepal: UW's Strategic International Partnerships
UW's strategic international partnership, with Nepal, began with a knock at the door.

NWSC in Cheyenne

NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center
NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center, putting UW on the cutting edge of scientific research.

The Mikado

Snowy Range Summer Theatre
UW's Snowy Range Summer Theatre brings renowned cultural experiences to the Cowboy state.


Saturday University
Originating in Jackson, WY, UW's Saturday University expands to provide state-wide learning opportunities.

Spider-Man poses with Stan Lee, photo courtesy of UW American Heritage Center

American Heritage Center Archives
Spider-Man lives in Wyoming -- at UW's American Heritage Center.

Noah Hull works on undergraduate research project

2012 Wyoming Undergraduate Research Day
Wyoming Undergraduate Research Day recognizes exceptional undergraduate student research.

Tim Wise, 2012 keynote speaker at the Shepard Symposium on social Justice

Shepard Symposium on Social Justice
Anti-racist essayist to kick off 2012 annual Shepard Symposium on Social Justice.

Beth Remmingtom displaying her blue fingers after showing students in Saratoga about print making

UW Art OutreachTo share the fine and performing arts, UW travels all over the expansive Cowboy State.

Nathan Storey in the UW Greenhouse

Wyoming Technology Business Center (WTBC)>
The Wyoming Technology Business Center bolsters the state's economy by transforming small business ideas into successful companies.

Inside the front entry to the Coe Library

UW Libraries
UW Libraries pursues membership in the Great Western Library Alliance, a hallmark of quality for research collections.

Outside of the new Visual Arts Center

UW Capital Facilities
Capital facilities investments transform the University of Wyoming and enrich the state.

Liz Byrd in her second grade class

Harriet Elizabeth "Liz" Byrd
To recognize her contributions as an educator and a legislator, UW has created the Harriet Elizabeth "Liz" Byrd Speaker Series.


Vertical Dance at Vedauwoo
UW Fine Arts presents Vertical Dance at nationally known Vedauwoo.

College of Business Conference Room

Natural Resources and Policy Initiative
UW engages energy industry to prepare students with skills critical to the region.


A world class climbing destination, Vedauwoo -pronounced vee-da-voo is located just eleven miles east of Laramie.

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