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Profiles of University of Wyoming Faculty and Staff


Beth Jones Beth Jones
Beth Jones, an office aide for the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities, takes pride in her work and demonstrates a passion for her community.
Kevin McKinney Kevin McKinney
Recalling more than 50 years of UW athletics.
Rob Cordery- Cotter

Rob Cordery-Cotter
UW researcher’s international experience keys educational efforts on Schmallenberg Virus.

Judy Pfaff UW Eminent Artist-in-Residence

Judy Pfaff - UW Eminent Artist-in-Residence
Pioneer of installation art joins UW faculty for the spring 2013 semester.

Barbara John

Barbara John - Finding Fault: Researching the Earth's Movement
What does Wyoming's Teton fault have in Common with the world's recent major natural disasters?

Mark Jenkins ice-climbing in Ireland

Mark Jenkins
UW writer-in-residence climbs Mt. Everest on assignment for National Geographic.

Microbiology Lab Professor and Student

Outstanding UW Faculty
Student satisfaction with knowledge and instruction of UW faculty ranks significantly higher than the national average.

Keener Fry

Keener Fry
UW Alumni Association welcomes new leadership.

Phyllis Lewis

Phyllis Lewis
UW's Cooperative Extension connects with rural communities.

Bill Flynn

Dr. Francis W. "Bill" Flynn
UW awarded $5 million to continue Neuroscience Research.

Melissa Murphy

Dr. Melissa Murphy
Assistant Professor Melissa Murphy discovers earliest physical evidence of firearms in the Americas.

National Geographic

Dr. Ken Sims
"Scientists descend to a fiery lava lake to protect a Congolese city in its path."

Credit: Carsten Peter/National Geographic

Dr. Hermann Schatzl

Dr. Hermann Schatzl
When Hermann Schatzl could not find a disease he wanted to study in Europe he came to the University of Wyoming.

Dr. Alex Buerkle

Dr. Alex Buerkle
An associate professor of evolutionary genetics, Dr. Buerkle is utilizing the new supercomputer to help with his research.

Dr. Eric Nye

Dr. Eric Nye
An associate professor in the Department of English, Dr. Nye is also an avid climber recently having summited Grand Teton.

Dr. Gracie Lawson-Borders

Dr. Gracie Lawson-Borders
As an associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, her philosophy is that learning by doing is an essential component of growth.

Dr. Mark Clementz

Dr. Mark Clementz
A paleontologist whose research focuses on the ecology of the past, he is part of a long and distinguished history in the field of paleontology at the University.

Dr. Matthew Wilson

Matthew Wilson
An associate professor of law, he draws on 20 years of international experience in a variety of fields and countries.

Dr. Theresa Bogard

Dr. Theresa Bogard
A professor of piano study, she has performed internationally and has had some of her works recorded and released.

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