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Each Saturday U term features lectures from three outstanding University of Wyoming professors. Following the lectures, all three professors will participate in a final roundtable discussion. Participants may attend one, two, three, or all four sessions. No registration is required, and there is no charge.
Saturday U is sponsored by the University of Wyoming Outreach School, the Wyoming Humanities Council and the University of Wyoming Foundation, joined by local supporters. In Jackson, these are Central Wyoming College, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and the Teton County Library Foundation. In Gillette, these include Gillette College and the Campbell County Library. In Sheridan, these includes Sheridan College and the Ucross Foundation. In Rock Springs, these include Western Wyoming Community College
Fall Term 2016 - JUST ANNOUNCED:
September 17, 2016 Sheridan, WY - CHECK BACK FOR DETAILS
October 8, 2016 Jackson. WY - CHECK BACK FOR DETAILS
Spring Term 2016 - COMPLETED:
February 6, 2016 Sheridan, WY - VIDEOS OF PRESENTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
February 11, 2016 Gillette, WY - VIDEOS OF PRESENTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
March 12, 2016 Jackson, WY - VIDEOS OF PRESENTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
NEW LOCATION!!! - APRIL 23, 2016 ROCK SPRINGS, WY - VIDEOS OF PRESENTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
Directions to Sheridan College can be found here.
Directions to the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson can be found here.
Directions to Gillette College can be found here.
Direction to Western Wyoming Community College can be found here.
Directions to Spear-O Wigwam Mountain Campus can be found here.
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The UCROSS Pollination Experiment documentary has been released!
The Ucross-Pollination Experiment follows eight academics as they step beyond their disciplines: blurring the boundaries of science, art, and the humanities. The experiment teamed up four pairs from the fields of art and science in an effort to promote collaboration beyond one's academic specialty. The partners were asked to view the Ucross environment through both their partner's discipline and their own. Over the course of 11 days, each of the pairs produced a collaborative project that was presented to the public at Saturday U.
To view the documentary CLICK HERE!
For more information about the Ucross Pollination Project and its continuing collaborations and theatrical showings, please visit: www.ThinkWY.org/UcrossProject