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Spring Saturday University Events-Postponed

Providing a healthy and safe environment is our top priority. In response to concerns regarding the novel coronavirus COVID-19, all Spring Saturday U events have been postponed. Future details will be posted soon. To contact our Office please call 766-5202 or email engage@uwyo.edu.

New Director-Kent Drummond

Saturday U is pleased to announce that Dr. Kent Drummond, UW professor of English, has been named as the new director for UW’s Saturday University Program. You’ll recall that Dr. Paul Flesher, professor of Religious Studies and director of the American Heritage Center, stepped down from this role in 2019. We look forward to continuing Saturday University under Kent’s leadership under the auspices of the Office of Engagement and Outreach.

You can view a conversation between Kent and Paul on the UW YouTube channel regarding the past and future of Saturday University. 

See our FaceBook page for more details and view Kent's 2012 Saturday University Program in Jackson on our YouTube Channel.

 


 

Saturday University

ABOUT SATURDAY U


Enjoy three intriguing lectures delivered by professors from the University of Wyoming and Wyoming’s community colleges. During the fall and spring terms, Saturday University visits locations throughout  Wyoming discussing today’s most captivating topics. Saturday U events are FREE and all are welcome. 

We’ll see you at the next Saturday U!

 

SPRING 2020 EVENTS


March 28th-Cody-Cancelled

Buffalo Bill Center of the West-Coe Auditorium

Doors open Saturday at 8:30 am for coffee and donuts

9:00 am ♦ The Visual Propaganda of Women’s Suffrage: Legacies in Wyoming,
New Zealand and Australia
Colleen Denney, Ph.D.,Professor of Art History and Gender and Women's Studies, UW

10:00 am ♦ The Armed Man: A Figure in Mexican Cultural Politics
Nicholas Crane, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geography and International Studies, UW

11:00 am ♦ Fragmenting Habitats and Human-Elephant Conflicts in Coimbatore,
Tamil Nadu, India
Ramesh Sivanpillai, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center

Download the Cody poster.

January 23rd-Pinedale

Sublette County Public Library-Lovatt Room

Doors open Thursday at 5:30 pm for a free, light dinner and snacks. 

6:00 pm ♦ The Coming Energy Transition: Implications for Wyoming and the Globe-Mark Northam, Executive Director, School of Energy Resources

6:50 pm ♦ Technological Challenges and Opportunities for Wyoming: Ongoing Projects Advance by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources- Scott Quillinan, Geologist and Director of Research, School of Energy Resources

7:40 pm ♦ What SER's New Policy Center is Doing to Help the State of Wyoming- Kipp Coddingtion, Director of Energy Policy & Economics, School of Energy Resources

Download the Pinedale poster.

January 25th-Rock Springs

Western Wyoming College-Room 1302

Doors open at 8:30 am for coffee and donuts. 

9:00 am ♦ The Coming Energy Transition: Implications for Wyoming and the Globe-Mark Northam, Executive Director, School of Energy Resources

10:00 am ♦ Technological Challenges and Opportunities for Wyoming: Ongoing Projects Advance by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources- Scott Quillinan, Geologist and Director of Research, School of Energy Resources

11:00 am ♦ What SER's New Policy Center is Doing to Help the State of Wyoming- Kipp Coddingtion, Director of Energy Policy & Economics, School of Energy Resources

Download the Rock Springs poster.

 

April 16 & 18 - Gillette/Sheridan-Postponed

Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Focus

 

FALL 2019 EVENTS


October 19 Jackson:

Doors open at 8:30 am for coffee and donuts. 

9:00 am ♦ College in Prison: Transforming the Lives of Incarcerated Wyomingites- Susan Dewey, Professor of Gender & Women's Studies/Associate Director, School of Culture, Gender & Social Justice, University of Wyoming

10:00 am ♦ "Fake news! Fake news!" What is it? Why do we fall for it? What can we do about it?- Kristen Landreville, Associate Professor of Communications and Journalism, University of Wyoming

11:00 am ♦ Energy Transitions and Legacies: The Changing Structure of Wyoming's Energy Portfolio and Its Policy Implications- Roger Coupal, Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wyoming

You can download the poster. 

PARTNERS


Saturday University is sponsored by the University of Wyoming, Wyoming community colleges, and Wyoming communities.

Cody: Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Gillette: Campbell County Library and Gillette College
Jackson: Central Wyoming College, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, IC21, and the Teton County Library Foundation
Pinedale: Sublette County BOCES, Sublette County Library 
Rock Springs: Western Wyoming Community College
Sheridan: Sheridan College


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Saturday University is appreciative of all gifts. For questions, please contact the UW Foundation at 307-766-6300 or foundation@uwyo.edu.

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Saturday University Archive

Revisit a previous lecture you attended, learn about a topic that you missed, or just see what we're all about!


2019 Events

2018 Events

2017 Events

2016 Events

2015 Events

2014 Events

2013 Events

2012 Events

2011 Events

2010 Events

2009 Events

 

 

Saturday University now has its own YouTube channel where you can easily find and watch its past talks!

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