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Saturday U archives - 2013

Fall 2013 - Gillette

Buffalo Bill’s Legacy: Finding the West and Westerners in Contemporary Italy

Renee Laegreid, Department of History, University of Wyoming

Superheroic Science

Mike Brotherton, Astronomy Department, University of Wyoming 

Obamacare: The Sound and the Fury and the Economics

Dr. Anne Alexander, Director, International Programs, University of Wyoming


Fall 2013 - Jackson

Skin Remembers: Taxidermy as Material and Living Memory

Dr. John Dorst, American Studies Program, University of Wyoming

Burying the Dead: When the State Says No

Dr. Ruth Toulson, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Wyoming

Snow Monitoring: Listening for Avalanches

Dr. Jerry Hamann, Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Wyoming 

Spring 2013 - Gillette

What Is a Cuisine?

John Dorst, Professor of American Studies, University of Wyoming


The Science Behind Heritage Food

Rhoda Schantz, Associate Professor of Food Science and Human Nutrition and Director, Didactic Program in Dietetics, University of Wyoming

Inseparable Ingredients:  Food and Music

David Romtvedt, Former Poet Laureate of Wyoming and Professor of English, University of Wyoming

Spring 2013 - Sheridan

Give Me Austerity & Fiscal Discipline, But Not Yet

Klaas Van 't Veld, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Wyoming

Jekyll and Hyde: Science and Scandal

Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Professor and Chair, English Department, University of Wyoming

Biodiversity Inside and Out: A Look at Life’s Richness from Wyoming’s Perspective

Carlos Martínez del Rio, Professor, Department of Zoology and Physiology. Director, Biodiversity Institute, University of Wyoming


Summer 2013 - Sheridan

Living with Elephants and Lions: Humans and Wildlife on the Kenyan Landscape

Jake Goheen, Associate Professor Departments of Zoology & Physiology and Botany, University of Wyoming

Pines and Crossbill Birds: Evolving together into new species

Craig Benkman, Professor and Berry Chair, Department of Zoology & Physiology, University of Wyoming

Carbon Credits on the Range and in the Forest: Does it Matter?

Indy Burke, WY Excellence Chair, Director of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources


Winter 2013 - Gillette

The Scientific Revolution: From Alchemy to Chemistry

Susanna Goodin, Associate Professor of Philosophy.  Chair, Philosophy Department, University of Wyoming

Writing the Unwritten Language

Jessica Boynton, English Department.  Director of Tutoring, Gillette College

Fracking Pennsylvania Shale: Environmental, Economic and Social Lessons

Timothy J. Considine, Professor of Economics & Finance.  Director, Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming


Winter 2013 - Jackson

The Black 14 Incident:  A Defining Moment in the History of the University of Wyoming and Its Intercollegiate Football Program

Jerry Parkinson, William T. Schwartz Professor and Former Dean, University of Wyoming College of Law

Energy, Climate and Hydrogen

Bruce A. Parkinson, J. E. Warren Professor of Energy and Environment, Department of Chemistry and the School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming

Marginal Mormons: Race and Religious Identity in the Nineteenth-Century Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

 Quincy Newell, Associate Professor, Religious Studies Program, University of Wyomin

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