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Saturday U Archive - 2015

Fall 2015 - Gillette, WY

Indirect Responses of Sagebrush-dependent Wildlife to Energy Development in Wyoming - Jeffrey L. Beck, Associate Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming

Survival and Adaptation in the Shortgrass Prairie: The Mid-Continental Steppe Ecosystem - Matthew J. Craig, Biology Faculty, Department of Science, Gillette College

The Cowboy State in a World on the Move: Exploring Contemporary Immigration Issues In Wyoming - Suzan M. Pritchett, Assistant Professor and Director, International Human Rights Clinic, University of Wyoming College of Law

Fall 2015 - Jackson Hole, WY

Climate, Drought and Water in the West - Jacqueline J. Shinker - Associate Professor of Geography,  College of A&S,  University of Wyoming

How the Brain Learns to Communicate and Make Good Decisions:  What Songbirds Can Teach Us about Human Behavior - Jonathan F. Prather - Assistant Professor of Zoology and Physiology, College of A&S, University of Wyoming

Back to the Roots", Let's change the way we eat! - Master Chef Rene Stein - Central Wyoming College Jackson instructor and Executive Chef at the Rose

Summer 2015 - Spear-O Wigwam Mountain Campus (Sheridan, WY)

Arts Activity in Wyoming and Its Impact Bruce Richardson, Senior Lecturer, Department of English, University of Wyoming—Casper

Bridging the gaps between science, management and the public: the record of the UW-NPS Research Center in Grand Teton National Park from 1953 to 2015 - Harold Bergman, Professor of Zoology and Physiology and Director, UW – National Park Service Research Station in Grand Teton National Park

Early Paleo-Indian Lifeways in the High Rockies - Marcel Kornfeld, Professor of Archaeology, University of Wyoming

Spring 2015 - Sheridan, WY

The Descent of Darwin - Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Professor of English, College of A&S, University of Wyoming

"Hello" or "How are the Children?": An African Approach to Social Integration - John Kambutu, Associate Professor of Education, College of Education, University of Wyoming, UW-Casper

The Migrations of Wyoming’s Deer, Elk and Moose: Ecology and Conservation amid Changing Landscapes - Matthew Kaufman, Professor of Zoology and Physiology, College of A&S, University of Wyoming & Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, and U.S. Geological Survey

Spring 2015 - Gillette, WY

Commercial Aspects of Religious Pilgrimage - John D. Mittelstaedt, Professor & Dean, College of Business, University of Wyoming

The Descent of Darwin - Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Professor, English Department, College of A&S, 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, College of A&S & Director, Biodiversity Institute, University of Wyoming

Spring 2015 - Jackson Hole, WY

Immigration Comes Home:  immigration Law and Policy in Wyoming - Noah Novogrodsky - College of Law, University of Wyoming

From the Mysterious to the Mundane: How Conductors Make Music - Michael Griffith, Director of Orchestral Activities, University of Wyoming 

Teaching with Robots: Math and Science - Tonia Dousay, Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of Wyoming

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