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Saturday U Events 2019

Spring 2019 - Cody, WY

The Three Most Important Buildings in the World: The Parthenon, the Dome of the Rock and Hagia Sophia - Dr. Naomi Pitamber, Department of Visual and Literary Arts, University of Wyoming

Ritual and Political Structure in the Andes of Ancient Peru - Dr. Jason Toohey, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Director of the George C. Frison Institute
of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Wyoming

Stealing Culture: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Museums -Darrell D. Jackson, Professor of Law, University of Wyoming and Nicole M. Crawford, Chief Curator, UW Art Museum, University of Wyoming

 

Spring 2019 - Gillette, WY

Why Carbon Capture is Important for Wyoming’s Economic Future: A Climate Policy Overview- Kipp Coddington, Director of Energy Policy & Economics, School of Energy Resources (SER), University of Wyoming

The Science of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS):Wyoming Case Studies and Wyoming CarbonSAFE - Scott Quillinan, Geologist and Director of Research, School of Energy Resources, UW Fred McLaughlin, Ph.D., P.G. Manager & Senior Research Scientist, Center for Economic Geology Research,School of Energy Resources, UW

Carbon Capture and Communities: The Role of Social License - Jessica Western, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Human Dimensions in Natural Resources; Director, Collaboration Program in Natural Resources; Ruckelshaus Institute, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, UW

 

Spring 2019- Green River, WY
 
Wednesday Opening reception

John Wesley Powell & the Future of the Colorado -Castastropolis? - Dan McCool, Department of
Political Science, University of Utah

Thursday Evening program

An Introduction to SCREE—The Sesquicentennial Colorado River Exploring Expedition. - Thomas Minckley, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Wyoming

John Wesley Powell & the Colorado River Basin's Past, Present, and Future. - Panel of experts from universities in Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado

 

Spring 2019 - Jackson, WY-Cancelled rescheduled for Fall 2019

College in Prison: Transforming the Lives of Incarcerated Wyomingites - Susan C. Dewey, Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies/Associate Director, School of Culture, Gender, & Social Justice,
University of Wyoming

“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

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

 

Spring 2019 - Rocksprings, WY

The Three Most Important Buildings in the World: The Parthenon, the Dome of the Rock and Hagia Sophia - Dr. Naomi Pitamber, Department of Visual and Literary Arts, University of Wyoming

Dr. Feelgood or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the FDA - Dr. Randal Goff, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Western Wyoming College

Ritual and Political Structure in the Andes of Ancient Peru - Dr. Jason Toohey, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Director of the George C. Frison Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Wyoming

 

Spring 2019 - Sheridan, WY

Why Carbon Capture is Important for Wyoming’s Economic Future: A Climate Policy Overview- Kipp Coddington, Director of Energy Policy & Economics, School of Energy Resources (SER), University of Wyoming

The Science of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS):Wyoming Case Studies and Wyoming CarbonSAFE - Scott Quillinan, Geologist and Director of Research, School of Energy Resources, UW Fred McLaughlin, Ph.D., P.G. Manager & Senior Research Scientist, Center for Economic Geology Research,School of Energy Resources, UW

Carbon Capture and Communities: The Role of Social License - Jessica Western, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Human Dimensions in Natural Resources; Director, Collaboration Program in Natural Resources; Ruckelshaus Institute, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, UW

 

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