Deputy Director Academics
Energy Innovation Center Room 343
Coordinator, Student Advising
Energy Innovation Center Room 338
With more than 200 recognized student organizations (RSOs) on campus, students can find one to fit a diverse set of interests and needs. Here are the most popular RSOs with students in the Energy Resource Management and Development program. Visit WyoWeb, click on UW Life tab and Get Involved to join an RSO!
The Energy Resources Club provides UW students with opportunities to explore and expand their knowledge and understanding of energy-based issues. It is open to all students with an interest in energy issues. Past activities include a film festival, field trips to wind farms and power plants, and fun activities such as bowling.
Our goal is to develop students understanding of the Land Manager profession, develop relationships with the University of Wyoming students and the energy industry as we foster a sense of community from both a professional and student perspective.
Promote awareness and discussion of geology-related topics, prepare members for professional careers.
A collective group seeking to further their knowledge in exploration, development, production and midstream segment of the oil, gas, and related industries.
The purpose is to create a supportive body for the growing number of women in engineering and establish current and future contracts within the profession of engineering.
Provide, within policies established by the University of Wyoming, activities, opportunities, and communities for students interested in mathematics.
Develop and maintain a student managed agricultural operation guided by the principles of economic, environmental, and social sustainability.
Our purpose is the promotion of renewable energy, increase awareness of today's energy conversion methods, and education of sustainable energy both on and off campus.
Energy Resource Management and Development students are eligible to join the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Student Chapter housed in the Department of Geology and Geophysics.
The University of Wyoming AAPG Student Chapter offers undergraduate and graduate students exposure to geology and the petroleum industry beyond the classroom.Field trips, lectures, and social events are planned throughout the semester, allowing members to interact with other each other, the professors in the department and professions in the petroleum industry. Dues are paid by Chevron. Visit aapg.org for more information.
This group shall strive to bring awareness and education to the environment and the natural resources that are among our everyday lives.
ROaR! is a venue for students with interest in reclamation and restoration of disturbed lands to help local organizations with projects and to network and gain career skills. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our mission is to foster the science and art of natural resource conservation.
We are the student society for the Wyoming Society of the Society for Range Management.
The purpose is to use the wonders of Wyoming's outdoors to inspire and to develop leaders and entrepreneurs of persuasion who are in business for the common good.
We hope to advance the knowledge of physics, encourage interest in science throughout academic and local communities and introduce students to the professional