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Veteran Students|School of Energy Resources

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Dr. Don Roth
Deputy Director
Academics
Energy Innovation Center Room 343
Phone: 307-766-6816
Email: rothdon@uwyo.edu
Pam Henderson
Coordinator, Student Advising
Energy Innovation Center Room 338
Phone: 307-766-6879
Email: pamelah@uwyo.edu
Mailing Address
School of Energy Resources
Dept. 3012
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Fax: 307-766-6701
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Welcome Veterans

The University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources thanks you for your service!

Military Times Edge ranks the University of Wyoming in the top 20 colleges and universities on its list of the best schools for veterans. Consider your future at UW and the opportunities that await you in the energy industry!

Admissions

Check the admissions requirements and application processes.

Veterans Services

Numerous resources are available to help you make a smooth transition from active duty to the University of Wyoming.

Scholarships and Fellowships

The School of Energy Resources offers research opportunities for undergraduates through our fellowship programs.

Scholarships available to veterans include the Osher Reentry Scholarship and the Pat Tillman Foundation Scholarship.

Veterans Services Center

The Veterans Services Center provides veterans a place of their own to study or socialize.

Wounded Warriors

University Disability Support Services stands ready to assist veterans with disabilities who are entering, returning to, or currently attending UW.

Acquire Skills Energy Companies Demand

As global energy issues increase in complexity there is an increasing demand for professionals with a multidisciplinary background in engineering, geology or economics.

These professionals are able to understand and draw on the expertise of engineers and other energy scientists and are also able to understand the business, legal, and public policy implications of a given project. They act as the hub of the wheel, creating comprehensive solutions.

The Energy Resource Management and Developmentt program is designed to fill this need. Through a combination of rigorous academic training, hands-on scenarios, and real-world internships, students are prepared for the essential roles in the future energy arena.

Request a brochure to learn more about the Energy Resource Management and Development program.


















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