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The Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning provides leadership, advocacy, support, faculty development, and instructional services to the teaching and learning community at the University of Wyoming.
ENR programs are designed to allow students to specialize in a specific field while simultaneously exposing them to the thought processes of the many other disciplines that are involved with environmental and natural resource studies.
The Social Justice Research Center (SJRC) at the University of
Wyoming is an interdisciplinary center dedicated to the generation of
scholarship connected to addressing practical and theoretical questions
arising from the pursuit of social justice.
The Summer Research Apprentice Program (SRAP) is an intensive, seven week, paid summer research program held at the University of Wyoming. Students that have completed their sophomore year of high school by the time the summer program starts, and/or those that are current high school juniors and seniors are eligible.
Wyoming Ag in the Classroom (WAIC)
The Wyoming Agriculture In the Classroom (WAIC) program is supported by the Wyoming Department of Agriculture, the Wyoming Beef Council and private donations and grants. WAIC sponsors projects for teachers and students in an effort to increase their understanding of agriculture's impact in today's world. WAIC offers teacher training, student educational materials, resource materials and summer workshops designed to offer a variety of educational opportunities for Wyoming schools.
Wyoming EPSCoR Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research
Wyoming EPSCoR is a partnership combining resources and management from the State of Wyoming, the University of Wyoming, and the participating Federal agencies of the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the Environmental Protection Agency, and NASA.
The goal of the WGA is to improve geography education in Wyoming. The WGA provides professional development programs for teachers, publishes a newsletter, distributes teaching materials, acts as a clearinghouse for curriculum materials and organizes National Geography Awareness Week in Wyoming.
WyGISC is an interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Wyoming focused on research and development, education, and outreach associated with geospatial data representation, access, visualization, analysis and modeling.
Wyoming Space Grant sponsors educational and research programs in the state of Wyoming in support of NASA's missions. We also serve as a link between citizens of the state and NASA programs. The NASA Space Grant College and Fellowship Program was established in 1989 for the purpose of stimulating educational programs and research related to aerospace sciences and technology.
The WCTM is a voice that speaks out on behalf of mathematics teachers and students. WCTM provides leadership, grant opportunities, and the latest news on professional development.
The Wyoming School-University Partnership brings together K-12 teachers, administrators and faculty from the University of Wyoming College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences and other stakeholders in the education of children and their teachers to study and promote the role of public education in preparing students for life and work in a democracy.
The WSTA serves as a voice for the science teaching community, playing a leadership role, building networks of educators, and providing opportunities for professional growth