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Wyoming Hall 453
Laramie, WY 82071
The University of Wyoming is collaborating together for and on behalf of the University of Colorado Denver for the project “E-Learning Communities for Academic Language Learning in Math and Science” (ECALLMS). Main goals include: English language acquisition, language enhancement, and academic achievement program for limited English proficient children.
Wyoming's Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) is a program funded by the National Science Foundation to stimulate an interactive education research facility.
The Wyoming Science and Mathematics Teacher Training Program is comprised of several different University of Wyoming Colleges and is a Noyce, Phase 1 collaboration. This program was designed to meet the need of secondary physics, chemistry, Earth science, and mathematics teachers in Wyoming.
The program "Using Gaming to Improve Computational Thinking" targets middle and junior high school students to implement different tactics in order to broaden their computational thinking. These tactics include gaming and simulation design to increase student’s motivation to become part of the computer science career field.
Building Capacity is a program funded by the Halliburton Foundation, Inc based out of Houston, TX. This fund supports the University of Wyoming State Science Fair in order to support Wyoming’s youth in furthering their knowledge in the science fields and support their success.
For more information on any of the mentioned projects, please contact us!