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UW Podcast Examines Climate Change, Historic Wool Laboratory

February 22, 2016
old fashioned photo of two men in ties and a sheep standing in front of an old board building
John Hill, left, who brought the University of Wyoming to international prominence in the wool industry, will be the topic of a segment on this week’s podcast, “The University of Wyoming Today.” (American Heritage Center Photo)

Two distinguished professors will discuss legal and international developments involving climate change on this week’s UW podcast, “The University of Wyoming Today.”

In other segments, an agricultural historian will explain Wyoming’s legacy as a world leader in the wool industry, and you’ll hear about a conference that will bring the region’s outstanding engineering students to UW.

To listen to the podcasts, go to www.uwyo.edu/uw/news/podcast/index.html or click on the link provided in the left-column navigation on the UW News home page. You can listen to the podcasts by clicking the link on the page, or subscribe to the RSS feed, which will deliver the podcast link to you via email each week. You also can click on the iTunes link and listen to or subscribe to the podcast there.

New podcasts are scheduled weekly and will be updated with new episodes every Thursday.


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