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2020 Releases


New Analysis Finds Opportunities for Carbon Capture, Storage

July 8, 2020 — The Great Plains Institute (GPI) and the University of Wyoming’s Jeffrey Brown explore the planning of carbon dioxide transportation networks on a regional scale in a new analysis.

New UW College of Engineering Course Examines Vaccine Manufacturing

July 8, 2020 — Stages of vaccine production from discovery to commercialization are the focus of a new University of Wyoming Department of Chemical Engineering elective course, titled “Vaccine Manufacturing.”

UW’s Construction Management Program Receives Grant for Workforce Training

July 8, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science’s Construction Management Program has received a $452,522 grant that will help support construction training in Wyoming.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester Dean's and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls: Nonresident

July 7, 2020 — The University of Wyoming lists the following nonresident students on the 2020 spring semester academic Dean's and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls: Resident

July 7, 2020 — The University of Wyoming lists the following students from Wyoming on the 2020 spring semester academic Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls.

woman checking the ears of another woman UW Speech, Hearing Clinic Reopens to New Safety Restrictions and Appreciative Patients

July 7, 2020 — As the University of Wyoming plans to welcome back students to campus this fall, a top priority for the university’s restart is the health and safety of students, staff and faculty.

Ed Seidel, Jeff Linder and Barbara Sessions ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration July 21 in Afton

July 7, 2020 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Tuesday, July 21, in Star Valley.

Deana Maul and Marquita McNees Campbell, Carbon County 4-H Volunteers Receive Excellence Honors

July 6, 2020 — Dedicating their head, heart, hands and health (4-H), Deana Maul, of Campbell County, and Marquita McNees, of Carbon County, have received 4-H Salute to Excellence Awards.

head portrait of a woman UW College of Education Steps Up to Support Online Learning During COVID-19

July 6, 2020 — When the University of Wyoming, colleges and K-12 schools across the country transitioned to online instruction last spring, the UW College of Education stepped up to support its instructors, students and the larger K-12 state community.

UW Residence Halls Move-In Day Will Follow Staggered Schedule

July 6, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Residence Life and Dining Services Move-In Day for new and returning students attending classes on campus this fall will follow a staggered schedule to reduce large crowds and to allow for physical distancing.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester President’s Honor Roll: Nonresident

July 2, 2020 — The University of Wyoming lists the following nonresident students on the 2020 spring semester President’s Honor Roll.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester President’s Honor Roll: Resident

July 2, 2020 — The University of Wyoming lists the following students from Wyoming on the 2020 spring semester President’s Honor Roll.

man in judge's robes UW College of Law Postpones Visit by U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch

July 2, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Law has postponed the campus visit of United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch amid the public health situation concerning the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

Wyoming Business Tips for July 6-12

July 2, 2020 — A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

UW College of Business Introduces Major, Minor in Professional Sales

July 1, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Business will launch this fall a Bachelor of Science in business degree with a major in professional sales, and a business minor in professional and technical selling.

UW Parking Permits Available for Students Today

July 1, 2020 — University of Wyoming parking permits for 2020-21 are available for purchase online at www.uwyo.edu/tps beginning today, July 1.

Entrepreneurial Winners Selected for Virtual Wind River Startup Challenge

June 30, 2020 — Seed funding from the inaugural Wind River Startup Challenge (WRSC) will help five new businesses launch a series of ventures that will contribute to the economy of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Fremont County and Wyoming.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester Graduates: Nonresident

June 30, 2020 — The University of Wyoming accorded degrees upon the following nonresident students at the completion of the 2020 spring semester.

David Bagley and David Mukai Bagley, Mukai Named Interim UW College of Engineering and Applied Science Associate Deans

June 29, 2020 — David Bagley and David Mukai have been named interim associate deans in the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.

man in field of virtual bubbles Buss Receives UW’s Ellbogen Lifetime Teaching Award

June 29, 2020 — A longtime University of Wyoming faculty member dedicated to improving the instruction of science, technology, engineering and mathematics has been recognized with the 2020 John P. Ellbogen Lifetime Teaching Award.

Face Coverings Required for UW Employees, Students This Summer and Fall

June 29, 2020 — Required for UW Employees, Students this Summer and Fall June 29, 2020 – University of Wyoming employees and students are required to wear face coverings while on UW-owned property or when conducting university business or activities, including instruction and research.

head portrait of a man Prather Receives UW’s George Duke Humphrey Distinguished Faculty Award

June 29, 2020 — Like the songbirds he studies, Jonathan Prather is singing a happy tune.

UW Announces Independence Day Closures

June 29, 2020 — Most University of Wyoming administrative offices will be closed, and classes will be dismissed Friday, July 3, for Independence Day -- which falls on a Saturday this year.

UW Parking Permits on Sale This Week

June 29, 2020 — University of Wyoming employee parking permits for 2020-21 will be available for purchase online at www.uwyo.edu/tps beginning Wednesday, July 1.

woman looking at bumblebee on the ground UW Researchers Look for Answers as to Why Western Bumblebees Are Declining

June 29, 2020 — A University of Wyoming researcher and her Ph.D. student have spent the last three years studying the decline of the Western bumblebee. The two have been working with a group of bumblebee experts to fill in gaps of missing information from previous data collected in the western United States. Their goal is to provide information on the Western bumblebee to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service while it considers listing this species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.

UW Summer Course to Explore Criminal Justice, Policing Issues

June 29, 2020 — Nationwide protests related to policing, racial discrimination and criminal justice reform have prompted the University of Wyoming’s Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology to offer a summer short course for those interested in learning more about those topics.

head portrait of a woman UW’s Kuznetsova Receives Hollon Family Award

June 29, 2020 — When students and colleagues describe University of Wyoming instructor Maria Kuznetsova, they use adjectives such as “excellent,” “innovative,” “dedicated” and “caring.”

two women UW School of Nursing, Community Health Clinic Collaborate on Behavioral Health

June 26, 2020 — In recent years, the delivery of behavioral/mental health services has become an integral part of primary health care models throughout the country.

woman and small child working in a raised garden bed UW’s Cent$ible Nutrition Program Helps Grow Young Green Thumbs in Cheyenne

June 26, 2020 — The University of Wyoming’s Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) is working with early care and education (ECE) centers in Laramie County to encourage kids to grow gardens and lead them to eat more fruits and vegetables.

woman working in a lab Wyoming INBRE Receives $17.2 Million NIH Grant to Continue Biomedical Research, Education

June 26, 2020 — Biomedical research and education in Wyoming will continue, thanks to a nearly $17.2 million Institutional Development Award (IDeA) granted to a University of Wyoming program from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

man at a desk New UW School of Pharmacy Course Examines Preparing for the Next Pandemic

June 25, 2020 — Students from many programs of study across the University of Wyoming campus likely took part in class discussions this past spring that focused on the economic, medical, nutritional and physiological impacts of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

head portrait of a woman O’Neil Named UW’s Dean of Students

June 25, 2020 — Ryan O’Neil, who has led the University of Wyoming Dean of Students Office on an interim basis since January, has been named UW’s dean of students.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester Graduates: Resident

June 25, 2020 — The University of Wyoming accorded degrees upon the following students from Wyoming at the completion of the 2020 spring semester.

UW Economists Examine Potential Impacts of Physical Distancing

June 24, 2020 — Physical distancing measures to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus appear to have dramatically reduced the number of deaths that would have occurred otherwise, University of Wyoming researchers say.

miller moth Environmental Conditions Lead Miller Moths into Urban Areas, UW Extension Entomologist Says

June 23, 2020 — The year 2020 has brought a deep economic decline and the coronavirus. Might as well bring on pestilence.

July Online UW Enrichment Course to Focus on Wyoming’s Future

June 23, 2020 — What would characterize a transformed Wyoming economy in the future?

man and woman outdoors in front of a sign New UW Primary Care Residency Training Prepares Physicians for Rural Practice

June 23, 2020 — The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded $2.1 million to the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program at Casper to expand primary care residency training in Wyoming.

Rare Earth Elements Project Receives Federal Funding

June 23, 2020 — The potential development of a new industry to extract rare earth elements from the ash of Wyoming’s Powder River Basin coal has taken a step forward with a federal grant through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

UW Allows Limited Double-Occupancy Rooms This Fall

June 23, 2020 — Some students staying in the University of Wyoming’s residence halls this fall will have the opportunity to live with roommates if they so desire, as a result of action today (Tuesday) by the UW Board of Trustees.

head portrait of a man UW School of Pharmacy Selects Business Manager/Educator to Lead MSHSA Degree Program

June 23, 2020 — A former corporate manager and pharmacy business leader has been selected as director of the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) program.

head portrait of a woman Former UW Family and Consumer Sciences Professor Honored for Distinguished Service

June 22, 2020 — A retired professor in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming is receiving a national Distinguished Service Award (DSA) from the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS).

woman in mountains Kate Northrop Recipient of UW’s Ellbogen Classroom Teaching Award

June 22, 2020 — Since coming to the University of Wyoming in 2008, Kate Northrop has proved to be more than an instructor to those who know her. She changes the lives of those around her.

head portrait of a woman Michelle Chamberlin Receives Ellbogen Classroom Teaching Award at UW

June 22, 2020 — Michelle Chamberlin, who has been teaching at the University of Wyoming since 2007, has built a stellar reputation, not only for teaching, but also for her passion for enabling her students and the care that she takes in developing and delivering her courses.

UW Energy Resources Council to Meet Tuesday

June 22, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council (ERC) will hold a special meeting at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 23, via Zoom.

woman and man outside UW Researchers Study Myxobacteria’s Ability to Distinguish Self from Non-Self

June 22, 2020 — A fundamental question in biology is how individual cells within a multicellular organism interact to coordinate diverse processes.

UW Transitions Over Summer to Fall Return Plan

June 22, 2020 — With the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees’ adoption of a campus return plan for the fall semester, UW employees and students on campus this summer are asked to follow parts of the plan immediately.

UW Trustees to Hold Special Meeting Tuesday

June 22, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting via teleconference at 7 a.m. Tuesday, June 23.

head portrait of a man UW’s Ward Receives Honor for Excellence in Teaching

June 22, 2020 — An effective and engaging instructor who has dedicated his career to helping students understand the various aspects of his field is a recipient of a top teaching award at the University of Wyoming.

Nathan Cowper and Elizabeth Stephani Two UW Law Students Selected for Harvard Journal of Law, Policy’s Symposium Issue Editorial Board

June 19, 2020 — Two University of Wyoming College of Law students were selected to the editorial board of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy’s (HJLPP) 39th annual Federalist Society National Student Symposium Issue.

UW American Heritage Center Announces 2020 Fellowship Recipients

June 19, 2020 — Three professors and two graduate students are recipients of fellowships from the University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center (AHC).

head shot of woman UW Department of Music Professor Contributes to Emmy-Nominated Documentary

June 18, 2020 — University of Wyoming Department of Music Professor Anne Guzzo contributed to an Emmy Award-nominated, Wyoming-produced documentary film that focused on giving women the right to vote.

Wyoming Business Tips for June 22-28

June 18, 2020 — A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

microscopic creature UW Researchers Try to Divine Secrets of Toughest Creatures on Earth

June 17, 2020 — Dinosaurs ruled these lands from 245 million to about 65 million years ago. You can see their fossils at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center in Thermopolis or take a look at Big Al, the Allosaurus at the Geological Museum on the University of Wyoming campus.

screen shot of students rehearsing virtually UW Snowy Range Summer Theatre Season Goes Virtual

June 17, 2020 — Snowy Range Summer Theatre goes virtual this month with “God of Carnage,” the 2009 Tony Award-winning comedy by Yasmina Reza about the aftermath of a children’s playground fight.

Chilled Water Supply, Return Lines Installed on UW Campus Beginning This Week

June 15, 2020 — Beginning this week, University of Wyoming Operations, in coordination with Laramie’s Big Huhnks Excavation, will begin installing new chilled water supply and return lines on a portion of campus.

two people standing near dinosaur fossils UW Faculty, Students and Alumni to Appear on PBS Series ‘Prehistoric Road Trip’

June 15, 2020 — University of Wyoming faculty members Ellen Currano and Laura Vietti, students and alumni will take viewers to another era as part of “Prehistoric Road Trip.” The three-part natural history series -- that explores prehistoric life in the western United States -- premieres Wednesday, June 17, on Chicago’s PBS station, WTTW.

UW Survey: Most Comfortable Attending Large Outdoor Events, But a Third Aren’t

June 15, 2020 — While a majority of Wyoming residents report that they would be comfortable attending outdoor events this summer and fall, a significant number would be uncomfortable doing so, according to a new survey by the University of Wyoming’s Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center (WYSAC).

woman Community Garden at Sheridan Boosts Efforts Responding to COVID-19

June 12, 2020 — A community garden project that donated more than 1,200 pounds of produce to Sheridan partners in 2019 is broadening efforts this year in an expected response to COVID-19.

race logos UW Alumni Association Sponsors Free Virtual 5K Run June 20

June 12, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Alumni Association (UWAA) is sponsoring the first “Tracing Our Roots Virtual 5K Walk/Run” for alumni and friends Saturday, June 20, to commemorate the association’s first meeting 125 years ago. The exact same date in 1895 also is when UW’s school colors were inadvertently selected.

UW Responds to Governor’s Requests to Prepare for Budget Reductions

June 12, 2020 — In response to Gov. Mark Gordon’s call for state agencies to prepare for significant budget reductions, the University of Wyoming is developing a process to deal with cuts to the block grant it receives from the state.

head portrait of a woman Powell Student Recognized with UW Neuroscience Minor Award

June 11, 2020 — Tristan Bohlman, from Powell, was recently recognized as the best spring semester undergraduate neuroscience minor student from the University of Wyoming’s Neuroscience Program.

woman in front of a group of children UW Art Museum to Host Virtual Summer Art Camp

June 11, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Art Museum will offer Virtual Summer Art Camp Tuesdays and Thursdays during four weeks in July for families and youths ages 6-15.

mule deer UW Study Reveals Impacts of Climate Change on Migrating Mule Deer

June 11, 2020 — When drought reshuffles the green-up of habitats that mule deer migrate across, it dramatically shortens the annual foraging bonanza they rely on.

drone in front of fir branches UW Trustees Approve Launch of Geospatial Information Science Degree Programs

June 11, 2020 — The University of Wyoming will offer new degree and certificate programs to meet changing student demands and workforce needs, following action by the UW Board of Trustees.

UW Trustees Approve Fall Semester Return Plan

June 10, 2020 — The University of Wyoming intends to restart on-campus educational experiences this fall, with a mix of in-person and online courses and measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

group of deer New UW Study Finds Surface Disturbance Can Limit Mule Deer Migration

June 9, 2020 — A new study shows that surface disturbance from energy development can hinder mule deer migrations when it exceeds 3 percent.

Regan Dorman, Chad Page, Morea Shipley and Jaelyn Whaley UW College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Grads Find Success in Narrow Job Market

June 9, 2020 — College of Agriculture and Natural Resources spring graduates at the University of Wyoming are finding success in the job market, despite recent economic downturns.

UW Finalizes Fall Return Plan to Present to Trustees

June 9, 2020 — In response to input from its constituents, the University of Wyoming has made a number of adjustments to its plan to restart on-campus educational experiences this fall.

head portrait of a woman Alyssa McElwain Named Recipient of UW Faculty Engagement Award

June 8, 2020 — Alyssa McElwain, a human development and family sciences program option assistant professor at the University of Wyoming, is among four recipients of the 2020-21 Faculty Engagement Fellowship awards.

head portrait of a woman Nga Nguyen Receives UW Engagement Fellowship

June 8, 2020 — Nga Nguyen, an assistant professor in the University of Wyoming Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is among four recipients of the 2020-21 Faculty Engagement Fellowship awards.

head portrait of a woman Reshmi Singh is Recipient of UW Faculty Engagement Award

June 8, 2020 — Reshmi Singh, a University of Wyoming social and administrative pharmacy associate professor, is among four recipients of the 2020-21 Faculty Engagement Fellowship awards from the Office of Engagement and Outreach (OEO).

head portrait of a man UW Animal Science Faculty Member to Serve on World Food Advisory Council

June 8, 2020 — A faculty member of the Department of Animal Science at the University of Wyoming has been selected to join the World Food Logistics Organization’s Scientific Advisory Council (WFLO SAC).

head portrait of a man UW Engagement Fellowship Awarded to Tiger Robison

June 8, 2020 — Tiger Robison, a music education assistant professor in the University of Wyoming Department of Music, is among four recipients of the 2020-21 Faculty Engagement Fellowship awards.

head portrait of a man UW Engineering Faculty Member Among Inaugural CAES Fellows Cohort

June 8, 2020 — Mike Borowczak, founding director of the Cybersecurity Education and Research center at the University of Wyoming, has been selected to the inaugural Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) Fellows cohort.

UW Libraries Offers Contactless Curbside Pickup

June 8, 2020 — University of Wyoming Libraries has started a contactless pickup service for the university community.

head portrait of a woman UW’s Burrows Named Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs in College of Education

June 8, 2020 — Andrea Burrows, an associate professor in the University of Wyoming School of Teacher Education, has been selected to serve as associate dean for undergraduate programs in the College of Education.

man sitting Two UW English Graduate Students Receive Prestigious Fellowships

June 5, 2020 — Two recent University of Wyoming graduate students are the recipients of prestigious fellowships to continue with their educational and professional goals.

UW Trustees Plan Teleconference Meeting Wednesday

June 5, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is scheduled to consider UW’s plan to restart on-campus educational experiences this fall during the board’s regular teleconference meeting at 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 10.

UW Professors Develop Collaborative Learning Process with Big Piney High School

June 4, 2020 — A collaborative effort by the University of Wyoming’s Literacy Research Center and Clinic (LRCC) and Big Piney High School has fostered a new participatory culture of reading at the school in western Wyoming.

Neely Mahapatra and Sukyung Yoon UW Study Seeks to Understand Socioeconomic Effects of Social Distancing, Isolation

June 4, 2020 — For many people, social distancing, self-isolation and sometimes the need to quarantine have become common practice during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wyoming Business Tips for June 8-14

June 4, 2020 — A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

screen shot of online group Seventeen In-State WWAMI Students Receive Medical Degrees

June 3, 2020 — Seventeen medical students from the E16 class of the Wyoming WWAMI Medical Education Program took part in a major milestone on their journey to becoming physicians with a virtual graduation ceremony recently.

Avanti logo UW Foundation Leads Successful Angel Funding Round for Avanti Financial Group

June 3, 2020 — Avanti Financial Group Inc., led by University of Wyoming alumna Caitlin Long, has taken another step toward becoming the first chartered bank in the nation focused on digital assets.

bighorn sheep UW Researchers Study Genetic Outcomes of Translocating Bighorn Sheep in Wyoming

June 3, 2020 — Translocation is an important management tool used for nearly 100 years to increase bighorn sheep population numbers in Wyoming and to restore herds to suitable habitat throughout their historical range. Yet, translocation also can alter the underlying genetic diversity of managed wildlife species in both beneficial and detrimental ways.

WTBC Changes Moniker, Rebrands to IMPACT 307

June 3, 2020 — The Wyoming Technology Business Center (WTBC) has rebranded itself as IMPACT 307, Where Founders and Innovation Thrive.

UW Releases Plan for Fall Semester Return

June 2, 2020 — The University of Wyoming has released a draft plan to restart on-campus educational experiences this fall, including measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and a mixture of in-person and online courses.

owl UW Researchers Study Genetic Outcomes of Great Gray Owl Population in Four States

June 2, 2020 — A University of Wyoming researcher led a study of great gray owls in a four-state region, showing that range discontinuity could lead to genetic drift and subsequent loss of genetic diversity in these birds.

County Health Protocols, Governor’s Orders Guide Reopening of UW Extension Offices

June 1, 2020 — University of Wyoming Extension offices will begin opening on a county-by-county basis as restrictions ease and individual county health protocols are followed, in addition to the governor’s direction in determining when and how services are offered.

woman, man and two girls People Across Wyoming Earn Bachelor’s Degrees in UW-Casper Online Program

June 1, 2020 — When Sarah Szewczyk finished her associate degree at Casper College in 2014, she was ready to continue her studies in criminal justice with a goal of earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wyoming at Casper.

UW College of Business to Host Fourth Virtual Business Informational Session

June 1, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Business will host its fourth virtual COVID-19 business information Zoom session Tuesday, June 2, from 12:30-1:30 p.m.

UW Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center Offers Virtual Programs

June 1, 2020 — The University of Wyoming’s Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center has published its summer 2020 Virtual Offerings to help the university community stay holistically healthy.

Woman working on antelope in the bed of a pickup truck UW Researchers Find Wyoming Pronghorn Exhibit Little Genetic Variation Despite Landscape Obstacles

June 1, 2020 — A University of Wyoming researcher led a study that showed Wyoming pronghorn exhibit little-to-no population genetic differentiation even though their range spans hundreds of kilometers, multiple mountain ranges and three major interstate highways.

head portrait of a woman UW Speech Pathology Assistant Professor Receives 2020 Young Professional Scholarship

June 1, 2020 — Katelyn Kotlarek, an assistant professor in the University of Wyoming Division of Communication Disorders, is the recipient of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association’s (ACPA) 2020 Mazaheri Young Professional Scholarship.

head portrait of a woman UW’s Shim Named Associate Dean of Graduate Programs in College of Education

June 1, 2020 — An accomplished educator in the University of Wyoming College of Education has been selected to serve as associate dean for graduate programs in the college.

UW Division of Social Work Brings Summer Camp Experience Right to Your Front Door

May 29, 2020 — With certain outdoor recreation activities tentatively set to resume this summer, there still remains a significant amount of uncertainty as to what will be available or safe to do, especially for young children.

Jenna Nazminia, Heather Judkins, Alexandra Smith and Kimberly Gulbrandson UW School of Nursing Convocation Honors 21 Students During Virtual Presentation

May 29, 2020 — Twenty-one graduates of the University of Wyoming Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing were honored during the school’s first-ever virtual convocation. The convocation, presented in Zoom format, was Friday, May 15.

College of Education building Study.com Ranks UW No. 1 on List of Best Colleges for Education Majors

May 28, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Education was ranked first in the nation by Study.com on its list of the “50 Best Colleges for Education Majors.”

Paige Trent and Christopher Welch Two UW Students Win National Landman Scholarships

May 28, 2020 — Two students in the University of Wyoming’s Professional Land Management program (PLM) have received scholarships from the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL).

head portait of a woman UW Nursing Study Looks at Crisis Preparedness During Pandemic

May 28, 2020 — As the COVID-19 pandemic closed college campuses across the United States, students in the University of Wyoming College of Health Sciences -- specifically, the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing -- faced additional educational complications.

UW Responds to Public Health Order Citations Against Students

May 28, 2020 — The University of Wyoming is working with local law enforcement and public health officials in response to citations issued against three UW students related to violation of isolation orders stemming from COVID-19 infection.

UW Allows Some Outdoor Events on Campus this Summer

May 27, 2020 — The University of Wyoming will allow outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people on campus after June 1, in accordance with new state rules.

Coronavirus Cases Rise in Albany County; UW Community Urged to Follow Guidelines

May 26, 2020 — Members of the University of Wyoming community are reminded to follow social distancing and other health guidelines, following a significant increase in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Albany County in recent days.

UW Creates Summer Online Courses to Help Those Impacted by Pandemic

May 26, 2020 — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Wyoming faculty members have assembled a bevy of short, online summer courses to serve the people of the state.

UW Libraries Names Alternative Textbook Grant Recipients

May 26, 2020 — University of Wyoming Libraries recently awarded alternative textbook grants to six faculty members to implement open educational resources (OER) in their classes this fall.

black and white photo of two men talking with a woman in the background UW Receives $750,000 for Wold Chair

May 26, 2020 — The John and Jane Wold Centennial Chair in Energy is being generously repositioned by the Wold Foundation to become a $3 million University of Wyoming endowed position.

UW Seeks Nominations for 2020-21 Faculty Fellows

May 26, 2020 — The University of Wyoming’s Office of Academic Affairs is seeking nominations for Faculty Fellows for the 2020-21 academic year, with some work to begin this summer.

UW’s Campus Activities Center Names RSO Award Winners

May 26, 2020 — The University of Wyoming’s Campus Activities Center (CAC) recently recognized UW student groups and leaders for their efforts during its annual awards program.

Wind River Startup Challenge Pitch Day May 30

May 26, 2020 — Five businesses created by tribal entrepreneurs from the Wind River Indian Reservation will pitch their concepts to a virtual audience and panel of judges Saturday, May 30.

UW’s Carpenter to Speak on State’s Carbon Capture Opportunities

May 21, 2020 — The director of the University of Wyoming’s Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute will speak about the state’s opportunities with carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) Friday, May 22, at 10 a.m. MDT.

Wyoming Business Tips for May 25-31

May 21, 2020 — A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

UWPD to Begin Bicycle Roundup Thursday

May 20, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Police Department (UWPD) will conduct its annual bicycle roundup on campus starting Thursday, May 21.

book cover with a photo of people outdoors in winter UW Professor Co-Edits Book That Explores the Value of America’s National Parks as Learning Laboratories

May 20, 2020 — Ana Houseal, an associate professor in the University of Wyoming School of Teacher Education, served as co-editor for the book “America’s Largest Classroom: What We Learn from Our National Parks.”

head portrait of a man Incoming UW President to Serve on National Council on Competitiveness

May 19, 2020 — Incoming University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel will be at the table with some of the nation’s leaders in industry, higher education and research as a member of the Council on Competiveness, the leading national organization focused on keeping the United States at the forefront of economic competitiveness.

UW Energy Resources Council to Meet May 29

May 19, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council (ERC) will meet at 7:30 a.m. Friday, May 29, via teleconference.

UW’s SBDC Receives CARES Act Funding to Assist Wyoming Entrepreneurs

May 19, 2020 — May 19, 2020 -- The Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network received $1.28 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to provide recovery technical assistance for small businesses harmed by the current pandemic.

head portrait of a woman Libby Thorson Selected as UW Employee of First Quarter

May 18, 2020 — A service-oriented, thoughtful and compassionate leader who keeps students at the heart of what she does is the recipient of the University of Wyoming’s Staff Employee of the First Quarter Award.

Two Wyoming Students Participating in Virtual International Science Fair

May 18, 2020 — Two Wyoming high school students, who qualified from the Wyoming State Science Fair earlier this spring at the University of Wyoming, are participating in the virtual International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) this week.

head portrait of a man UW Appoints Barrett to Lead Undergraduate Education Efforts

May 18, 2020 — An accomplished professor and associate dean in the College of Engineering and Applied Science has been selected to fill the position of associate vice provost for undergraduate education at the University of Wyoming.

decorated mortar board UW Engineering Grads, Others Outdo Themselves in ‘Cowboy Caps’ Competition

May 18, 2020 — Two new graduates from the College of Engineering and Applied Science drew upon their fields of study -- including big doses of ingenuity and creativity -- to capture top honors in the University of Wyoming’s first mortar board decoration competition.

UW Flittie House Applications Due Friday

May 18, 2020 — The deadline is 5 p.m. Friday, May 22, for visiting faculty members to apply to use the University of Wyoming’s Flittie House in the 2020-21 academic year.

head portrait of a woman Incoming President Taps UW’s Alexander as Interim Provost

May 15, 2020 — Incoming University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel has selected longtime UW faculty member Anne Alexander as UW’s interim provost and vice president for academic affairs.

head portrait of a woman Leena Hornlein Receives Spitaleri-Tobin Award as Outstanding UW Graduate

May 15, 2020 — Leena Hornlein, from Gilbert, Ariz., is the recipient of the Rosemarie Martha Spitaleri and Tobin Memorial Award, which recognizes the University of Wyoming’s most outstanding graduates from the 2019-2020 undergraduate class.

logo Major Gift to UW Supports Agricultural Leadership Center

May 15, 2020 — A $1.5 million gift from Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) will support a Ranch Management and Agriculture Leadership Center in the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

woman in Native American regalia Riverton’s Christie Wildcat Named a Top Graduating UW Senior

May 15, 2020 — Of all that she has accomplished as a University of Wyoming undergraduate, Christie Wildcat, from Riverton, says having a statewide initiative supported by Gov. Mark Gordon proclaiming May 5 as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls’ Day is her biggest achievement.

head portrait of a woman Rush Named Interim Dean of UW College of Education

May 15, 2020 — A longtime University of Wyoming College of Education faculty member and administrator has been named interim dean of the college.

head portrait of a woman Tessa Wittman Receives Spitaleri-Tobin Award at UW

May 15, 2020 — Tessa Wittman, of Laramie, is among three University of Wyoming students to receive the university’s top award for undergraduates.

Application Deadline for UW Natural Resources Collaboration Program May 30

May 14, 2020 — The Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming is accepting applications for the next class of its Collaboration Program in Natural Resources (CPNR).

Awards Announced for Virtual UW John P. Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition

May 14, 2020 — Four finalists will share a total of $65,000 in prize money after being selected as winners of the University of Wyoming College of Business 2020 John P. Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition, which took place virtually May 8-9.

UW Moves Toward On-Campus Education This Fall

May 14, 2020 — The University of Wyoming is taking steps toward a resumption of in-person classes for the fall 2020 semester.

UW Survey: Support for Policies to Slow Spread of COVID-19 Continues to Decline

May 14, 2020 — While a majority of Wyomingites support most policies designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Wyoming, support for all policies continues to decline, according to a new survey by the University of Wyoming’s Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center (WYSAC).

Wyoming Business Tips for May 18-24

May 14, 2020 — A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

head portrait of a man UW Professor Receives Fulbright to Study How to Combat Dangerous Foodborne Pathogen

May 13, 2020 — Jason Gigley, a University of Wyoming associate professor of molecular biology, received a Fulbright Scholarship to study how nutritional immunity and disease tolerance can be used to combat Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii), a dangerous foodborne pathogen that can kill people with immune deficiencies as well as developing fetuses.

Wyoming Public Radio and Media Wins Six Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

May 13, 2020 — Wyoming Public Radio and Media (WPR/WPM) has won a station record of six Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the small market category.

man standing outside Green River Art Student Receives Award from UW’s American Heritage Center

May 12, 2020 — University of Wyoming art student Ben Nathan, from Green River, received an award from UW’s American Heritage Center (AHC) for the best undergraduate research project.

UW Researchers Find Vaccine Hesitancy Would Hamper COVID-19 Efforts

May 12, 2020 — Even if a vaccine for the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is developed and made widely available, about 20 percent of Americans will likely decline to receive it, according to a study by University of Wyoming economists.

Woman standing in front of a UW sign Kristin Lewis Named UW Staff Employee of the Year

May 11, 2020 — Kristin Lewis, a University of Wyoming Department of Economics senior office associate, recently was named UW staff employee of the year.

UW College of Business to Host Third Virtual Small Business COVID-19 Information Session

May 11, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Business will host its third online small business information Zoom session Tuesday, May 12, from 12:30-1:30 p.m.

UW College of Business to Launch Hospitality, Leadership Minors

May 11, 2020 — Wyoming’s second-largest industry and future University of Wyoming graduates will benefit from a new minor in hospitality business management offered in UW’s College of Business.

computer generated picture of a person entering an outdoor space UW LAMP Fellows Finish Yearlong Training with Virtual Poster Presentation

May 11, 2020 — A group of 17 University of Wyoming and four community college instructors recently completed a yearlong training in the UW Science Initiative’s Learning Actively Mentoring Program (LAMP).

person looking at a 3D printer in a long row of 3D printers UW Makerspace Keeps Producing Personal Protective Equipment for State’s Medical Facilities

May 11, 2020 — For nearly two months straight, the University of Wyoming’s 3D makerspace in the Student Innovation Center (SIC) has been producing personal protective equipment (PPE) for the state’s medical facilities and first responders.

magazine cover with young woman on it UWyo Magazine Releases ‘Guide to College’

May 11, 2020 — More than 30 University of Wyoming students, plus alumni and faculty, share their tips for success in the spring issue of UWyo Magazine.

head portrait of a man UW’s Newbold Receives RFF Grant to Study Harmful Algal Blooms in California

May 11, 2020 — A University of Wyoming faculty member recently received a Resources for the Future (RFF) grant to study the adverse consequences of harmful algal blooms on water bodies in California and, using satellite data, estimate its value for predicting harmful algal blooms before they actually occur.

head portrait of a man Head Football Coach Craig Bohl to Keynote UW Virtual Commencement May 16

May 8, 2020 — University of Wyoming head football Coach Craig Bohl will deliver the keynote address to UW’s spring 2020 graduates during a virtual commencement ceremony Saturday, May 16, at 10 a.m.

UW Employees, Students Encouraged to Receive COVID-19 Test if They Are Sick

May 8, 2020 — Members of the University of Wyoming community are encouraged to be tested for the novel coronavirus COVID-19, if they are exhibiting symptoms of the infection.

UW Spring Faculty Meeting May 14

May 8, 2020 — Acting President Neil Theobald will host the University of Wyoming’s spring 2020 faculty meeting Thursday, May 14, at the conclusion of the UW Board of Trustees’ regular meeting.

Emergency Fund Sustains Vulnerable, Accomplished UW Student

May 7, 2020 — For University of Wyoming psychology sophomore Adrian Seiloff, life during a global pandemic means having to stay indoors. He was born with a genetic primary immunodeficiency disorder, leaving him with a compromised immune system.

logo Pokes Made the Difference for UW Students, Raising Over $500,000

May 7, 2020 — University of Wyoming students will receive more than half a million dollars as the result of Pokes Make the Difference, a private support campaign established to help UW students facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis.

UW Haub School Dean Finalists to Make Virtual Visits to Campus

May 7, 2020 — The University of Wyoming is interviewing candidates for the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources dean position. The UW campus community and the public are invited to attend virtual presentations by the candidates, scheduled May 12 and 18.

two women UW Students Elect President, Senators

May 7, 2020 — University of Wyoming students have elected Riley Talamantes, a current junior in political science, from Whittier, Calif., as the president of the Associated Students of UW (ASUW).

man's face UW Student’s Well Pad Reclamation Research Draws International Attention

May 7, 2020 — Having a traveling salesman traipse around gas well pads in Wyoming paid off for a University of Wyoming Ph.D. student seeking the most accurate and efficient way to monitor reclamation efforts.

UW’s Center on Aging Offers Virtual Workshops for Chronic Health Conditions, Caregivers

May 7, 2020 — The Wyoming Center on Aging (WyCOA) at the University of Wyoming is offering a free public virtual Healthy U workshop series for people with chronic health conditions and their caregivers.

Wyoming Business Tips for May 11-17

May 7, 2020 — A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet May 13-14 Via Teleconference

May 6, 2020 — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will receive reports on the university’s COVID-19 coronavirus response, the campus master plan, construction projects and other issues during the board’s regular meeting Wednesday and Thursday, May 13-14.

award winners UW Office of Academic Affairs, Graduate Council Name 2020 Graduate Award Recipients

May 6, 2020 — The University of Wyoming’s Office of Academic Affairs and the Graduate Council have selected the 2020 winners of graduate student and mentor awards for outstanding teaching and research.

UW Student Group Helps Laramie Community Nonprofits

May 6, 2020 — A University of Wyoming College of Business student group doled out $45,000 to four Laramie community nonprofit organizations.

UW Trustees Budget Committee Hearings May 11-12

May 6, 2020 — Units of the University of Wyoming will present their proposed 2020-21 budgets to the Budget Committee of the UW Board of Trustees Monday and Tuesday, May 11-12.

Eight Receive UW Own It! Awards for Women in Science

May 4, 2020 — Eight University of Wyoming employees and students are the recipients of the fifth annual Own It! Awards that recognize women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Incoming UW President to Conduct Interviews for Interim Provost

May 4, 2020 — Incoming University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel has reviewed nominations from members of the UW community for the university’s interim provost/vice president for academic affairs.

Jesse Hinshaw and Peter Wilcox Medical Student Scholars Symposium Highlights Wyoming WWAMI Student Research

May 4, 2020 — Research by two students from the Wyoming WWAMI Medical Education Program at the University of Wyoming was selected for presentation during a recent symposium hosted by the University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM).

man standing Seven Teams to Compete in Virtual UW Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition May 8

May 4, 2020 — Seven student-led teams are vying for seed prize money to get their business plans off the ground in the John P. Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition sponsored by the University of Wyoming’s College of Business.

head portrait of a woman UW Researcher Receives Fulbright Award for Wildlife Research at U.S.-Canadian Border

May 4, 2020 — Holly Ernest, a University of Wyoming professor of wildlife genomics and disease ecology, has received a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct wildlife research at the Canadian-United States border.

UW Working Groups Focus on Fall Reopening Issues

May 4, 2020 — In preparation for the May 13-15 University of Wyoming Board of Trustees meeting, five working groups of faculty, staff and students have been formed to put together policies and procedures that could be used if the trustees decide to reopen campus this fall.

head portrait of a man UW’s Denzer Receives Educator Award from Architectural Engineering Institute

May 4, 2020 — Tony Denzer, a University of Wyoming associate professor of civil and architectural engineering, recently received the Architectural Engineering Institute’s (AEI) 2019 Outstanding Architectural Engineering Educator Award.

head portrait of a man Wyoming WWAMI Welcomes New Clinical Dean for Medical Education Program

May 4, 2020 — Cheyenne physician Dr. Robert Monger has been named the new clinical dean for the WWAMI Medical Education Program at the University of Wyoming and will begin his duties Aug. 1.

woman holding a small child with a thumbnail of a woman in the top corner UW Helps Parents Teach Young Children During Pandemic

May 1, 2020 — When Hannah Robinson spotted her 3-year-old daughter, Darci, looking through a rolled-up piece of paper like a spyglass, she snapped a cellphone photo and sent it to University of Wyoming student Sarina Ruby.

UW Study Finds Willingness to Participate in Widespread COVID-19 Testing

May 1, 2020 — Widespread, voluntary testing to control the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 should be successful because a strong majority of people are willing to be tested, University of Wyoming researchers say.

UW’s Dementia Support Center Services Continue Throughout Wyoming

May 1, 2020 — During these uncertain times, the University of Wyoming Center on Aging (WyCOA) continues to support older adults and health care providers in Wyoming.

woman in medical setting talking to someone via laptop computer UW Educational Health Clinics Use Telehealth to Advance Patient Care During Pandemic

April 30, 2020 — While the COVID-19 virus has altered or even halted the routines of many people’s lives, health care providers at the University of Wyoming Educational Health Center of Wyoming (EHCW) clinic sites not only have continued to serve patients -- they also have taken the next steps to ensure health care delivery now and beyond the pandemic.

UW Personnel Contribute to Online ‘Stories from Here’ May 4-8

April 30, 2020 — Artist collective Sans façon will present a free, live experience, “Stories from Here,” May 4-8, broadcast each day at noon on Facebook Live by presenting partner Wyoming Public Media.

UW Survey: Majority Who Lost Jobs or Wages Due to COVID-19 Expect Them to Return

April 30, 2020 — A majority of those who have lost their jobs or seen their hours or pay reduced as a result of the COVID-19 crisis are optimistic that those jobs will return, according to a new survey by the University of Wyoming’s Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center (WYSAC).

group of people seated at a long table UW Students Complete Outdoor Recreation-Based Projects Despite Pandemic

April 29, 2020 — Despite a transition to online learning, seniors in the University of Wyoming’s new outdoor recreation and tourism management degree program are wrapping up capstone projects based in Fremont County.

UW College of Business to Host Second Virtual COVID-19 Information Session

April 28, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Business will host its second online small business assistance Zoom session Wednesday, April 29, from 12:30-1:30 p.m.

shop window with signs UW Institutional Marketing Campaign Spreads Positivity Around Wyoming

April 28, 2020 — The University of Wyoming is spreading optimism and positivity around the Cowboy State, one yard sign at a time.

head portrait of a woman Chestnut Appointed UW’s VP for Student Affairs

April 27, 2020 — Kimberly Chestnut, who has led the University of Wyoming’s Division of Student Affairs on an interim basis since the start of this academic year, has been named UW’s vice president for student affairs.

head portrait of a man Hutchens Named Agnes Milstead Distinguished Librarian at UW

April 27, 2020 — Chad Hutchens, an associate librarian and head of Digital Collections at the University of Wyoming Libraries, is the recipient of UW’s 2020 Agnes Milstead Distinguished Librarianship Award.

Susan Barlow, Waldon Fenster, Spencer Garland, Stephen Hanlon and Shane Siegfried Judges Announced for Virtual UW Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition

April 27, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Business has selected a diverse, accomplished group of judges for the 2020 John P. Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition May 8-9.

Survey Aims to Help UW Departments Buy Locally

April 27, 2020 — University of Wyoming employees involved in purchasing are invited to take a survey aimed at identifying ways in which UW can help departments buy from Wyoming vendors.

UW Students Encouraged to Celebrate Earth Week with AllTrails Access

April 27, 2020 — For the 50th anniversary and celebration of Earth Day, the University of Wyoming’s Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL) -- in partnership with Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center’s Outdoor Program -- is offering more than 100 UW students the chance to win an annual subscription with the popular app AllTrails.

woman holding a raccoon UW Doctoral Candidate’s Raccoon Research Highlighted on ‘Science Friday’ Program

April 24, 2020 — Research on raccoons conducted by the University of Wyoming’s Lauren Stanton will be featured on an upcoming livestream event hosted by Science Friday.

Wyoming Pipeline Corridor Initiative Supports Carbon Capture, Enhanced Oil Recovery

April 24, 2020 — The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) draft environmental impact statement for the Wyoming Pipeline Corridor Initiative was released April 17, with a 90-day public comment period ending July 16.

Survey: Wyoming Doctors Feeling Impact of COVID-19

April 23, 2020 — A survey of Wyoming physicians shows significant disruption of their practices related to novel coronavirus COVID-19, including financial distress.

UW Introduces Advanced Degree Options for 2020 Graduates

April 23, 2020 — Given the uncertainty facing many graduates from the 2020 class, the University of Wyoming has offered an option for continuing education.

head portrait of a man UW Professor is First Author of Study on Other Variables Affecting Coronavirus Numbers Worldwide

April 23, 2020 — A University of Wyoming researcher was part of a team that recently studied correlations between a dozen environmental, economic and health variables with persons who contracted the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in 14 different countries.

UW School of Energy Resources, Basin Electric Carbon Storage Project Advances with $15.2M in Federal Funding

April 23, 2020 — Plans for a commercial-scale geological carbon dioxide storage complex near Gillette have taken a major step forward with its selection for a $15.2 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory.

logo for competition UW $50K Entrepreneurship Competition Moves to Virtual Event May 8-9

April 22, 2020 — The University of Wyoming College of Business invites the public to participate in the 20th annual entrepreneurship competition, now the John P. Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition, with virtual presentations scheduled May 8-9.

UW Extension Initiates Team-Based Fitness, Health Competition May 2

April 21, 2020 — A free eight-week, team-based health program to increase physical activity and improve eating habits launches Saturday, May 2.

collage of musicians playing music UW’s Ben Markley and His Big Band Raise Money During Pandemic for Struggling Artists

April 21, 2020 — This is the time of year when University of Wyoming jazz studies instructor Ben Markley begins to think about upcoming sessions with his group or solo events around the region -- a chance to play in front of intimate, live audiences.

UW’s EORI Offers Solutions for Wyoming’s Oil and Gas Survival

April 21, 2020 — The University of Wyoming’s Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) says a focus on conventional oil and gas reservoirs is key for survival of the state’s oil and gas industry during the current economic downturn.

UW Offers Negotiated Gas Rate to Employees and Retirees

April 20, 2020 — The University of Wyoming is offering employees and retirees an opportunity to choose the negotiated natural gas rate under the Choice Gas program.

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