UW in the News
February 21, 2011 — State, national and international media frequently feature the University of Wyoming and members of its community in stories. Here is a summary of some of the recent articles where UW is making the news.
US News and World Report, in its science section, featured an interview with UW Professor Hank Harlow for a feature on hibernating bears.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram was among news outlets carry an Associated Press story about Gov. Matt Mead's talk that promoted the relationship between UW and the energy industry.
When the Wyoming High School Athletics Association voted to hold the state football championships at UW for the next three years, it was widely covered in the Wyoming media. The Associated Press sent the article on its national sports wire, and it was picked up by media outlets beyond Wyoming, including the San Antonio Express.
Denver's Channel 9 News produced a feature on former UW bull rider Abe Morris.
Salt Lake City's Examiner.com included UW on its list of the best oil and gas law schools.
The Casper Star Tribune published an OpEd on the Hathaway curriculum, written by UW President Tom Buchanan and Provost Myron Allen.
Sheridan Media, a group of radio stations in Sheridan, reported on a renewable energy workshop led by Milt Geiger, UW Cooperative Extension Service educator.