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UW in the News

March 28, 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.

The science, technology and health website, RedOrbit , reported on UW research on obesity in sheep and lambs that may lend a hand in understanding obesity in humans.

The Associated Press and its member media outlets carried UW's news release about the College of Law's inclusion on the US News list of top graduate law schools.

Cheyenne's Wyoming Tribune Eagle featured an interview with popular author C.J. Box in an advance story to promote his recent appearance at the UW American Heritage Center.

The Geographical Review published UW Geography Professor Gerald Webster's article on "American Nationalism, The Flag, and the Invasion of Iraq."

WyoFile , the in-depth Wyoming news site, carried a feature on UW English Professor Brad Watson's nomination for the prestigious PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction.

The Casper Star Tribune quotes School of Energy Resources Director Mark Northam in an article about the impacts of higher oil prices.

The Jackson Hole News and Guide published a story about UW's new Literacy Research Center and Clinic conducting workshops in Teton County.

Industry Today was among websites noting that Haifeng Jiang, a post-doctoral research associate at UW's Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute, won an iPad for taking part in a survey organized by UK flow meter specialist Litre Meter.

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