UW in the News
April 18, 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.
In an opinion piece on potential jobs that could be created by hydraulic fracking development in Pennsylvania, Forbes magazine cites research conducted by UW Economics Professor Timothy Considine.
An article and photos of the College of Education's new Sullivan Family Center appeared in Interior Design Magazine.
Public News Service, a public interest website, carried UW's news release about services available to veterans.
The Casper Star Tribune published the results of the ASUW presidential elections.
Wyofile, a site for in-depth Wyoming news, carried another feature on pine beetles written by students in UW's Environment and Natural Resources capstone class.
College of Education Professor Patrick Manyak was quoted in a Casper Star Tribune article about a program to bolster reading skills in young children.
One of the Farm Journal's websites quoted UW Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Nicole Ballenger in an article about proposed cuts to agricultural research budgets.
The Cowboy State Free Press carried UW's news release about this year's commencement speakers.
Botany Professor Steve Jackson's article on protecting endangered species continues to appear in science websites such as eBioNews.
PR Log, the free site for news releases, quoted UW research in a story about the benefits of fish oil.
The national horse breed website Bridle and Bit featured an article about a UW student who won a Morgan horse in a national contest.