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UW in the News

June 3, 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.

UW Professor of Finance Sherrill Shaffer is quoted in a Business Day article about the Federal Reserve's secret loans to banking industry giants.

The UW College of Education's new Sullivan Family Student Center is featured in the Art and Design section of the International Business Times.

The Associated Press distributed to its member outlets UW's news release about UW Professors Alyson Hagy and Brad Watson being selected as finalists in the fiction category for High Plains Book Awards.

Cheyenne newspaper, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, quoted Brent Ewers, an associate professor with the UW Department of Botany, in an article dealing about how bark beetles can affect the state's water.

The regional agricultural publication, the Prairie Star, quotes UW Veterinary Sciences Professor Donal O'Toole in an article about the potential dangers in administering livestock injections.

Another regional agricultural publication, the Western Farmer-Stockman, carried UW's news release describing flood assistance available through the UW Cooperative Extension Service.

The watchdog news site, Cowboy State Free Press, carried a feature article on the Joint Training and Experimentation Center in Guernsey, which works with UW on its robotics program.

The Pinedale Roundup carried a feature about Wyoming Conservation Corp students working on reclamation projects in that area.

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