UW in the News
June 13, 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 Washington Examiner was among sites that carried an Associated Press profile of UW Mathematics Professor Bryan Shader. The feature on some of the capabilities of the NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center appeared in Cheyenne's Wyoming Tribune Eagle.
The in-depth Wyoming news site Wyofile profiled UW Philosophy Professor Jeff Lockwood.
The watchdog news site, the Cowboy State Free Press, carried UW's news release on Keener Fry's appointment as the new executive director of the UW Alumni Association.
The Casper Star Tribune covered the UW Board of Trustees action on a budget request to facilitate the separation of Casper's Community Health Center and the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program.
The news release website PR-USA.Net carried a review of UW Geology Professor Ron Frost's book on religion vs. science.
UW Economics Professor Tim Considine is quoted in a Politics on the Hudson blog about the economic consequences of lifting a ban on hydraulic fracturing in New York.
Research conducted by UW civil engineering Professor Khaled Ksaibati is cited in a Wyoming Tribune-Eagle article about county speed limit changes.
The Jackson Hole News and Guide promoted the annual summer lecture series at the AMK Ranch, sponsored by the UW-National Park Service Research Center.
Wheatland's Platte County Record-Times announced a statewide range professional award presented to UW Cooperative Extension Service Educator Dallas Mount.