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UW in the News

July 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.

Scientific American quotes UW researcher Matthew Kauffman in an article about the consequences of losing major predators.

National media, including the Washington Examiner, continue to carry the profile of award-winning author and UW English Professor Brad Watson.

The Vertical News website's Investment Weekly News cites UW findings in a brief about corporate financing. cites UW research in an article showing the widespread use of heat metaphors when describing anger.

UW's partnership with the NCAR Supercomputing Center being constructed near Cheyenne is mentioned in a Wyoming Business Report article about the facility.

The Associated Press sent to its member outlets UW's news release about UW publications recognized by a national trade association and UW's news release announcing the Board of Trustees meeting in Worland.

The Casper Star Tribune published an article about the CO2 conference hosted by UW's Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute.

The regional agricultural publication Tri State Livestock News carried UW's news release offering drought management strategies for cattle producers.

Several publications, including the regional High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal, ran UW's release about a regional award presented to Steve Paisley, UW's extension beef cattle specialist.

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