UW in the News
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 New York Times was among sites nationwide that published an Associated Press story on UW's news release announcing Hill Harper as the keynote speaker during Martin Luther king Jr./Days of Dialogue activities at UW.
The San Francisco Examiner carried an Associated Press story about UW student Joslin Heyward, who is working on her graduate thesis focusing on the mountain pine beetle epidemic. The story first appeared in the Rawlins Daily Times.
Former UW defensive back Derrick Martin was featured in a Wall Street Journal story about his career as a standout special teams player for the New York Giants.
UW Student Health Service Pharmacy Director Will Schultz is quoted in a Billings Gazette article about ADHD drug shortages.
The Washington Examiner carried UW's news release announcing the dedication of the new Visual Arts Building.
UW Animal Science Professor Warrie Means is mentioned in a Tri-State Livestock News article about the beef checkoff program.
The UW Family Practice clinic was among sponsors of a recent Summit for a Healthier Natrona County, according to a story in The Wyoming Business Report.
The Billings Gazette was among newspapers carrying a story about UW's consideration of a tuition and fees increase.