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 high-speed computing network site HPC Wire announced a meeting for UW faculty interested in using the NCAR-Wyoming Scupercomputing Center for research.
The Casper Star-Tribune carried UW's release announcing African Awareness week on campus.
The Billings Gazette was among several news sites that carried a story about UW's acceptance into the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation.
Several publications, including the Gillette News-Record, continue to publish articles about pioneering spider silk research being conducted by UW Professor Don Jarvis and others.
UW atmospheric sciences researcher Robert Field is quoted in an Associated Press story dealing with air pollution levels in the Front Range.
Danee Hunzie, UW assistant admissions director, talked with KOWB Radio about the increased number of international students at the university.
In an interview with The Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Sara Axelson, vice president for student affairs, says UW's enrollment has remained strong.
KGAB Radio featured UW's partnership with NCAR and membership in the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation that helps UW form research partnerships with other universities, pursue federal research funding and even potentially be tapped as a computational sciences resource expert by President Obama or Congress.
The regional agricultural publication, the Tri-State Livestock News, covered a talk by UW Extension Beef Cattle Specialist Steve Paisley, who described ways to reduce stress in cattle.