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From doctoral and master’s degrees to bachelor’s programs in agroecology, rangeland ecology and watershed management, molecular biology, family and consumer sciences, plant sciences, and agricultural economics, the University of Wyoming offers diverse options in natural resources and agricultural degree programs. Our faculty and staff members are dedicated to providing students with strong, well-rounded academic backgrounds and agricultural degrees, which enable them to excel in the world of agriculture and natural resources.
February 24, 2014 — Work in the biomechanics of cell division and the cell biology of cancer has earned Department of Molecular Biology Assistant Professor Jay Gatlin the Early Career Achievement Award from the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station (AES) at the University of Wyoming.
February 21, 2014 — In some circles, beavers have long been considered pests that damage trees, clog up culverts, and build dams that inhibit or alter the natural flow of waterways. But, to two University of Wyoming researchers, the crafty critters are viewed as natural allies that actually can help keep riparian systems healthy in the short and long term.
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Graduation Spring 2014
Graduation will be on Saturday, May 10 starting at 1:30pm in the UW Field House. Order your required academic regalia at the Grad Fair. The Grad Fair is upstairs in the Union on February 27th from 10-5 and February 28th 9-1.
Ag News includes in-depth feature and human interest articles about College of Agriculture involvements throughout the state.
Beyond the Classroom awards grants to College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students participating in college / university sponsored international study programs, faculty-led study tours, or international independent study programs.