October 20, 2014 — University of Wyoming Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Head Bruce Cameron in 2015 will become the first male president in the 105-year history of Phi Upsilon Omicron.
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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.
Brucellosis: What is UW doing?
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources researchers at the University of Wyoming continue to study brucellosis in wildlife. Brucellosis causes elk, bison, and cattle to abort fetuses and can also be transmitted to humans and cause undulant fever. Typically, animals will abort once and won’t abort again; occasionally, an animal will abort a second time, and rarely will abort a third time. Read more...
Brucellosis: What are Economists doing?
Dannele Peck, an Agricultural and Applied Economics Associate Professor in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, has committed roughly seven and a half years to studying the economics of the brucellosis in the state of Wyoming. Read more...
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October 17, 2014 — “Planet of the Bugs: Evolution and the Rise of Insects” by Scott Shaw of the University of Wyoming has drawn glowing comments from national and international reviewers, but bugs may be his final critics.
October 13, 2014 — Creating a mentoring program for agricultural economists led to a University of Wyoming faculty member receiving the Presidential Recognition Award from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA).
October 13, 2014 — Sue Anderson in University of Wyoming Extension’s Natrona County office of has received extension’s highest secretarial honor for the second time.