University of Wyoming
1000 E. University
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-4133
Fax: (307) 766-4030
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources: Overview
Areas of Distinction
Our areas of distinction include premier programs in the science and economics of reclamation, soils and rangeland management, community economic development including family entrepreneurship, economic impacts of energy development, and a national reputation in wildlife and livestock health research and management. Our student enrollment has grown steadily to its current level of approximately 1,000 students.
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources regularly leads the University of Wyoming in research dollars awarded per faculty member and is often second institutionally in total research awards. In 2011 the college had 10 new patent disclosures and secured $13.23 million in external research dollars. Two important offshoots of a strong research program include attracting top-level graduate students and offering undergraduates opportunities to work with faculty and participate in research activities.
- Individual attention and one-on-one mentoring for all our students
- Small class sizes
- Extensive undergraduate research opportunities
- Robust research program
- Providing scientifically-based information to the public and industry
- Training future scientists, producers, and agriculture industry professionals, and
- Providing educational programs to all Wyoming citizens.
My Point of View-Dean Frank Galey
As dean, I am often asked to contribute articles about agriculture, the college, or current issues facing our state. I want to share with you the most recent articles and hope you enjoy browsing our web site and clicking on links that may interest you.
From Cow Country Spring 2015 - UW Offers Rangeland Resources
The University of Wyoming, partners provide up-to-date information for managing rangelands.
This weeks snowpack report was a little worrisome. Wyoming is at 88 percent of the median for precipitation, and that could mean a long, dry summer and grazing headaches. What can the university do to help? As a land-grant institution, the answer is more than you might think. I want to share with WSGA members some of the resources available to help livestock producers today and into the future. . . Read More
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