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UWyo Magazine|September 2014 | Vol. 16, No. 1
  • The Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center
  • UW head football coach Craig Bohl is impressed with Wyoming's support for its university
  • On the 100th anniversary of Steamboat’s passing, the famed bucking horse continues to ride into our hearts and imaginations.
 

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Welcome to the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center

The Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center is the University of Wyoming’s dramatic welcoming center with a state-of-the-art technological infrastructure that is funded entirely through private support. It is a cross-campus collaboration and a place for students past, present and future.

The grand opening of the spectacular Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center will occur on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014.

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FEATURES

Dan De Cecco on his UW study abroad trip to Costa Rica

The UW Family

The University of Wyoming reaches every corner of the state through outreach, delivers a world-class education to undergraduate and graduate students in more than 200 areas of study, conducts important research in a broad array of disciplines, offers Division 1-A athletics and proudly shares Wyoming’s famous bucking horse icon. For all these reasons and many more, friends and family of the university enjoy a unique sense of pride and devotion to UW.

>> Read The UW Family



Capital building in Cheyenne

A Perfect Match

State matching funds encourage generous donations, packing a one-two punch that propels the university forward in everything from teaching, scholarships and outreach to key facilities.

>> Read A Perfect Match

Bucking horse and rider from the collections of American Heritage Cener, University of Wyoming

A Century After Steamboat

On the 100th anniversary of Steamboat's passing, the famed bucking horse continues to ride into our hearts and imaginations.

>> Read A Century After Steamboat

>> Read more on the features page


DEPARTMENTS

Staying Connected Story - Students using tin can telephone

The Big Picture | Staying Connected

The cowboy call student callers do far more than fundraising–they do friendraising

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aerial of UW Campus

Giving | Chairing Success

Leadership is the secret to the UW Foundation's phenomenal fundraising success.

>> Read Chairing Success

Jeff Santos researches using sound recording to measure the amount of water flowing in rivers

Research | Singular Student Experiences

Undergraduate research offers UW students the chance to put their classroom learning into action for a leg up on graduate school and careers.

>> Read Singular Student Experiences

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