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UWyo Magazine|September 2015 | Vol. 17, No. 1
 

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FEATURES

Transformational Teaching

Transformational Teaching

As part of the Science Initiative, the core sciences at UW will embrace active learning to improve student success.

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Investing in Research

Investing in Research

The UW Science Initiative’s innovative programs will stimulate research, leading to fundamental discoveries. 

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A New Era of Science

A New Era of Science

UW’s robust scholarship program helps many students reach graduation with little or no debt.

>> Read A New Era of Science

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DEPARTMENTS

Sharing an Excitement for STEM

The Big Picture | Sharing an Excitement for STEM

UW partners in a number of outreach programs aimed at getting kids excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

>> Sharing an Excitement for STEM



Picture of Future Building

Athletics | View From the Top

The planned High Altitude Performance Center will support student-athletes in reaching their full potential. 

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A Healthy Start - Peter Nathanielsz

Research | A Healthy Start

Leading biomedical researcher Peter Nathanielsz joined UW to continue his influential study of maternal health during pregnancy.

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