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WIND Announces 2016 Call for Nominations for the Keith A. Miller Award

The Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Keith A. Miller Award. WIND has dedicated our annual award to the founder of this center, Dr. Keith A. Miller. Dr. Miller worked for many years planning for the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities official launch in November of 1994. Read more>

White House Releases Fact Sheet on Zika Virus

Since late last year, the Administration has been aggressively working to combat Zika, a virus primarily spread by mosquitoes that has recently been linked to birth defects and other concerning health outcomes.  The Federal Government has been monitoring the Zika virus and working with our domestic and international public health partners to alert healthcare providers and the public about Zika; provide public health laboratories with diagnostic tests; and detect and report cases both domestically and internationally. Read more>

Donation to the Wyoming Vision Collaborative from the Cheyenne Sunrise Lions Club, Cheyenne Frontier Lions Club, and Cheyenne Lions 

The Wyoming Vision Collaborative, at the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND), would like to thank the three Cheyenne Lions clubs that partnered together for their recent donations to support early childhood vision services; the Cheyenne Sunrise Lions Club, Cheyenne Frontier Lions Club, and Cheyenne Lions. Read more>

WIND’s first annual reception and gallery 

On December 2, 2015, the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities held our first annual gallery and holiday reception at the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center in Laramie. The event provided the opportunity for our community to learn about the scope of WIND’s work and have a chance to talk with WIND faculty, staff and students about their areas of focus and recent achievements. It was a wonderful evening of sharing for all! Read more>


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