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WyGISC GIS Programmer/Analyst [photo from Medicine Bow Peak, WY] WyGISC seeks two highly motivated, self-directed and skilled GIS Programmers/Analysts

May 13, 2016 — n an effort to support the sharing, visualization and analysis of data in a myriad of UW, State and Federal research projects, these entry-level positions will provide expertise in developing dynamic and interactive data-driven Web GIS applications. The successful candidates will be required to effectively communicate with individual project leaders and successfully meet project deliverables in a timely fashion.

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NREX Brochure Front Page [photo of Devil's tower with text in caption] Governor Matt Mead Releases the Updated Energy Strategy and the Natural Resource and Energy Explorer (NREX)

March 14, 2016 — Wyoming Governor Matt Mead held a press conference on the Updated Energy Strategy on Monday 03/14/2016 1:30 PM. The NREX application was released in association with the updated energy strategy.

WyoBio Mobile App Screen Capture WyoBio Mobile App Released

December 10, 2015 — The WyoBio mobile app enables citizen scientists to report species observations and photos for Wyoming. The app is now enables the Wyoming Biodiversity Citizen Science Initiative (WyoBio) to go into the field with users. Observations are associated with the contributors account, and can be viewed and interacted with on the online map application for WyoBio.

GeoHub The Wyoming Student Atlas won 1st place in its category at the ESRI GIS International Users Conference

July 16, 2015 — The WyoBio mobile app enables citizen scientists to report species observations and photos for Wyoming. The app is now enables the Wyoming Biodiversity Citizen Science Initiative (WyoBio) to go into the field with users. Observations are associated with the contributors account, and can be viewed and interacted with on the online map application for WyoBio.

Citizens Team with UW to Chart Wyoming’s Flora and Fauna

September 1, 2015 — Rebecca Walsh, of Laramie, and her family hit the Blair Wallis Trail east of Laramie before sunrise July 18 to participate in the family’s first citizen science project, Summer Moose Day. The University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute sponsored the inaugural event.

book cover featuring the Teton mountains New Wyoming Student Atlas Delivered to Wyoming Schools

November 6, 2014 — The University of Wyoming has created and printed 5,000 copies of a new “Wyoming Student Atlas” that is being distributed to all Wyoming school districts.

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