About the UWyo Magazine Team

UWyo is published three times a year as a partnership between UW Institutional Marketing and the UW Alumni Association. UWyo is supported by UW Research & Economic Development, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and the Office of the President.

UWyo Magazine is dedicated to advancing the mission, vision and goals of the University of Wyoming, and fostering pride, tradition and excellence by cultivating relationships with the UW community. Through meaningful communication and promotion of the university's highlights and goodwill, UWyo aims to have a direct impact on giving, alumni and trustee relations, student and faculty recruitment, and public and government relations.

University President
Ed Seidel

Associate Vice President for Communications and Marketing
Chad Baldwin

Micaela Myers

Michelle Eberle
Emily Edgar
Casidy Mittelstadt
Brittny Wroblewski
Audrey Merwin

All photos by Ted Brummond or Andrew Wees unless otherwise noted

Ali Grossman
Mary Jung
Reesie Lane

Contributing Editors
Chad Baldwin
Tamara Linse

Contributing Writers
Michaela Jones
Sunnie Lew
Tamara Linse
Ryan Luethje
Jocelyn Petersen
Michelle Sunset
Patrick Wolfinbarger

Michael Blaney
Kirby Federock
Abi Gerhard
Jennifer Kirk
Amy Morgan

©University of Wyoming. All rights reserved. Excerpts from this magazine may be reprinted with permission, provided appropriate credit is given to the University of Wyoming and copies of reprinted materials are provided to the editor.

Style manual for UWyo writers (PDF)

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e-mail: uwyomag@uwyo.edu

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