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At Home with the Pokes, UWAA Virtual Town Hall ‘Athletics & Football Edition’
This Virtual Town Hall features exclusive interviews with UW Head Football Coach, Craig Bohl, UW Athletic Director, Tom Burman, and Senior Associate Athletic Director, Development & Revenue Enhancement for Cowboy Joe Club, Randy Welniak. This event took place on June 25th, 2020 and was a live event exclusive to UWAA members. This event was sponsored by UniWyo Federal Credit Union.
At Home with the Pokes, UWAA Virtual Town Hall ‘Basketball Edition’
This Virtual Town Hall features exclusive interviews with Head Women's Basketball Coach, Gerald Mattinson, and Head Men's Basketball Coach, Jeff Linder. This event took place on July 9th, 2020 and was a live event exclusive to UWAA members and Brown and Gold Champions. This event was sponsored by UniWyo Federal Credit Union
UWAA Virtual Town Hall ‘Academic and Student Affairs’ Edition
This Virtual Town Hall features exclusive interviews with UW Vice President of Academic Affairs, Anne Alexander, and UW Vice President of Student Affairs, Kim Chestnut. Dr. Alexander and Dr. Chestnut share about academic and student success plans and how they, and many others, are working to keep students healthy and safe this fall. This event was sponsored by UniWyo Federal Credit Union and Black Hills Energy.
UWAA Virtual Town Hall ‘UW-Casper’ Edition
For 44 years, University of Wyoming at Casper has been a pillar in Natrona County, a valuable resource for economic development and a provider of the exceptional educational opportunities for nearly 3,300 students to earn their UW degree from UWC. During this Virtual Town Hall we will hear from UW Casper Dean, Brent Pickett, about the value the institution provides to the community, to the state and to the university as a whole. Thank you to our event sponsor, Black Hills Energy, for your support and participation.
UWAA Virtual Town Hall 'History of the Black 14 & the SJSI' Edition
During this town hall you will hear about the history of the Black 14 and the Social Justice Summer Institute (SJSI). The SJSI is a multi-day overnight program that will introduce rising junior or senior high school students to the experiences of living, researching and studying at the University of Wyoming with the hope they will consider UW as a welcoming place for them to continue their university education. Students will learn persistence strategies for successful attainment of college degrees and personal resilience for lifelong success. Click HERE for more information.
The immediate goal of this program is to raise funds that would cover the majority, if not all, of the travel costs and program fees for 30 prospective students to attend the program in July 2021. During this town hall you will hear from John Griffin, a member of the Black 14, and host of the event. You will also hear from Mel Hamilton, member of the Black 14, Dominic Martinez, UW Alumnus, Dr. Emily Monago, Chief Diversity Officer at the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Kate Muir Welsh, Director of the UW Social Justice Research Center, Devin Moore, UW Alumnus, and Keener Fry, Executive Director of the UWAA.
This event was sponsored by UniWyo Federal Credit Union and Black Hills Energy.
UWAA Virtual Town Hall 'UW School of Energy Resources (SER)' Edition
This Virtual Town Hall features exclusive interviews with UW's School of Energy Resources (SER) Executive Director Holly Krutka, former CEO of Black Hills Energy David Emery, and graduates from the program Sam Mallory ('18) and Katie Schweiger ('17). This event was sponsored by UniWyo Federal Credit Union and Black Hills Energy.
UWAA Virtual Town Hall Haub School Edition - August 26, 2021
This Virtual Town Hall features an exclusive interview with Dr. John L. Koprowski, Dean of UW's Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources since September 2020. Dean Koprowski brings a passion for addressing important challenges, an appreciation for interdisciplinary approaches to environmental issues, considerable leadership and administrative experience, and vision to expand the reach of the Haub School. He believes in the efforts of the Haub School to advance the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resource challenges in the West and around the world through its educational, research, outreach, and collaborative problem-solving programs. This event was sponsored by UniWyo Federal Credit Union.