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  • Saddle Up

    UW Prepares to Host Inaugural Saddle Up Program

    The excitement around the inaugural week of Saddle Up is building as the University of Wyoming prepares to welcome incoming students to campus for a brand-new experience starting Sunday, Aug. 14.

    In a continued effort to improve on the student experience and set a clear path to graduation, Saddle Up will act as a weeklong college preparation camp Aug. 14-19. Arriving the week before the start of fall classes, UW’s incoming students will learn everything they need to know about succeeding in college -- and, more specifically, how to become successful students at UW.

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  • Diane Mott

    UW Donor-Funded Fellowship Supports Wyoming Migration Initiative

    Before her death, Diane Mott knew she wanted to do two things: to honor her parents and to do her part to protect Wyoming’s landscapes. So, she gave a major estate gift to establish the Harold and Jean Mott Fellowship in Migration and Conservation at the University of Wyoming.

    The Harold and Jean Mott Fellowship in Migration and Conservation will support the Wyoming Migration Initiative, a UW-based collaborative of biologists, photographers, cartographers and writers working to research ungulate migration and share that information with the public.

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  • Bob & Michelle Underwood

    UW Museum of Vertebrates Receives Gift of Significant Collection of Animal Mounts

    The University of Wyoming has been gifted a large collection of animal mounts to be used for display and research purposes within UW’s Museum of Vertebrates.

    A gift of Robert V. “Bob” and Michelle Underwood, the collection includes mounts of animals such as a grizzly bear, black bear, mountain lion, moose and pheasants. The gift also includes a large variety of exotic nonnative animals such as rock hyrax, springhare, muskox, hartebeest, stone sheep, tahr, caribou, fallow deer, capybara, Cape buffalo, eland and zebra, among others.

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