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UW Offers Fall Outdoor Guide Certification Course

September 16, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources is offering an online guide certification course this fall for both aspiring and veteran guides.

two people with drones UW’s Aerosol Research To Be Highlighted in Documentary That Will Air on French TV in 2022

September 16, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Department of Atmospheric Science recently received some international attention for its expertise. And that knowledge is expected to show up in a French documentary film about aerosols sometime next year.

UW’s Annual Energy Law and Policy in the Rockies Conference Slated for Oct. 8

September 16, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources (SER) and the UW College of Law’s Center for Law and Energy Resources in the Rockies (CLERR) will virtually host the 2021 Landscape Discussion on Energy Law and Policy in the Rockies Conference Friday, Oct. 8.

four people standing in front of a building UW Team Receives NSF Award to Study New Membrane Materials for Water Purification, Desalinization

September 15, 2021 — The global disruption produced by climate change will place further stress on the world’s freshwater supplies due to higher temperatures, changing rainfall patterns and increases in human population, according to John Hoberg. This is expected to result in half of the world’s population facing freshwater shortages by 2030.

Listening Session Friday on UW Master’s Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences

September 14, 2021 — A listening session is scheduled Friday, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m. to receive comment on the University of Wyoming’s proposal to eliminate the master’s degree in family and consumer sciences.

UW Chamber Orchestra to Perform ‘Russian Strings’

September 14, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Chamber Orchestra will present an all-Russian music program at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, in the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts concert hall.

photo of a woman sitting UW School of Nursing Selects Niemoller as 2021 Distinguished Alumna

September 14, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing has selected Jeanine Niemoller as its 2021 Distinguished Alumna.

Listening Session Thursday on UW Master’s Degree Programs Eyed for Elimination

September 13, 2021 — A listening session is scheduled Thursday, Sept. 16, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. to receive comment on the University of Wyoming’s proposal to eliminate master’s degrees in political science and international studies.

NCAR Official to Discuss New Supercomputer Friday at UW

September 13, 2021 — A top director with the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is coming to the University of Wyoming to discuss the capabilities and uses of a new supercomputer that will be installed in the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC) near Cheyenne.

UW AHC’s Simpson Institute Economic Discussion Postponed

September 13, 2021 — The University of Wyoming American Heritage Center’s (AHC) Alan K. Simpson Institute for Western Politics and Leadership has postponed an event scheduled Sept. 21 titled “Wyoming at the Economic Crossroads.”

UW Encourages Observance of Constitution Day

September 13, 2021 — The University of Wyoming encourages students, faculty and staff to observe Constitution Day, the annual federal observance that recognizes the ratification of the United States Constitution.

UW Men Set Record Right Out of the Chutes

September 13, 2021 — It didn’t take long for the University of Wyoming men’s rodeo team to establish itself as the team to beat in the Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR) this fall.

map on old newspaper page UW Receives Second NEH Grant for Wyoming Digital Newspaper Project

September 13, 2021 — University of Wyoming Libraries has received a second round of funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support ongoing newspaper digitization work.

head photo of a woman UW School of Nursing Welcomes New McMurry Chair of Mental Health

September 13, 2021 — Sherra St Clair has accepted a position as the new McMurry Chair of Mental Health at the University of Wyoming’s Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet Sept. 15-17

September 10, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will receive updates on enrollment, COVID-19, academic program reviews and budget reductions during the board’s regular meeting Wednesday-Friday, Sept. 15-17.

UW President to Give ‘State of the University’ Speech Wednesday

September 10, 2021 — University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel will provide updates on key issues and initiatives and outline future plans during his “State of the University” address Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 3 p.m. in the Wyoming Union Ballroom.

UW Students Win Dinner With President, Provost for Reporting Vaccinations

September 10, 2021 — A University of Wyoming student from Riverton and five of his friends will have dinner with UW President Ed Seidel and his partner, Gabrielle Allen, after the student won a weekly drawing for UW students who have reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

UW Student Wins $1,000 in Community Vaccination Incentive Drawing

September 10, 2021 — A University of Wyoming student from Cheyenne is the first winner of a weekly $1,000 prize for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in an Albany County vaccination incentive program.

group of people posing outside a building UW School of Energy Resources, Williams Cos. Join Forces on Hydrogen Project

September 9, 2021 — Representatives of the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources (SER) and The Williams Cos. Inc. recently met on campus to discuss the UW school’s initiatives and development opportunities, as well as the energy infrastructure company’s clean energy strategy in Wyoming.

woman standing outside UW’s Runyon Receives NSF Award to Study Critical Element Distribution in Central Wyoming

September 9, 2021 — Simone Runyon, an assistant professor in the University of Wyoming’s Department of Geology and Geophysics, recently received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for research that investigates critical element distribution in the Rattlesnake Hills Alkaline Complex in central Wyoming.

Celebration of Life, Career of UW’s George Frison Sept. 24

September 8, 2021 — A celebration of the life and career of University of Wyoming Department of Anthropology Professor George Frison is from 3-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, in the Hilton Garden Inn ballroom in Laramie. A reception follows.

UW AHC’s Simpson Institute Partners With PBS, Wyoming Humanities for Economic Discussion

September 8, 2021 — The University of Wyoming American Heritage Center’s (AHC) Alan K. Simpson Institute for Western Politics and Leadership is collaborating with Wyoming PBS and Wyoming Humanities to host an economic discussion.

head photo of a man UW Professor Studies Technological Implications of How Judicial System Interprets Video Forensic Analysis

September 8, 2021 — In the film “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” Sean O’Connell, the photographer character played by Sean Penn, spent the better part of his career trying to snap a photo of the elusive snow leopard in the Himalayas. When the opportunity finally came, O’Connell chose to observe the rare animal through his eyes rather than his lens, saying “If I like a moment, I mean me, personally, sometimes I don’t like to have the distraction of the camera.”

UW’s Three-Time Regional Champion Rodeo Teams Ready to Defend Titles

September 8, 2021 — For the past three years, the University of Wyoming’s rodeo teams have ended the Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR) competition as champions in both the men’s and women’s divisions. Do not expect the Cowboys and Cowgirls to give up those championships anytime soon -- Coach Beau Clark has built the program to last over the long haul.

Listening Session Thursday on UW Degree Programs Eyed for Elimination

September 7, 2021 — A listening session is scheduled Thursday, Sept. 9, at 8 a.m. to receive comment on the University of Wyoming’s proposal to eliminate bachelor’s degrees in French, German and secondary education/languages.

US Supreme Court Justice’s Visit to UW Canceled

September 7, 2021 — United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch’s scheduled visit to the University of Wyoming College of Law and campus Sept. 16 has been canceled.

logo UW College of Education Launches Competition to Spark Interest in Teaching

September 7, 2021 — The University of Wyoming College of Education and UW Trustees Education Initiative (TEI) have partnered with Mursion, a company that develops virtual reality training simulations, to present the inaugural College WYTeach competition.

UW Libraries Signs Open Access Publishing Agreement With Cambridge University Press

September 7, 2021 — Research published by corresponding authors based at the University of Wyoming will be made open access at no additional cost, thanks to a new partnership between UW Libraries and Cambridge University Press (CUP).

UW’s Equality State Research Network Awards Six Grants

September 7, 2021 — The Equality State Research Network, a project of the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities at the University of Wyoming, has awarded six grants to support community-based participatory research focusing on improving the health and well-being of Wyoming residents.

UW Fraternities, Sororities Receive National Awards

September 3, 2021 — The fraternity and sorority community at the University of Wyoming recently received national awards for the 2020-21 academic year.

woman with ancient bones on a table in front of her Origins of People in the Americas Topic of Frison Institute Lecture at UW Sept. 23

September 2, 2021 — “Dark Waters and Murky Models: Perspectives on the Peopling of the Americas from Page-Ladson” is the topic of the 23rd annual George C. Frison Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology Lecture Thursday, Sept. 23, at the University of Wyoming.

UW Football Game Travelers May Encounter Traffic Issues

September 2, 2021 — University of Wyoming football fans traveling to Laramie for Saturday’s 2 p.m. season opener against Montana State University may find some disruption of traditional traffic routes due to construction.

UW to Offer Free Language, Culture Sessions via Zoom This Fall

September 2, 2021 — Registrations are now being accepted for the popular World Language and Culture Program (WLCP) at the University of Wyoming this semester. A total of 18 nonformal world language and culture sessions are available free via Zoom.

head photo of a woman UW’s Bobadilla Receives Young Investigator Grant to Research Drug Addiction

September 2, 2021 — Ana Clara Bobadilla says the opioid epidemic in the United States is associated with an equally dangerous public health threat -- the combined use of multiple drugs. For example, from 2010-16, fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid, accounted for most of the increase in cocaine-related overdose deaths.

Vaccination Clinic Before UW Football Game Saturday

September 2, 2021 — Fans attending Saturday’s University of Wyoming-Montana State University football game have the opportunity to be vaccinated for COVID-19 during pregame festivities.

photos displayed on a wall 9/11 Educational Exhibition on View at UW’s Coe Library

September 1, 2021 — An educational exhibition that presents the history of 9/11, its origins and its ongoing implications is on display at the University of Wyoming’s Coe Library.

UW Announces Labor Day Closures

September 1, 2021 — Most University of Wyoming administrative offices will be closed, and classes will be dismissed Monday, Sept. 6, for Labor Day.

head photo of a man UW’s Finnoff Named Wyoming Excellence Chair, McMurry Fellow

September 1, 2021 — An award-winning professor in the College of Business’ Department of Economics is the newest endowed chair at the University of Wyoming.

UW’s LaramieLink Dial-A-Ride Service Reduced

September 1, 2021 — Beginning today (Wednesday), University of Wyoming Transportation Services has temporarily shortened the operating hours for the LaramieLink Dial-A-Ride on-call bus service due to staffing shortages.

woman holding up clear container of fish and looking at it UW’s Mruk Receives NIH R21 Grant to Study Spinal Cord Regeneration

September 1, 2021 — Karen Mruk is focused on spinal cord regeneration and is studying how a zebrafish regenerates to learn more about how that information can apply to humans.

UW Students, Employee Win Prizes for Reporting Vaccinations

August 31, 2021 — A University of Wyoming student from Lander and five of her friends will have dinner with UW President Ed Seidel and his partner, Gabrielle Allen, after the student won a weekly drawing for UW students who’ve reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

UW Alumni Association to Offer Kickoff Friday Events

August 30, 2021 — Cowboy football fans are invited to start their game weekends with the University of Wyoming Alumni Association (UWAA) on designated Fridays before UW home football games.

UW COVID Test Prevalence, Vaccination Survey Numbers Stay Consistent

August 30, 2021 — A total of 70 University of Wyoming students and employees have tested positive for COVID-19 in UW’s one-time testing program to start the fall semester, with the test positivity rate remaining consistent at just over 1 percent.

UW Libraries Launches Digital Scholarship Center

August 30, 2021 — To support scholarly output at the University of Wyoming, UW Libraries has launched the Digital Scholarship Center (DSC).

person working with electronics gear UW Named to Newsweek’s ‘Best Maker Schools in Higher Education’ List

August 30, 2021 — The University of Wyoming has been named to Newsweek’s inaugural “Best Maker Schools in Higher Education” list.

Ed Seidel, Brett McCoy and Sundance Wicks ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration Sept. 13 in Buffalo

August 30, 2021 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in Johnson County during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Monday, Sept. 13, in Buffalo.

Ed Seidel, Fallon Lewis and Kristi Von Krosigk ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration Sept. 14 in Sheridan

August 30, 2021 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Sheridan.

Ali Bicer, Amanda DeDiego, Barbara Hickman, Janet Lear, Tiffany LeGal and Bret Sorensen UW College of Education Names Award Recipients

August 27, 2021 — The University of Wyoming College of Education recently honored five faculty members and a staff member for their outstanding accomplishments.

head photo of a woman UW Professor to Lead Chapter for National Climate Assessment

August 27, 2021 — University of Wyoming Assistant Professor Corrine Knapp will lead the Northern Great Plains regional chapter of the fifth National Climate Assessment, a federally mandated analysis of climate change impacts for the United States.

Group of people in white coats posing on stairs UW’s WWAMI Program Welcomes 24th Class of New Medical Students

August 27, 2021 — The WWAMI Medical Education Program on the University of Wyoming campus has welcomed 20 new future physicians, marking its 24th class of medical students.

Fourth Annual Wyoming Blockchain Stampede Sept. 21-26 at UW

August 26, 2021 — A global community of developers, entrepreneurs, legal experts, legislators, researchers, educators and students will attend the fourth annual Wyoming Blockchain Stampede, featuring the Wyohackathon, Sept. 21-26 at the University of Wyoming.

night photo of lit windows from outside Full-Dome Movies Dominate UW Planetarium Lineup During September

August 26, 2021 — An afternoon or evening at the movies appears to be the programming theme at the University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium during September.

marching band forming the letter W on a football field UW’s ‘Bringing the Thunder’ Event to Hit Casper Sept. 17

August 26, 2021 — Casper, something big is headed your way. And you may even hear it approaching.

Jacy Busboom, Nathan Linton, Rene Mendez and Reid Olson UW Students Receive DOE Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships

August 25, 2021 — A current University of Wyoming student and two recent UW graduates had the opportunity to work in a professional laboratory setting this summer, with each contributing to a unique research experience. And another UW graduate recently began his internship.

UW’s EORI Publishes Report on Mowry Shale Thermal Maturity Mapping

August 25, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) has completed a map of thermal maturity of the Mowry Shale in the Powder River Basin.

Applications Open for Fisher Innovation Launchpad Sponsored by UW’s IMPACT 307

August 24, 2021 — University of Wyoming students have another opportunity to take their ideas from the dorm room to the boardroom through the Fisher Innovation Launchpad (FIL).

multiple paintings of birds Art of Hybridization Workshop, Art Show Scheduled at UW

August 24, 2021 — A hybridization workshop and art show are scheduled later this week at the University of Wyoming.

UW Students, Employees Also Eligible for Community Vaccination Incentive Program

August 24, 2021 — University of Wyoming students and employees have more opportunities to receive cash and prizes for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

UW Student Wins Tuition, Fees Grand Prize for Reporting Vaccination

August 24, 2021 — An undergraduate student in political science from Virginia will receive up to $4,500 in tuition and fees after winning the first grand prize in a drawing for UW students who’ve reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

head photo of a woman UW’s Hickman Named 2021 Mary Garland Early Career Fellowship Recipient

August 24, 2021 — Barbara Hickman, an assistant professor in the University of Wyoming College of Education, has been named the recipient of the 2021 Mary Garland Early Career Fellowship.

COVID Confirmatory Tests Require Appointments

August 23, 2021 — University of Wyoming employees and students who’ve been notified that they’re part of pools testing positive for COVID-19 must schedule appointments for confirmatory tests.

Required UW Testing Finds 42 COVID Cases; Survey Indicates Strong Majority Vaccinated

August 23, 2021 — A total of 42 University of Wyoming students and employees so far have tested positive for COVID-19 in required testing to start the fall semester, with a test positivity rate of 1.19 percent.

UW Faculty Members Can Be Added to Experts List

August 23, 2021 — University of Wyoming Institutional Communications is looking to expand its UW faculty expert list.

UW Faculty Members Encouraged to Submit Papers for Release in Advance

August 23, 2021 — University of Wyoming faculty members who have upcoming research papers that will be published in the following journals -- Nature, Science or the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences -- are encouraged to let UW Institutional Communications know well in advance.

logo UW Homecoming Parade Applications Available Now

August 23, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Alumni Association (UWAA) is now accepting applications for the 2021 UW Homecoming parade.

photo portrait of a woman UW Lecturer to Use Amazon’s Alexa Flash Briefings to Drive UW Student Success, Engagement

August 23, 2021 — “Alexa, play today’s flash briefing for EDEX 5720.”

UW Libraries’ Complimentary Access to The Washington Post Now Easier Off Campus

August 23, 2021 — University of Wyoming community members now have more options to access a free subscription to The Washington Post.

UW Town-Hall Meeting Tuesday

August 23, 2021 — Members of the University of Wyoming community will hear from President Ed Seidel and Provost and Executive Vice President Kevin Carman as they discuss academic program reorganization and other topics of importance to UW during a virtual town-hall meeting Tuesday, Aug. 24, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

logo UW Nordic Ski Team to Host ‘Trash 2 Treasures’ Fundraiser Aug. 28

August 20, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Nordic ski team’s annual “Trash 2 Treasures” fundraiser is Saturday, Aug. 28, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Summit View Parking Lot east of War Memorial Stadium.

three people standing in front of an older brick building Three UW Faculty Members Research Wyoming History in Developmental Disability Care

August 19, 2021 — Three University of Wyoming College of Health Sciences faculty members were awarded funding through the Equality State Research Network to develop a partnership with the Wyoming Life Resource Center (WLRC) in Lander.

Federal Grant to Assist Wyoming Entrepreneurs With Research and Development

August 18, 2021 — The Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, based at the University of Wyoming, has received a $125,000 grant to provide specialized training, mentoring and technical assistance for research and development-focused small businesses.

Mandatory Testing Begins at UW, Continues Through Sunday

August 18, 2021 — More than 2,500 University of Wyoming employees and students submitted saliva samples for required COVID-19 testing today (Wednesday), with at least four more days of testing planned for those who schedule online.

UW Town-Hall Meeting Aug. 24

August 18, 2021 — Members of the University of Wyoming community will hear from President Ed Seidel and Provost and Executive Vice President Kevin Carman as they discuss academic program reorganization and other topics of importance to UW during a virtual town-hall meeting Tuesday, Aug. 24, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at UW This Week

August 17, 2021 — University of Wyoming students and employees will have opportunities to receive COVID-19 vaccines on campus starting Wednesday, Aug. 18.

woman standing outside UW Haub School Undergraduate Is Lead Author of New Study Characterizing Ecological Role of American Badgers

August 17, 2021 — A recent graduate of the University of Wyoming’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources is the lead author of a new study that explores the ecological role of American badgers.

Application Period Open for Fifth Annual Sheridan Start-Up Challenge

August 16, 2021 — Kickoff for the 2021 Sheridan Start-Up Challenge begins today (Monday) with the opening of the application period.

Applications Now Accepted for 2021-22 UW Academic Writing Fellows Program

August 16, 2021 — Members of the University of Wyoming community who seek to increase their scholarly writing productivity in a community-based environment can apply now to the UW Academic Writing Fellows program (UWAWF).

Household Item Giveaway for UW International Students Aug. 21

August 16, 2021 — The annual household item giveaway for international students attending the University of Wyoming is scheduled Saturday, Aug. 21, in the parking and circle drive area south of the Cheney International Center.

Masks Required Where Distancing Not Possible Indoors on UW Campus

August 16, 2021 — With some exceptions, masks are required inside most University of Wyoming buildings where 6-foot social distancing isn’t possible through at least Sept. 20, under a policy that takes effect today (Monday).

billboard with family on one side and words on the other side UW Extension Campaign Seeks to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

August 16, 2021 — An effort by University of Wyoming Extension and Wyoming 2-1-1 to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates in Wyoming is appealing to the state’s individualism -- but also its reputation for neighbors looking out for neighbors.

UW Psychology Center Has New Name, Offers More Services

August 16, 2021 — The Psychology Center for Training in Assessment, Treatment and Clinical Research at the University of Wyoming has expanded its services to assist more UW students and community members.

Drawing Aug. 23 for Grand Prize in UW Student Vaccination Reporting Program

August 13, 2021 — One University of Wyoming student who has reported being vaccinated for COVID-19 will win up to $4,500 in tuition and fees for the fall semester in a drawing Monday, Aug. 23.

Required COVID Testing for UW Community Scheduled Aug. 18-22

August 13, 2021 — All University of Wyoming employees and students who will spend any time on campus this fall are required to be tested for COVID-19 in the next week, following action by the UW Board of Trustees.

UW School of Energy Resources Launches New Minor in Energy Resource Management

August 12, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources (SER) will offer a new minor in energy resource management (ERM) starting this fall.

UW’s IMPACT 307 to Host New Lunch and Learn Series Webinar Aug. 25

August 12, 2021 — IMPACT 307, a University of Wyoming program, will host “Intellectual Property Considerations for Startups,” a new “Lunch and Learn” series webinar event Wednesday, Aug. 25, from noon-1 p.m.

UW Moves Forward With Fall Semester Plan, Indoor Mask Requirement

August 11, 2021 — The University of Wyoming is proceeding with a traditional fall 2021 semester while taking steps to manage COVID-19 amid an increase in cases locally and nationally.

mule deer in field near road UW Researchers Lead Study of Chronic Wasting Disease in Mule Deer

August 11, 2021 — Diseases affect survival and reproduction in wildlife, but documenting the influence of diseases on evolution in wild populations is challenging. A group of University of Wyoming researchers presents evidence that chronic wasting disease is driving evolution in mule deer.

UW Student from Colorado Wins Football Pregame Access Pass for Reporting COVID Vaccination

August 11, 2021 — A sophomore nursing major from Colorado Springs, Colo., will get a close-up look at the pregame festivities of a University of Wyoming football game after winning the fifth in a series of weekly drawings for UW students who’ve reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

someone's hand by a fish fossil in rock UW’s Vietti Leads Student Expedition into Four Kemmerer Fossil Fish Quarries

August 11, 2021 — Laura Vietti recently took some of her students on a trip back in time to Wyoming’s Green River Formation, where Eocene-era fish once swam; bats and birds flew; and giant mammals and crocodiles roamed.

logo UW Alumni Association Accepts Information Items for Homecoming Schedule

August 9, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Alumni Association (UWAA) is gathering information for the 2021 Homecoming schedule.

UW Employee of the Quarter Reception Wednesday

August 9, 2021 — A reception to honor the two 2021 University of Wyoming Staff Employee of the Quarter recipients is at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 11, in the Wyoming Union Family Room.

UW Libraries Names Alternative Textbook Grant Recipients

August 9, 2021 — University of Wyoming Libraries recently awarded alternative textbook grants to two faculty members to implement open educational resources (OER) in their classes this fall.

man in the woods with fawn UW’s Monteith Honored by Pope & Young Club for Wildlife Research

August 9, 2021 — Kevin Monteith, an associate professor and Wyoming Excellence Chair in the University of Wyoming’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, recently received the Pope & Young Club’s Lee Gladfelter Memorial Award.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet Wednesday Via Teleconference

August 6, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will consider UW’s COVID-19 plans for the fall semester and state funding requests for the next fiscal year during the board’s regular teleconference meeting Wednesday, Aug. 11.

UW Campus Commuter Bus Route Temporarily Suspended

August 6, 2021 — Beginning Monday, Aug. 9, University of Wyoming Transportation Services will temporarily suspend the Campus Commuter bus route due to staffing shortages. Service on the Campus Commuter will resume later this fall.

person suspended on lines going down into cave UW Researcher Collects Sediment from Natural Trap Cave to Study Past Climate Conditions

August 6, 2021 — Much like an ancient bighorn sheep or a woolly mammoth from the Pleistocene era, Ioana Stefanescu stood at the edge of the Natural Trap Cave -- an 85-foot-deep cavern in northern Wyoming that contains a graveyard of mammal fossils dating from 12,000 to 23,000 years ago.

UW Social Media Coordinator Wins Drawing for Reporting COVID Vaccination

August 6, 2021 — Hannah Ellis, social media coordinator in UW Institutional Marketing, is the latest winner of a University of Wyoming employee prize drawing for reporting being vaccinated for COVID-19.

UW’s Big Event Laramie Community Service Program Oct. 9

August 6, 2021 — A year after being canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, the University of Wyoming’s eighth annual The Big Event returns to the Laramie community Saturday, Oct. 9.

UW Energy Resources Council to Meet Aug. 20

August 5, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council (ERC) will meet at 7:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 20, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Laramie. The regular meeting will be offered in person and also by Zoom.

UW President Highlights Research, Innovation Efforts Before Senate Committee

August 5, 2021 — Members of a U.S. Senate committee heard about the University of Wyoming’s efforts to drive energy innovation and economic development from UW President Ed Seidel during a hearing today (Thursday) in Washington, D.C.

head photo of a man UW Professor’s Research on Ethical Electronic Monitoring of Employees Receives National Award

August 5, 2021 — A University of Wyoming faculty member and four colleagues’ research that examines the effect of electronically monitoring employees was selected as the top paper for practical impact by the Organizational Behavior (OB) Division of the Academy of Management.

UW Seeks Input, Forms Committees to Advise on Academic Restructuring, Other Changes

August 5, 2021 — The University of Wyoming is moving forward with the process to gather input on proposed reconfigurations and reductions of academic programs that are part of a plan outlined to the UW Board of Trustees last month.

UW President to Testify Before US Senate Committee Thursday

August 4, 2021 — University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel will testify before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Thursday, Aug. 5, in the nation’s capital.

man standing in front of a research vehicle UW School of Energy Resources Student Conducts Fieldwork in Mobile Air Quality Lab

August 4, 2021 — Isaac Boettcher, an Idaho Falls, Idaho, senior in the School of Energy Resources (SER), recently conducted fieldwork to survey methane emissions as part of an internship with the Center for Air Quality (CAQ) at the University of Wyoming.

UW Students from Lander, Gillette Win Cash, Parking Pass for Reporting COVID Vaccination

August 4, 2021 — A senior history major from Lander is the fourth winner of a $300 prize in a weekly drawing for UW students who have reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

Nominations Open for Wyoming Business Hall of Fame

August 3, 2021 — Nominations for the 2021 class of the Wyoming Business Hall of Fame are now being accepted. The deadline to submit nominations is Wednesday, Sept. 1.

UW’s EORI Publishes StoryMap Illustrating ‘Wyoming is CCUS Ready!’

August 3, 2021 — The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) at the University of Wyoming has published a “Wyoming is CCUS Ready!” StoryMap that highlights the state’s leadership in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in order to meet midcentury net-negative carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions goals.

man sitting on top of rocks with a whiteboard Lava Lamp Tectonics: UW Professor Suggests Giant Blobs of Subducted Sediment Float Up Through Deep Earth

August 2, 2021 — A University of Wyoming professor has used computer modeling to propose that sand and mud subducted off the coast of California around 75 million years ago returned to the Earth’s crust by rising up through the mantle as enormous diapirs, like blobs in a lava lamp.

man in legal robes US Supreme Court Justice to Visit UW College of Law Sept. 16

August 2, 2021 — United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch will visit the University of Wyoming College of Law and campus with a free public talk at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16.

Maxine Chisholm Megan Degenfelder Myron Gnall Anne Mason Jennifer Nevins Jørgen Waaler Tiffany Young UW Alumni Association to Present Seven Alumni Awards to Graduates

August 2, 2021 — Seven University of Wyoming graduates will be honored with UW Alumni Association (UWAA) awards Friday, Sept. 17.

Ed Seidel, Bryan Berryhill and Jamie Reed McElhaney ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration Aug. 16 in Lusk

August 2, 2021 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Monday, Aug. 16, in Lusk.

Ed Seidel, Joe Jensen and Jim Neiman ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration Aug. 17 in Crook County

August 2, 2021 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Tuesday, Aug. 17, in Crook County.

photos of dome being constructed UW Extension Assists with Geodesic Dome Greenhouse on Crook County Fairgrounds

July 30, 2021 — Combine a bunch of triangles, and you will mix youths and adults and produce something good for the body -- and, just maybe, the soul.

night sky with meteor falling UW Planetarium Programs Focus on Perseid Meteor Shower, Pluto During August

July 29, 2021 — The Perseid meteor shower and Pluto are two celestial subjects that will highlight the schedule at the University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium during August.

UW Student from Jackson Wins Football Pregame Access Pass for Reporting COVID Vaccination

July 29, 2021 — A senior kinesiology major from Jackson will get a close-up look at the pregame festivities of a University of Wyoming football game after winning the third in a series of weekly drawings for UW students who’ve reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

UW Summer High School Institute Hosts Two Sessions

July 29, 2021 — A program for talented rising juniors and seniors returned to the University of Wyoming campus this summer with two separate sessions because last year’s annual Summer High School Institute (HSI) was canceled due to the pandemic.

UW Wool Throw Sales Begin, Funds to Benefit State’s Sheep Industry

July 29, 2021 — Sales from the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources wool throw project will be sown back into the state’s sheep industry.

UW Medical Students to Conduct Public Health Survey

July 27, 2021 — University of Wyoming medical students will travel Wyoming in August to interview those who are at-risk and underrepresented in public health to create situation-unique solutions to increase health care access across the state.

UW President Ed Seidel’s Statement on Death of Sen. Mike Enzi

July 27, 2021 — University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel has issued the following statement regarding the death of former U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi:

UW President Seidel to Host Receptions for Staff Employees of the Quarter

July 27, 2021 — University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel will host two separate receptions for the four 2020 and the two 2021 Staff Employees of the Quarter.

UW Professor’s Internationally Acclaimed Book Now Available in Second Edition

July 27, 2021 — It has been 25 years since University of Wyoming Professor Peter Nathanielsz’s widely acclaimed book, “Life Before Birth: The Challenges of Fetal Development,” was first published.

UW Researchers: Emphasize Personal Health Benefits of COVID-19 Vaccination

July 27, 2021 — Messages emphasizing the personal health benefits of COVID-19 vaccines have the best chance of increasing vaccination levels across the nation, according to research conducted by University of Wyoming economists.

UW Trustees Budget Committee to Meet July 28, Aug. 9

July 27, 2021 — The Biennium Budget Committee of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 28, and 3:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 9, via teleconference.

UW Campus Master Plan Wins Honorable Mention from International Group

July 26, 2021 — A new 20-year master plan for the University of Wyoming campus has been recognized by the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP).

UW Extension’s Communications Office Receives National Honors

July 26, 2021 — Members of the Communications and Technology team in University of Wyoming Extension received national recognition during the recent virtual Association for Communication Excellence conference.

woman standing on plains in front of mountains UW-Led Research Finds Body Size, Digestive Systems Shape Ungulate Foraging

July 26, 2021 — Research led by a University of Wyoming graduate student involving about 50 scientists from across the globe has provided new insights into the behavior of ungulates (hoofed animals) as it relates to forage conditions and water availability.

UW Libraries Partners with Wyoming Libraries to Offer Free Access to Language-Learning Resources

July 26, 2021 — University of Wyoming Libraries has partnered with the Wyoming State Library and county libraries to provide free access to Pronunciator, the world’s most comprehensive language-learning service.

head photo of a woman UW Research Scientist Appointed to Wyoming Board of Professional Geologists

July 26, 2021 — A research scientist in the University of Wyoming’s Department of Geology and Geophysics has been named to the Governing Board of Wyoming’s Board of Professional Geologists.

man standing outside UW Student from Worland Invited to View Launch of Capsule Headed to International Space Station

July 26, 2021 — University of Wyoming student Aaron Vigil, of Worland, is among 50 NASA interns scheduled to watch the live launch of the Boeing Starliner Friday, July 30, as part of an unmanned flight to the International Space Station. Liftoff is at 2:53 p.m. EDT -- from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

Ed Seidel, Dean Clower and Jeb Schenck ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration Aug. 10 in Thermopolis

July 26, 2021 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Tuesday, Aug. 10, in Thermopolis.

Ed Seidel, Lance Goede and Josey Stender ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Celebration Aug. 9 in Riverton

July 26, 2021 — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys” celebration Monday, Aug. 9, in Fremont County.

UW Student from Colorado Wins $300 for Reporting COVID Vaccination

July 22, 2021 — A junior accounting major from Windsor, Colo., is the second winner of a $300 prize in a weekly drawing for University of Wyoming students who’ve reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

three students standing together ‘Cowboy Comeback’ Welcomes UW Sophomores Back to Campus

July 22, 2021 — Freshmen who began their University of Wyoming careers in fall 2020 went through a year no one could have predicted -- and missed out on a traditional college year. Now, UW will offer a free event to recreate the excitement and anticipation of the first-time college experience for those students.

UW’s International Studies Program Receives Department of Defense Grant for ROTC Students to Study Abroad

July 20, 2021 — A University of Wyoming program that teaches Arabic and Middle East studies is the recipient of a U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) award to support Arabic training for ROTC students at home and abroad.

woman working with lab equipment Chandelle Macdonald Named UW Employee of Second Quarter

July 19, 2021 — A laboratory technician in a complex technical analytical facility -- who is a stickler for quality detail, with a strong reputation domestically and internationally, according to colleagues -- is the recipient of the University of Wyoming’s Staff Employee of the Second Quarter Award.

man standing with two horses New Director of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Joins UW

July 19, 2021 — The new director of the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station (WAES) recently joined the University of Wyoming’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

UW McNair Scholars to Present Research July 26

July 19, 2021 — Sixteen undergraduate students will present meaningful individual work during the University of Wyoming’s 29th annual McNair Scholars Research Symposium Monday, July 26.

UW Collaborator Educational Health Center of Wyoming Has New Executive Leadership

July 16, 2021 — A new CEO has been named to the federally qualified health center (FQHC) system that collaborates with the University of Wyoming’s Family Medicine Residency Programs in Cheyenne and Casper, and the Albany Community Health Clinic in Laramie.

UW Student from Rock Springs Wins $300 for Reporting COVID Vaccination

July 16, 2021 — A senior elementary art education major from Rock Springs is the winner of the University of Wyoming’s first drawing for students who have reported being vaccinated for COVID-19.

photos of a watermelon about to be dropped and smashed on the sidewalk after dropping Middle School Students Learn About Science, Space at UW’s Windy Ridge Foundation Astro Camp

July 15, 2021 — A few select middle school students were given a unique problem to solve: determine the height of the University of Wyoming’s Physical Sciences Building by measuring the speed at which a tennis ball, wooden ball and even a watermelon fall from the structure’s roof.

UW Trustees Give Green Light to Development of School of Computing

July 15, 2021 — The University of Wyoming will begin the study and planning for a new School of Computing, following action by the UW Board of Trustees Wednesday.

New UW Extension Publication Helps Connect Consumers, Local Food Producers

July 14, 2021 — A University of Wyoming Extension publication promotes the local food movement across Wyoming, connecting consumers with producers, according to its authors.

group of teens watching an adult demonstrate something Students Study What Makes Planets Habitable at UW’s Teton STEM Academy

July 14, 2021 — Twenty-five high school students from across Wyoming and one from Colorado worked in teams to determine whether planets near different-colored stars could actually be habitable. To help make that determination, the students participated in an experiment using radiometers, which measure light, to record the outer and inner limits of habitability around different types of stars.

UW Proposes Transformation in Light of Budget Reductions, Changing Needs

July 13, 2021 — Aiming to better serve Wyoming, adjust to economic shifts and respond to a changing higher-education landscape, the University of Wyoming is pursuing a transformation of its academic programs to propel new and ongoing initiatives and to deal with budget cuts.

UW Parking Permits Available for Purchase Starting Today

July 12, 2021 — University of Wyoming employee parking permits for 2021-22 will be available for purchase beginning today (Monday).

head photo of a man UW Tardigrade Research to Begin on International Space Station

July 12, 2021 — Tiny creatures from University of Wyoming laboratories hitched a ride in a freezer on SpaceX CRS-22 and were delivered to the International Space Station, where they await to show off their strength.

head photo of a man Jackson Hole Area Sagebrush Restoration Topic of UW’s Harlow Seminar July 15

July 9, 2021 — Restoration of the sagebrush steppe ecosystem in the Jackson Hole area is the topic of the latest free public discussion of the University of Wyoming’s Harlow Summer Seminars program Thursday, July 15, in Jackson.

New Grant Targets Assistance to Energy Sector Small Businesses and Displaced Workers in Wyoming

July 9, 2021 — The Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network recently received a Portable Assistance Grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to provide technical and advising assistance to Wyoming small businesses affected by the economic downturn in the energy industry.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet July 14-16 in Torrington

July 9, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will hear proposals for academic restructuring, new initiatives and budget reductions/reallocations during a meeting Wednesday through Friday, July 14-16, in Torrington.

person receiving a vaccine UW Students Can Win Prizes of Up to a Semester’s Tuition and Fees for Reporting Vaccinations

July 9, 2021 — University of Wyoming students who report being fully vaccinated for COVID-19 have an opportunity to win a semester’s tuition and fees, along with other prizes, including cash, a campus parking pass, pregame football sideline passes and dinner with President Ed Seidel.

three photos of dancers performing and rehearsing UW’s Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival Celebrates 25th Anniversary

July 9, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this month with a 10-day intensive of professional-level training and performance opportunities for participants ages 12 through adult.

five men in a row near a wall Shawn Hess, Country Skillet to Perform at UW Summer Concert Series July 14

July 8, 2021 — Local musicians Shawn Hess and The Country Skillet Band will perform Wednesday, July 14, as part of the University of Wyoming’s Summer Concert Series. The event is free and open to the public.

UW Professors Produce Report on Denver Probation Revocations

July 8, 2021 — Two University of Wyoming Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology professors produced a report on transforming probation using Denver, Colo., as the target of their study.

UW School of Energy Resources to Host Public CarbonSAFE Project Program in Gillette Aug. 3

July 8, 2021 — The University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources’ (SER) Center for Economic Geology Research (CEGR) -- along with Basin Electric Power Cooperative -- will host a public outreach meeting at the Integrated Test Center at Dry Fork Station in Gillette at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3.

head photo of a woman UW’s Chapman Named President of Wyoming Chapter of Social Workers

July 8, 2021 — Billie Chapman, the University of Wyoming’s Division of Social Work field education director, recently was appointed president of the Wyoming chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

University of Wyoming Spring Semester Graduates: Nonresident

July 7, 2021 — The University of Wyoming accorded degrees upon the following nonresident students at the completion of the 2021 spring semester.

University of Wyoming Spring Semester Graduates: Resident

July 7, 2021 — The University of Wyoming accorded degrees upon the following students from Wyoming at the completion of the 2021 spring semester.

UW’s WIND Partners with Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado and Wyoming

July 7, 2021 — The Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) at the University of Wyoming has partnered with the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado and Wyoming.

UW’s Farrell Rapp Named to Inaugural Class of ‘Future of the Field’ Honorees

July 6, 2021 — Farrell Rapp, director of research services in the University of Wyoming’s Office of Research and Economic Development, has been selected to the Society of Research Administrators International’s (SRAI) inaugural class of “Future of the Field” honorees.

Wyoming Public Media Wins Four National Awards

July 6, 2021 — Wyoming Public Media (WPM) has won four Public Media Journalists Association (PMJA) national awards.

Grizzly Bear Recovery Topic of UW’s Harlow Summer Seminars in Jackson July 8

July 1, 2021 — Recovery and the high rates of human-caused mortality among grizzly bears in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem (GYE) are the topic of the second seminar of the University of Wyoming’s Harlow Summer Seminars program Thursday, July 8, in Jackson.

people in hardhats, tools and backpacks walking in mountins UW to Launch New Master’s Degree in Environment, Natural Resources and Society

June 30, 2021 — A new master’s degree program that prepares students to become collaborative, interdisciplinary leaders in environmental and natural resource fields will launch this fall, following action by the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

UW’s Myers Receives $240,000 DOE Grant to Fund Research

June 30, 2021 — A University of Wyoming faculty member has received a $240,000 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant that will be used to determine how to schedule observations of spectra of more than 30 million galaxies to be able to study dark energy.

three men standing together with the middle one holding a plaque Student of Year Honor Awarded to UW Engineering Doctoral Candidate

June 29, 2021 — Anas Alrejjal, a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, from Amman, Jordan, received an award for his work in transportation research.

UW Announces Independence Day Closures

June 28, 2021 — Most University of Wyoming administrative offices will be closed, and classes will be dismissed Monday, July 5, for Independence Day -- which falls on a Sunday this year.

UW Parking Permits Available Starting July 12

June 28, 2021 — University of Wyoming employee parking permits for 2021-22 will be available for purchase beginning Monday, July 12.

UW Selects First Recipients of Grand Challenges Initiative Planning Grants

June 28, 2021 — Five collaborative projects aimed at providing multidimensional benefits to the University of Wyoming and the state are moving forward with funding from a new program in UW’s Office of Research and Economic Development.

New WYO BIO Innovation Summit in Casper Aug. 12-13

June 25, 2021 — Advance Casper, Natrona County’s economic development organization, will host the first WYO BIO Innovation Summit at Casper College Thursday, Aug. 12, and Friday, Aug. 13. The summit is a joint project of the University of Wyoming, Advance Casper, IMPACT 307, Casper College and many other partners throughout Wyoming.

photo of a woman UW College of Agriculture Grads Find Growth Opportunities in Job Market

June 25, 2021 — Recent spring graduates in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming have discovered job market opportunities during COVID-era restrictions.

UW Plans Events to Welcome First-Time Students to Campus for Fall Semester

June 25, 2021 — The University of Wyoming has planned a number of in-person activities to welcome first-time and transfer students as it prepares for a traditional fall 2021 semester.

UW President Seidel to Host Lunch July 1 in Prexy’s Pasture

June 25, 2021 — Members of the University of Wyoming community are invited to have lunch with President Ed Seidel Thursday, July 1, in Prexy’s Pasture.

elephant UW Researchers: Elephants Solve Problems with Personality

June 25, 2021 — Just as humans have their own individual personalities, new research in the Journal of Comparative Psychology shows that elephants have personalities, too. Moreover, an elephant’s personality may play an important role in how well that elephant can solve novel problems.

UW’s IMPACT 307 to Host Business Webinar June 28-29

June 24, 2021 — IMPACT 307, a University of Wyoming program, will host “START 307,” a two-day business tutorial webinar event, Monday, June 28, and Tuesday, June 29, from 4-6 p.m. David Bohling, director of IMPACT Laramie, will present the webinar.

Two from UW Recently Receive CRA Credentials

June 23, 2021 — Two employees in the University of Wyoming’s Office of Research and Economic Development recently received the designation of certified research administrator (CRA) from the Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC).

astronaut and U.S. flag on the surface of the moon UW Planetarium to Celebrate 1969 Historic Moon Landing with Programs in July

June 23, 2021 — The moon will take center stage in July, with no less than three programs focused on the subject at the University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium.

black and white photo of a man with a guitar Pat Reedy and His Band to Perform at UW Summer Concert Series June 23

June 22, 2021 — New Orleans musician Pat Reedy and his band, the Longtime Goners, will perform Wednesday, June 23, as part of the University of Wyoming’s Summer Concert Series. The event is free and open to the public.

five pictures of people participating in rodeo events Both UW Teams Eighth at College National Finals Rodeo

June 21, 2021 — Both University of Wyoming teams placed eighth in the final standings Saturday at the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) in Casper.

Mohamed Ahmed, Dario Grana, Scott Henkel and Kevin Monteith UW Professors Named Wyoming Excellence Chairs

June 21, 2021 — The University of Wyoming has recognized the exceptional scholarship and teaching of four UW professors by naming them Wyoming Excellence Chairs.

UW to Move to New COVID-19 Testing Program in July

June 21, 2021 — The University of Wyoming will move to a new COVID-19 testing program starting the week of July 5 as part of the summer plan approved by the university’s Board of Trustees.

Webb Named UW Acting AVP of Business Enterprises

June 21, 2021 — In an effort to better serve students, staff and faculty, the University of Wyoming is merging Housing, Dining, Transit and Parking, Catering, the University Store, Jacoby Golf Course, Real Estate, and the Copy and Print Center under one umbrella -- UW Business Enterprises.

UW, University of Texas-Austin Study Barriers to Carbon Capture, Use, Storage

June 18, 2021 — A University of Wyoming economist has joined colleagues from the University of Texas-Austin (UT) for a major study of economic and political barriers related to carbon capture, use and storage.

Two men take measurements in Grand Teton National Park. UW Professor Contributes to Study of How Animals Adapt Habitats to Climate Change

June 18, 2021 — Birds build nests to keep eggs and baby nestlings warm during cool weather, but also make adjustments in nest insulation in such a way the little ones can keep cool in very hot conditions. Mammals, such as rabbits or groundhogs, sleep or hibernate in underground burrows that provide stable, moderate temperatures and avoid above-ground conditions that often are far more extreme outside the burrow.

UW rodeo team member gets his rope on a calf in the arena. UW’s Seth Peterson Ties for Top Calf Roping Time of Entire CNFR

June 18, 2021 — It came out of nowhere, and Seth Peterson says it even shocked him.

Two female UW students rehearse a scence from a play. UW’s Snowy Range Summer Theatre Opens with One-Act Comedies

June 18, 2021 — The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance’s 2021 Snowy Range Summer Theatre season opens with its first public, in-person, socially distanced, live theater production since spring 2020.

headshot of man UW’s Tim Robinson Chosen for Fulbright Specialist Program

June 18, 2021 — Tim Robinson has spent the past eight years at the University of Wyoming focusing his attention on medical education. As he transitions back to the faculty as a full professor in the UW Department of Mathematics and Statistics come July 1, he sees his penchant for administration and numbers helping him in another new role.

Greater Yellowstone Climate Assessment Discussion Opens UW’s Harlow Summer Seminars in Jackson

June 17, 2021 — Key findings from the Greater Yellowstone Climate Assessment will be presented to kick off the University of Wyoming’s 2021 Harlow Summer Seminars in Jackson.

UW’s Chadron Coffield Second in Steer Wrestling Halfway Through Third Round

June 17, 2021 — The University of Wyoming’s Chadron Coffield didn’t have the words to describe what he was thinking when his steer quickly got away from him during Wednesday’s bulldogging competition at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper.

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