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UW in the News


February 28, 2011 — State, national and international media frequently feature the University of Wyoming and members of its community in stories. Here is a summary of some of the recent articles where UW is making the news.

Several news, science and health Web sites worldwide, including MSNBC, carried a story about depressed mothers’ responses to their crying babies, a research effort led by Heidemarie K. Laurent, who is now an assistant professor in the UW Department of Psychology.

US News and World Report cites a UW cookbook in an article on six ways to eat well for less.

UW research to understand the devastating Chronic Wasting Disease was the focus of a feature article in the Casper Star Tribune.

The Gillette News Record was among publications that carried an Associated Press science feature on polar bear research conducted by UW scientists.

A proposed UW agricultural facility near the Sheridan College campus was the topic of an article in the Wyoming Business Report.

The Wyoming Business Report published a release promoting April's Business Leadership Institute, co-sponsored by the UW College of Business.

The Casper Star Tribune ran a UW press release photo of the Department of Music's Jacoby Competition winner.

The Billings Gazette published an article about a panel discussion on China's position in world energy development. Panel members included Political Science Professor Jean Garrison, director of international studies, and Mark Northam, director of the School of Energy Resources. 

UW Director of Admissions Noah Buckley's OpEd on the importance of meeting application deadlines appeared in the Casper Star Tribune.


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