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UW in the News

March 7, 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.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted UW Economics Professor Timothy Considine in an article that examined the need to tap into the nation's strategic oil reserves.

USA Today quoted UW Economics Professor Rob Godby in an article about the state's population growth.

The Sacramento Bee is among publications that quote UW researcher Seth Newsome in an article about the presence of kit foxes in California's urban areas.

The Billings Gazette was among news outlets that carried feature stories about the concerns of UW's students from Libya.

Health Systems Pharmacy News discusses the valuable experiences offered to UW Pharmacy students serving experiential rotations in Powell, in an article about rural hospitals.

The Casper Star Tribune published a feature about experiences offered to students in the new UW College of Business trading room.

The Casper Star Tribune ran a feature article about UW's clean coal research efforts and the projects that received funding through the Clean Coal Task Force.

UW Cooperative Extension Service Educator Sandra Frost, in the regional agricultural publication, Western Farmer Stockman, tells producers how to take advantage of higher demand for malt barley and confectionary sunflower seed.

The Colorado Springs Gazette published an article that mentioned UW Professor Seth Ward's participation in a conference on the history and role of Spanish-descent Jews in the American Southwest.

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. 

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